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AESE Annual Meeting, Lexington, KY, October 7-10, 2014 -- AESE2014.html

Call to the Post for the 2014 AESE annual meeting

October 7-10, 2014
Lexington, Kentucky, USA

The 48th AESE annual meeting will be held in Lexington, Ky., the Horse Capital of the World, October 7–10, 2014. Technical sessions will be held at the offices of the Kentucky Geological Survey on the University of Kentucky campus. Lodging is reserved at the nearby SpringHill Suites. Call the hotel direct at (859) 225-1500 and ask for the Earth Science Editors group rate of $94/night. The cut-off date for the group rate is September 6, so make your reservations early. Keeneland—Lexington’s Thoroughbred race course—will be in session at that time, so room rates will go higher.

An icebreaker will be held October 7, and technical talks will be held 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 or Meg Smath, host chair, at

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AESE 2014 Final Program [PDF]


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