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Geosynthesis 2011: Integrating the Earth Sciences Conference and Exhibition

For the first time in their history, SAGA, GSSA and GASA will hold a conference in collaboration with ILP and Inkaba yeAfrica to present an integrated earth science event in South Africa.

GeoSynthesis 2011 is an exciting new information exchange forum which will enable improved understanding between the earth science disciplines and between industry, research and policy makers. It will offer exhibitors and sponsors a unique opportunity to meet many influential people in a single venue in South Africa.

This collaborative conference will attract local and international participation, enhanced by the addition of the International Lithosphere Program and Inkaba yeAfrica. Over 500 delegates are expected to attend.

GeoSynthesis 2011 will incorporate a 3-day multi-track conference programme and pre- and post- conference workshops and field trips, an exhibition, a cocktail party and a dinner providing an ideal opportunity to encourage and enhance mutual interaction between delegates, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors.

Location:   Cape Town, South Africa
Dates:   August 28 - September 2, 2011
Contact Information:   For further details of these opportunities contact SBS Conferences:

Natalie Smit
Tel: (021) 914 2888
Fax: (021) 914 2890
International code: (+27 21)

Peter Aspinall

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Keywords:   Geology, Policy, Mineral exploration, Engineering

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