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Short course volume SC45
Cathodoluminescence and its
Application to Geoscience
Table of contents
This MAC Short Course volume will address both the theory behind the phenomenon of cathodoluminescence (CL) and the application of this microscopic technique to all fields of geoscience investigation.
Four Billion Years and Counting
Canada's Geological Heritage
A fascinating exploration of Canada's geology
for everyone intrigued by the landscape
and the vital connection between ourselves
and what lies beneath our feet.
||Special publication volume SP7|
Atlas of Non-Silicate Minerals
in Thin Section
$125, Student price $100, 20% discount for members
Review by Tony Nikischer published in Mineral News
Review by Reto Gieré published in Elements
Review by Daniel Kile published in Rocks & Minerals
This authoritative book contains an exhaustive compilation of information and bibliography on 408 minerals amenable to study with transmitted-light microscopy. A DVD containing all photos used in the Atlas is included as a resource for classroom use.
GAC-MAC meeting will be rolled into the 2015 Joint Assembly to be held in Montreal, May 3-7, 2015
The Joint Assembly will be the annual meeting for GAC-MAC-CGU as well as the spring meeting for AGU.
The meeting is fast approaching and the session proposal portal is now open at: http://ja.agu.org/2015/session-submissions/.
Deadline is: 5 November 2014, 11:59 EST.
Submit session-submissions/a session proposal today.
View the session proposal tutorial before beginning your submission.
For each session, two conveners (primary and co-convenor) are required and sessions can be co-listed between disciplines. Proposals can be made in English or French.
Visit the meeting website for the complete guidelines.
In the spirit of the Joint Assembly, sessions on multidisciplinary themes of interest to AGU, CGU, GAC and MAC members are particularly welcome.
If you have questions or issues, please do not hesitate to contact Bill Minarik, meeting MAC Lead Representative, or the Local Organizing committee LOC with questions or suggestions.
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