Geological Society of Australia

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The Geological Society of Australia (GSA) was established as a non-profit organisation in 1952 to promote, advance and support earth sciences in Australia. The founding Chairperson was Edwin Sherbon Hills.

William Rowan Browne was a founder of the society and was president 1955–56.[1]

Year Name of President
1952-1955 Edwin Sherbon Hills
1955-1956 William Rowan Browne
1956-1958 A. R. Alderman
1959-1961 R. T. Prider
1961-1962 N. H. Fisher
1962-1964 Owen A. Jones
1964-1965 Alan Knox Denmead
1964-1965 J. A. Dulhunty
1965-1967 Maxwell R. Banks
1967-1968 F. Canavan
1968-1969 Nelly Hooper Ludbrook
1969-1971 A. F. Trendall
1971-1973 D.A Brown
1973-1975 Dorothy Hill
1975-1977 G.M. Philip
1977-1978 Sam W. Carey
1978-1980 J. F. Lovering
1980-1981 C. D. Branch
1981-1983 R. D. Gee
1983-1984 M. J. Rickard
1984-1986 J. B. Waterhouse
1986-1988 D. M. Boyd
1988-1990 I. R. Johnson
1990-1992 D. H. Green
1992-1994 P. J. Legge
1994-1996 D. I. Groves
1996-1998 D. Denham
1998-2000 R. A. Henderson
2000-2002 E. C. Leitch
2002-2004 J. D. Foden
2004-2006 A. J. Crawford
2006-2008 A. J. Gleadow
2008-2010 Peter Cawood
2010-2012 Brad Pillans
2012-2014 Laurie Hutton
2014-2016 Graham Carr
2016- Caroline Forbes

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Browne, William Rowan (1884 - 1975) at Australian Dictionary of Biography

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