South Texas Geological SocietyThere are 17 products.
The South Texas Geological Society was founded in 1929 and is based in San Antonio to cover the South Texas area.
Activities: Activities of the society include regularly scheduled monthly meetings during the STGS calendar year. Guest speakers, lecturing on various topics, provide the foundation for the monthly meetings. Business of the Society is also transacted. Topics of the speaker, location, times and dates are announced in the Bulletin. Additional activities include short courses, field trips, seminars and social events.
Objectives: The South Texas Geological Society, founded in 1929, is a non-profit organization whose purposes are: To advance the science of geology; To promote the technology of exploring for, finding and producing raw materials from the earth, their conservation and propitious use; To foster the spirit of scientific research; To disseminate facts relating to geology; To inspire and maintain a high standard of professional conduct on the part of its members; and To provide the public with means of recognition of adequately trained and professionally responsible geologists.
Membership: Membership includes individuals who have been judged qualified by the Board of Directors and includes only individuals who are concerned with the professional application of geological sciences. Membership class and related qualifications are detailed in the STGS Bylaws, Article III, and are summarized in the membership requirements section of this application.
Bulletin: The Society’s primary publication is the Bulletin of The South Texas Geological Society, published monthly during the calendar year, September – May. The bulletin provides members with technical articles and news of the Society.