International Association of Sedimentologists (IAS)
Association internationale de sédimentologistes
Asociación Internacional de Sedimentólogos
1952 Algiers Algeria
Founded 1952, Algiers (Algeria), at International Geological Congress. Discussion for formation of the Association originated at first meeting of British sedimentary petrologists, headed by P Allen, after closing of the 18th International Geological Congress, London (UK). Statutes revised: 30 May 1963, Amsterdam (Netherlands); 11 Aug 1967, Reading (UK); 2 Sep 1971, Heidelberg (Germany FR); 8 Jul 1975, Nice (France); 30 Aug 2006, Fukuoka (Japan); 26 Sep 2010, Mendoza (Argentina); 18-22 Aug 2014, Geneva (Switzerland).
Promote sedimentology, especially by facilitating cooperative international research.
Events2021-06-21 | Prague, Czech Rep – Annual Regional Meeting
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