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AIPG Members
Primary Specialty Field of Practice

(As of March 2015)

Appraisals/evaluations - 11
Coal - 77
Cold regions/permafrost - 4
Computer applications - 10
Construction materials - 37
Economic geology - 272
Engineering geology - 194
Environmental geology - 909

Envir. impact assmt - 11
Envir. site assmt - 131
Exploration - 282
Field geology - 43
Forensic geology - 6
General geology/Earth sci - 16
Geochemistry - 33
Geologic modeling - 18
Geomorphology - 20
Geophysics - 49

Geostatistics - 7
Geotechnical - 43
Geothermal - 4
Hazardous waste - 82
Hydrogeology - 934
Industrial minerals - 30
Investment analysis - 4
Land reclamation - 4
Management - 69
Marine geology - 12
Mathematical geology - 1
Metallic minerals - 17
Mineralogy - 9
Mining geology - 128
Natural gas - 22
Operations/development - 7
Paleontology - 3
Palynology - 1

Petrography/petrology - 10
Petroleum - 203
Phosphates - 2
Regional geology - 5
Remote sensing - 10
Sedimentology - 18
Seismology - 3
Soil science - 5
Stratigraphy - 10
Structural geology - 16
Tectonics - 2
Uranium - 7
Volcanology - 2
Waste disposal - 13
Water resources - 28

Total: 3,834 - Certified Professional Members, Professional Members, and Young Professional Members.


The American Institute of Professional Geologists (AIPG) was founded in 1963 to certify the credentials
of practicing geologists and to advocate on behalf of the profession.

AIPG represents the professional interests of all practicing geoscientists in every discipline.
It's advocacy & efforts are focused on the promotion of the role of geology and geologists in society.