The CGRG was established in 1993 at the International Association of Geomorphology Congress in Hamilton, Ontario. The CGRG presently has a membership of about 250, with representation in all parts of Canada and scattered outposts in the U.S. and elsewhere.
- Cooperating with related earth science associations within Canada including the GAC, AQQUA, CAG, CANQUA and CGU
- Organizing an annual meeting and related field trips.
- Sponsoring theme sessions, field trips and workshops at the national and regional meetings of our affiliated assocations.
- Publishing a newsletter twice a year.
- Supporting an email listserv that distributes a regular posting of Recent Publications in Canadian Geomorphology.
- Maintaining a comprehensive web-based Bibliography of Canadian Geomorphology.
- Supporting the publication of technical reports and field guides.
- Celebrating the accomplishments of Canadian geomorphologists by presenting awards that include the: J.Ross Mackay Award to recognize significant achievement by a young geomorphologist in Canada; the Olav Slaymaker Awards to recognize the best student oral and poster presentions at the CGRG Annual Meeting, and; presenting the Jean-Claude Dionne and the Alan S. Trenhaile student awards at CGRG sponsored events.
We encourage all earth scientists with an interest in Canadian geomorphology to join the CGRG.
Le GCRG a été fondé en 1993 lors du Congrès International de Géomorphologie à Hamilton, Ontario. Le GCRG est une association scientifique qui regroupe plus de 250 membres en provenance majoritairement du Canada et avec quelques représentants des États-Unis et d’ailleurs dans le monde et qui collabore étroitement aux activités des autres associations canadiennes en sciences de la terre (GAC, AQQUA, ACG, CANQUA et CGU).
- En parrainant des sessions spéciales dans des congrès scientifiques.
- En publiant un bulletin bisannuel.
- en favorisant la publication de rapports techniques et de guides d’excursion.
- En opérant un forum de discussion (CANGEORG) sur internet qui inclut aussi une importante bibliographie d’ouvrages canadiens dans les domaines de la géomorphologie, du Quaternaire et des géosciences de l’environnement.
- En attribuant annuellement le Prix J. Ross Mackay à un jeune géomorphologue canadien qui se sera distingué par sa contribution scientifique.
Nous invitons chaleureusement tous les scientifiques qui s’intéressent aux sciences de la terre et à la géomorphologie canadienne à se joindre au GCRG.
View the CGRG Constitution (PDF)
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