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The mission of the IAMG is to promote, worldwide, the advancement of mathematics, statistics and informatics in the Geosciences.

As a scientific organization that serves an international community of mathematical geoscientists (mathematicians, statisticians, computer scientists, geoinformaticians and earth scientists), IAMG is committed to efforts promoting diversity, inclusion, fairness, impartiality and democracy. Our newly adopted Statutes and Bylaws as well as a new Commission exploring the role of women in the IAMG, new awards for early career researchers and female scientists reflect the IAMG’s position on ethical values in science. However, we recognise that we have more to do to be fully inclusive, diverse, and supportive of scientists from underrepresented groups. We welcome everyone from around the world to join us to collectively promote our field of mathematical geosciences and our ethical values in science.

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Join the International Assocation of Mathematical Geosciences

IAMG accepts as members: geoscientists, statisticians, and other interested individuals or organizations.

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EGU 2023 abstract submission

January 10, 2023 @ 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

IAMG2023 in Trondheim

August 5, 2023 - August 12, 2023



The IAMG is inviting nominations for the 2023 Georges Matheron Lecturer
and the 2024 IAMG Distinguished Lecturer
Deadline: 19 Nov 2022
Details about prerequisites are on the IAMG website.

The deadline for IAMG2023 session proposals has been extended to November 20th. Previously submitted sessions are at https://www.iamgconferences.org/iamg2023/sessionSubmission.php
If your your subject is missing, please consider submitting a session!
Submit through the conference website:

Deep-time Digital Earth Open Science Forum is happening on 9th November. It is co-organized by UNESCO, IUGS and DDE and will be convened at UNESCO HQ, Paris. To register:https://www.villaland.cn/h5/dde

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