CGMW was created in 1913 and is the oldest international organization in geoscience after the International Geological Congress (IGC).
It is a non-profit-making scientific and educational body based in Paris, France.
Our research focuses on three, strongly interrelated research fields, namely hydrodynamic, (bio)geochemical and biological processes.
Co-operations across the research fields underline the interdisciplinary character of the Research Training Group. Bartington Instruments is a world leader in the design and manufacture of high precision, low noise fluxgate magnetometers, gradiometers and magnetic susceptibility instrumentation, with applications including climatology; soil, pollution and erosion studies; archaeology; and quality control.
They have been widely deployed on all continents for high precision and reliable gas measurements, allowing environmental and geophysical scientists to benefit from their performance and ruggedness.
ARI produces instrumentation for measuring trace gases and aerosols with fast time response and high sensitivity.
The American Geophysical Union is an international nonprofit, scientific organization representing nearly 60,000 members in 139 countries.
AGU is a leader in the scientific community with an eye for innovation, rigor and interdisciplinary focus related to a wide range of critical global issues.
CGMW is responsible for designing, promoting, coordinating, preparing and publishing small-scale Earth science maps (geology, geophysics, metallogeny, natural resources, climate) of the Earth, continents, major regions, and the oceans.
CGMW has UNESCO and the International Union of Geological Sciences suport.
AGU promotes discovery in Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. AOGS mission is to promote geophysical sciences for the benefit of humanity in Asia and Oceania.