International Mineralogical Association (IMA)
1958-04-08 Madrid Spain
Statutes drafted at International Congress of Crystallography, Jul 1957, Montréal (Canada). Statutes modified: 5 Sep 2002; 27 Jul 2006; 26 Aug 2010; 3 Sep 2014.
Further international cooperation in the mineralogical sciences and include: (I) The promotion of intercourse among mineralogists of all nations by organizing meetings and field excursions and by sponsoring publications of mineralogical interest; (II) the maintenance of Commissions to examine and report on certain aspects of mineralogical practice and of committees to expedite other matters; (III) the participation in action with other international groups having mineralogical interests.
Events2022-07-17 | Lyon, France – Quadrennial General Meeting and Congress
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