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The Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland - EAG-MSGBI MOU
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Memorandum of Understanding between the European Association of Geochemistry (EAG) and the Mineralogical Society (MSGBI)


The agreement between the MSGBI and EAG offers benefits to the members of both organizations.

MSGBI member benefits  

• Member registration rates when attending the EAG-led 2015 V.M. Goldschmidt Conference™;

• MSGBI members that attend the 2015 V.M. Goldschmidt Conference™ will further be granted free membership and membership benefits of EAG. (http://www.eag.eu.com/membership/benefits/ ) up to, but not including, the 2017 V.M Goldschmidt Conference™;

• EAG will endeavour, on a goodwill basis, to provide reasonable logistical support to organize MSGBI committee meetings or workshops at the same rate as charged of EAG at the 2015 V.M. Goldschmidt Conference™;

• Placement of the MSGBI logo in a prominent location on the EAG and 2015 Goldschmidt website, together with a link from the logo to the MSGBI website;

EAG member benefits

• Placement of the EAG logo in a prominent location on the MSGBI’s website, together with a link from the logo to the EAG website;

• Advertisement of the Goldschmidt Conferences and EAG workshops on the MSGBI website and E-Bulletin;

• Allow EAG members purchase MSGBI print publications under the same terms and conditions as MSGBI members. This includes the following titles, all of which can be purchased by individual EAG members under the Mineralogical Society member 'individual' price rate.

Introduction to the Rock-Forming Minerals, by W. Deer, R.A. Howie and J. Zussman

European Mineralogical Union, Notes in Mineralogy
Vol. 1 (1997): Modular aspects of minerals (448 pages) (S. Merlino, ed.)
Vol. 2 (2000): Environmental mineralogy (434 pages) (D.J. Vaughan and R. Wogelius, eds.)
Vol. 3 (2001): Solid solutions in silicate and oxide systems (465 pages) (C.A. Geiger, ed.)
Vol. 4 (2002): Energy modelling in minerals (C. Gramaccioli, ed.)
Vol 5 (2003): Ultrahigh pressure metamorphism (D.A. Carswell & R. Compagnoni. eds.)
Vol 6 (2004): Spectroscopic methods in mineralogy (A. Beran & E. Libowitzky, eds.)
Vol 7 (2005): Mineral behaviour at extreme conditions (R. Miletich, ed.)
Vol. 8 (2010): Nanoscopic approaches in Earth and planetary sciences (F. Brenker and G. Jordan, editors)
Vol. 9 (2010): Industrial minerals: significance and important characteristics (G. Christidis, editor)
Vol. 10 (2010): Ion partitioning in ambient-temperature aqueous systems (M. Prieto and H. Stoll, editors)
Vol. 11 (2011): Layered mineral structures and their application in advanced technologies (M.F. Brigatti and A. Mottana, editors)
Vol. 12 (2012): Raman Spectroscopy applied to Earth Sciences and Cultural Heritage (J. Dubessy, M.C. Caumon and F. Rull, editors)
Vol. 13 (2013): Environmental Mineralogy II (D.J. Vaughan and R.A. Wogelius, editors)
Vol. 14 (2013): Minerals at the Nanoscale (F. Nieto and K.J.T. Livi, editors)

Landmark Papers Volumes 1-4
Volume 1. Volcanic Petrology, by Prof. I.S.E. Carmichael
Volume 2. Structure Topology, by Prof. F.C. Hawthorne
Volume 3. Metamorphic Petrology, by B.W. Evans
Volume 4, Granite Petrogenesis, by J. Clemens and F. Bea

Mineralogical Society Series
Vol. 9: Environmental Mineralogy: Microbial Interactions, Anthropogenic Influences, Contaminated Land and Waste Management    
(J. Cotter-Howells, L.S. Campbell, E. Valsami-Jones and M. Batchelder, editors)
Vol. 10: Phoscorites and Carbonatites from Mantle to Mine: the Key Example of the Kola Alkaline Province    
(F. Wall and A.N. Zaitsev, editors)

Go to the Society's online bookshop now, to place an order. Remember to select 'individual' or 'member-only' price.

EAG members are also invited to avail of the free to all journal archives for Mineralogical Magazine and Clay Minerals, the Open Access content available for Mineralogical Magazine (including published abstracts from the Goldschmidt conferences 2012 and 2013) and Clay Minerals, Also available to all EAG members is the free online archive of Mineralogical Abstracts (1982–2008)