European Association of Exploration Geophysicists (EAEG)
Association européenne des géophysiciens d'exploration
1951-12 The Hague Netherlands
Dec 1951, The Hague (Netherlands). Ceased to exist, 1 Jan 1995, on merger with H-XD2009 - European Association of Petroleum Geoscientists and Engineers (EAPG), when became the Geophysical Division of the new D-XD4765 - European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers (EAGE).
Promote the science of exploration geophysics by establishing contacts and encouraging cooperation and fellowship among geophysicists in Europe and elsewhere, and by disseminating knowledge of the science through the agency of regular meetings and courses and publication of technical papers and journals.
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Meeting (annual). Council of 15, including: President; Vice-President; Past President; Secretary-Treasurer; Editor-in-Chief; Technical Programme Officer, these Officers comprising the Executive Committee. Committee on Publications; Awards Committee.
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