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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

NEW: 2016 Annual Meeting
AESE will be celebrating its 50th anniversary in Boulder Colorado. Sara Pratt, Earth Magazine will host the meeting. John Keith, USGS retired, is the Chair of the Technical Session.
Latest AESE 2016 Meeting Update

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 Summer/Fall 2015 issue of Blueline [pdf] (login required for full text)

In this issue:
From the president
AESE election
AESE annual meeting 2016
AESE at Editing Goes Global
Jill Hardesty: A remembrance
AESE financial report
GSIS releases guidelines for field-trip guidebooks
Look who's turning 50!
AESE needs you
Data deposit
Pubs crawl
AESE new members
Milestones Richard Charles Dinauer
Officers and directors
Committees and appointments
Find us, follow us
AESE calendar of events and information
Earth art

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