The Asia Oceania
Geosciences Society (AOGS) is an international society which was
founded in 2003, to promote cooperation and discussion among scientists
in Asia and Oceania on the Earth, its environment, and planetary
and space sciences.
Scientific assemblies of AOGS are held annually. The AOGS membership
is given to participants of AOGS annual meetings and is effective
for three years after the most recent attendance.
participation of geoscientists from all over the world and it cooperates
with international geoscience community as represented by EGS, AGU
Our mission is to promote geophysical science for the benefit of humanity in Asia and Oceania.
AOGS sees the region that stretches from Kashmir to Wellington as a hotbed filled with challenges and nascent potential.
Asia and Oceania currently holds the largest population, and is still rapidly developing.
There are unique scientific issues to discover and understand in a region that is more diverse than any other regions.
Information on history and constitution of
AOGS is available in its home
page. AOGS is managed by the Executive
Council with the assistance of the society secretariat - Meeting Matters International.