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The American Association of Petroleum Geologists invite you to join us for the AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition 20-23 May, 2018, in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

Visit booth #1400.

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Come visit us this week in booth #3005. Visit aam-us.com for more information.

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More than 24,000 attendees from 113 countries are expected to attend the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting.  The AGU Fall Meeting brings together leaders from academia, government, and the private sector to examine and discuss the latest research and scientific developments in earth and space science.



Booth #1735

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We look forward to highlighting the Indiana area geology as well as the wider world of geoscience research at the GSA 2018 Annual Meeting & Exposition in Indianapolis.

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Vertebrate Paleontology Show

The 78th Annual Meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology will be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico October 17-20, 2018.

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Exhibit at MuseumExpo, the largest gathering of museum professionals, and connect with high-level decision-makers such as directors, curators, financial officers, exhibit design professionals, educators and registrars.

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The Globemakers: Craft with a Modern Spin from Great Big Story on Vimeo.

Bellerby & Co. makes beautiful globes, but can take up to an entire year (or more) to make a hand-crafted, hand-painted, globe. Check out our shop, and order a Real World Globe today.

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Joe Roubal the Globe Genius

Real World Globes GSA booth in Seattle Oct 2017. Joe Roubal is the globe genius - He builds the 30” globes.

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American Geophysical Union (AGU) Meeting 2018

The largest Earth and space science meeting in the world is heading to New Orleans, Louisiana. Discover the city with us – enjoy world-renowned cuisine, immerse yourself in New Orleans’ unique culture, and explore one of the most vital scientific ecosystems.

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What happens when you discover a dinosaur? Paleontologist Kenneth Lacovara details his unearthing of Dreadnoughtus—a 77-million-year-old sauropod that was as tall as a two-story house and as heavy as a jumbo jet—and considers how amazingly improbable it is that a tiny mammal living in the cracks of the dinosaur world could evolve into a sentient being capable of understanding these magnificent creatures. Join him in a celebration of the Earth’s geological history and contemplate our place in deep time.

This talk was presented at an official TED conference, and was featured by our editors on the home page.

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