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Welcome to AESE

The Association of Earth Science Editors (AESE) is a group of individuals involved in selection, editing, and publication of manuscripts, books, journals, reports, and maps pertaining to the earth sciences. AESE provides a forum for the interchange of ideas that will lead to more effective dissemination of earth science information to the scientific community, educators and students, and the public.

What's New

Annual Meeting
October 8-10, 2014, Lexington, KY

NEW: The 48th annual meeting of the Association of Earth Science Editors will be in Lexington, Kentucky, and hosted by Meg Smath of the Kentucky Geological Survey. Technical talks will take place at the Survey and field trips include an examination of the stratigraphy of Camp Nelson, a Civil War depot, and how the geology of the area influenced the war; as well as a tour of the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill. Accommodations for the meeting have been reserved at the Spring Hill Suites, located near the Survey's offices on the University of Kentucky campus.

Technical talks will be held on October 8-10. AESE members and other interested persons are encouraged to give a talk or chair a session. Possible session topics include GIS and its application to publishing, public geoscience, research methods, general correspondence/writing styles, communication theory/understanding workplace communication, writing for mass media, and ethics of journalism and mass communication. Suggestions for other topics are welcome. Individual talks within a session will be 20 minutes.

If you are interested in presenting or have any session topic ideas please contact Karen MacFarlane, AESE vice president/technical program chair, at karen.macfarlane@gov.yk.ca or Meg Smath, host chair, at msmath@.uky.edu.

Jobs Bank - an employment information center for AESE members
Anyone wishing to advertise a Position Available in this AESE Jobs Bank may do so. There is a discounted fee for ads submitted by a member. For rates and terms click here.


Blueline - online quarterly publication

NEW: Highlights from the Fall 2012 / Summer 2013 issue of Blueline [pdf] (login required for full text)

In this issue:
From the president
Election set for AESE board
AESE annual meeting set in Tulsa October 10–13
Registration form
Field notes
Minutes from freelancers’ breakfast
AESE awards presented
Officers and directors
Committees and appointments
AESE news nuggets
AGI compares salaries
Pubs crawl
AESE 2012 session summaries
Data deposit
AESE—new members
Earth art
Tome time
AESE 2012 field trip
AESE financial report
Minutes of first board meeting
Scientists convicted in Italian earthquake
CSE meeting stresses effective communication
AESE involved in GSA Associated Societies spring meeting
Researchers survey Spiro Mounds
GPR scanning used to locate Richard III remains
AESE calendar of events and information

If you are a member and want to sign up for auto-notification of Blueline postings, e-mail maryanns@andrew.cmu.edu.



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