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Supporting professional exchange & education since 1922.

The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists is a nonprofit organization whose purposes are to promote interest in geology and allied sciences and their practical application, to foster scientific research and to encourage fellowship and cooperation among its members.

The Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists is one of the largest associations of geologists in the United States. The RMAG is composed of earth scientists from industry, government, and academia encompassing a wide spectrum of backgrounds. All share a common interest in the geology of our Rocky Mountain area. Founded in 1922, the RMAG is one of the most active AAPG affiliates in the country.

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RMAG September Short Course

RMAG announces a new short course for September, "Fundamentals of Producing High-quality Core and Core Data." Learn about the coring process from 'soup to nuts' with three experts in the field. Click below for details and to register.

Women in Geology Documentary Film

Join RMAG for a special screening of the documentary film "Rock Stars: Pioneering Women in Petroleum Geology" on August 21st at the American Mountaineering Center. Robbie Gries, author and geologist, will introduce the film and hold a Q&A session afterwards.