GEOSCIENCE SOCIETY OF NEW ZEALAND
The Society encourages the advancement of the geosciences in New Zealand and has more than 900 members, an elected national committee, eight branches and a number of subcommittees and special interest groups. Membership is open to all who are interested in the geosciences. The Society holds a conference in a different part of New Zealand each year, presents annual awards, and publishes a newsletter every four months.
NZGS presents the 14th Glossop Medal Lecture by Professor Jim Griffiths in February 2015, "Feet on the Ground: Engineering Geology, Past, Present and Future". Details here.
A new Miscellaneous Publication is out "Hochstetter's First Nelson Diary" (MP137) here. There is also a special deal for both volumes dealing with the Nelson diaries here.
Make a donation to support the Society and our awards here.