Letter from the President

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Review past letters from the President below.

Headline Source
From the President March 2009 March 6, 2009 March 2009 HGS Bulletin

Last month I listed the first half of the HGS top ten. Now for the rest, some items which are less well-known:

HGS Top Ten from the President January 29, 2009 February 2009 HGS Bulletin

As members of the HGS, we often see only a part of what theorganization does, so I decided to take the next couple ofcolumns to list it all out.

Cyclicity and Long-Term Demand-January 2009 From the President December 30, 2008 January 2009 HGS Bulletin

Cyclicity is not only a concept in coastal sedimentary deposits or long-term climate change; it appears once again in a dramatic fashion in the pricing of oil and gas.

December 2008 President's Letter December 1, 2008 December 2008 HGS Bulletin

Recently, the HGS completed an audit of our books. I am pleased to be able to say that the HGS is fiscally sound.

November 2008 President’s Letter October 28, 2008 November 2008 HGS Bulletin

Landing on our feet

A World of Technical Programs and the New High School Earth Science Curriculum September 30, 2008 October 2008 HGS Bulletin

After months of planning, the GCAGS/GSA Joint meeting has arrived. I encourage you to attend this unique meeting, which takes place at the George R.

HGS Looks Forward to a Busy Year August 14, 2008 September 08 HGS Bulletin

HGS Looks Forward to a Busy Year

Re-Capping a Year of Achievement May 29, 2008 HGS Bulletin June 2008

By Linda Sternbach - HGS President 2007/2008

May 2008 President's Letter May 1, 2008 Linda Sternbach

May 2008 President's Letter
2008 International Year of Planet Earth:
Expanding Public Awareness of Geology and Geophysics

April 2008 President's Letter March 27, 2008 Linda Sternbach

Elections and Conventions-What’s Your Slogan?
by Linda Sternbach