27 Terrific Live, Active and Archived Geoscience Webinars

This list of webinars is divided into live, active and archived webinars.

Live webinars are geoscience talk series, which are currently active and occur in real-time using programs like Zoom. Imagine listening to a seminar at a university where you can ask questions.

Active webinars are geoscience webinars that are being regularly produced and can be watched after their posted, like YouTube videos.

Archived webinars are geoscience webinars that are no longer being regularly produced but are still a great source of information.

Live Webinars

Economic Geology

Ore Deposits Hub

Ore Deposits Hub began in March 2020 to connect economic and ore deposit geologists from academia and industry across the world. They run presentations every Wednesday with a full schedule for 2020 and thousands of members!

Registration is required to view or present and can be done by clicking the icon on the right.

INEX-DRC Webinars

The Initiative pour l'Exploration Géologique du Congo (INEX-DRC) hosts regular french-language webinars on African economic geology from academics and exploration geology project.

Registration is required by clicking the icon on the right.

SEG Webinar Series

The Society for Economic Geologists hosts webinars for professionals working in the field of economic geology. Focus is placed on career development, training and scientific discoveries.

Registration is required by clicking the icon on the right, then selecting the webinar you're interested in.

Zoom With MDRU

Join the geological zoom sessions of the Mineral Deposit Research Unit of UBC held every three weeks.

Registration is required by contacting Jeanne Liu at [email protected]

Geological Outreach and Career Development

Ask A Geologist

The Rutgers geology museum is hosting a weekly webinar series titled “Ask a Geologist” where you can learn about general geological topics from plate tectonics to rock chemistry.

Registration is required by clicking the icon on the right.

GSA Career Development Webinar Series

This webinar series is devoted to sharing resources to graduate students and others interested in developing a career in the geosciences. They host geoscientists from different fields from the petroleum industry, to forestry to geothermal energy.

Registration is required by clicking the icon on the right.

Geomorphology

Landscapes Live

A weekly seminar series, each Thursday, on geomorphology from across the Earth.

Click the icon on the right to register for the zoom meeting before the Thursday deadline.

Geophysics and Tectonic Geology

Australian Society Of Exploration Geophysicists Webinars

Technical talks and webinars on the application of geophysics; hosted by ASEG.

Registration is required and can be done by clicking the icon on the right.

DeTect Talk Series

The DeTect Talk Series is a weekly gathering of the international scientific community interested in various aspects of crustal deformation.

Modelling Collaboratory For Subduction

The subduction zones through space and time steering committee runs a series of webinars on successful interdisciplinary collaborations as “fireside chats”.

Registration is required by clicking the icon on the right.

Supercontinents & Geodynamics Talk Series

A virtual seminar series hosted from Curtin University on the evolutionary history of supercontinents and their related geodynamic processes.

Registration is required through their google form by clicking the icon on the right.

Marine Geology

UCC Marine Geology Research Group Webinars

Weekly talks on marine geology, ice ages, deep sea corals and fossil plankton.

Registration is required by clicking the the logo.

Petrology

GMPV ECS online talk series

Weekly talks hosted by the Geochemistry, Mineralogy, Petrology and Volcanology division’s early career scientists.

Registration is required by clicking the icon on the right.

Sedimentology

Sustainability and Hydrology

Active Webinars

Archived Webinars