IUGS Commission on Global Sedimentary Geology (C-GSG)
1987, as IUGS Commission on Global Sedimentology, in the framework of the Geology Program of A-XA2723 - International Union of Geological Sciences (IUGS), taking over the activities of IUGS Committee on Sedimentology, set up 1980. Also previously known as Global Sedimentary Geology Program (CGSG). Assume ceased to exist in 2002.
Extend understanding of history of earth, surficial processes, evolution of life and biotic influences on earth processes through global-scale research on sediments, sedimentary rocks and their contained organisms and remains; improve man's ability to find, produce and husband natural resources in sedimentary deposits; enhance practice of sedimentary geology through training, exchanges and cooperative research.
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Program Development Committee, comprising Chairman, Vice-Chairman and 6 members. Research Projects (3) led by co-convenors.
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