Association of European Geological Societies (AEGS)
Association européenne des sociétés géologiques
1987-10 Dubrovnik Yugoslavia
Oct 1987, Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia), at 5th Meeting of European Geological Societies (MEGS), when statutes were adopted. Current statutes adopted Dec 1991.
Identify geological problems of Europe as a whole; promote investigation and research; assist in promoting a unified understanding of geology, geophysics and geochemistry of the solid earth of Europe; promote collaboration among workers of different countries, geological societies and branches of earth sciences; increase public understanding of geological knowledge and its application in solving future economic, technological and social problems.
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