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The Environmental and Engineering Geophysical Society (EEGS) Issues Statement on Social Injustice

At its most recent meeting, the Board of Directors and key personnel discussed and adopted the following statement:

Acknowledging our duty and ethical commitment to protect public welfare and provide equitable treatment, EEGS fully supports movements that denounce racism in all forms that permeate society today. We acknowledge the pain and trauma that communities of color are experiencing and stand with them in solidarity. As such, EEGS affirms its commitment to serve communities, the profession and our members with the highest standards of integrity, fairness, dignity and respect. Together, we can make a difference.

The Board also named several members to a task force, which will develop policies and initiatives to further the intent of the statement.


Update on SAGEEP 2020 / 1st Munitions Response Meeting

The Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP) and the 1st Munitions Response Meeting have been rescheduled for March 14-18, 2021 at the Hilton Denver City Center hotel in downtown Denver.  We thank and extend our appreciation to all those involved and everyone who intended to join us at SAGEEP this past March.  We look forward to seeing you in 2021.  Questions and answers about the rescheduled meetings can be viewed here .

Latest issue of the FastTIMES Published - Special Issue on Near-Surface Geophysical Software

FastTIMES Volume 24, 4 Special Issue on Near-Surface Geophysical Software (Co-Edited by Sina Saneiyan) is available for download (from, initially as a single document. Shortly we will be moving to segmenting the document to enable better tracking of reader’s interest and to provide improved exposure and value to advertisers. We will update you when that new publishing mode is ready for you to access and to trial.

Coming to the theme of NSG Geophysical Software, two Foreword contributions, give both the commercial geophysical software developer and the growing open source software community perspective, and these precede four articles profiling the use of Open Source software and seven articles profiling commercial software packages. Various useful open source softwares are also discussed in the Hydrogeophysics and Environmental Geophysics, Agricultural Geophysics, Infrastructure and Geotechnical Geophysics and the Archaeological and Forensic Geophysics regular columns.

JEEG Editor Reports Highest Impact Factor in Publication's History

Editor Dale Rucker, Ph.D., recently announced that according to Scopus, the Journal of Environmental & Engineering Geophysics (JEEG) has achieved a Scopus Cite Score of 2.17, the highest rating since the inception of the publication in 2003.  Rucker said the 2019 rating will rise further when the December, 2019 issue (24.4) is published and cited. Scopus is a source-neutral abstract and citation database curated by independent subject matter experts.  

2020 EEGS Membership Renewal Underway

Attention EEGS Members & Students:  If your email address on file is out of date, please take a moment to update your profile - membership renewal forms are being prepared for emailing.  To quickly update your email address, click My Profile, then My Profile/Edit Profile) sign in and enter your information.  If you've forgotten your log in information, please follow the online instructions to retrieve.  If you have any issues with updating your membership information, please let us know: