2nd Circular – Circulaire 2 IMPACT 14-18 Résumé : Le front de la Grande Guerre trop souvent représenté sous la forme d’une ligne, a fait l’objet d’approches spatiales (Plans directeurs, SIG, lidar) et environnementales novatrices,
14-18 La Terre et le Feu-1 – Link for book flier (in French) Thanks to those who passed this on to me for onward posting: The Association des Géologues du Bassin de Paris (AGBP), the
On behalf of the International Association for Military Geosciences, I am delighted to provide the First Call for ICMG19 – The 13th International Conference on Military Geosciences. ICMG19 – The 13th International Conference on Military
I have the great pleasure of congratulating our President, Cdr (Dr) Hennie Smit on the completion of his PhD degree. Cdr (Dr) Smit is a lecturer in Military Geography at the South African Military Academy.
Disputed Earth: Geology and the Western Front, 1914–1918 Guest Posting from Prof Peter Doyle, Profdoyle@btinternet.com www.peterdoylemilitaryhistory.com @profpeterdoyle Peter Doyle is a geologist and military historian who specialises in the understanding of military terrain, with reference to
Presented at the Capitalism and Morality Symposium, Vancouver, B.C., July 29, 2017, by Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp, MSc, CPG. Mickey is a Certified Professional Geologist with a BSc Earth Sciences with honor from the University