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At ATGr you’ll find the resources, confidence, and connections you need to reach fulfilling new heights in your geoscience career.

At ATGr you’ll find the resources, confidence, and connections you need to reach fulfilling new heights in your geoscience career.


ATGr provides approachable events, high-impact publications, and inspiring programs that build community and advance geoscience.


Your dues help support scientific discovery, programs for students and early career professionals, premier meetings, and networking in an active geoscience community.

ATGr offers many ways in which Fellows can get involved with what we do. Find out how you can take part.

* Be a Member

As an ATGr member you’ll be part of a global community encompassing all professional backgrounds in the geosciences sector.

Whatever stage in your career and wherever you work in Tunisia (or the world!), ATGr can help you build connections and go further. Join today to progress your career, grow your international network, and broaden your knowledge and experience to help shape the future of the geosciences field.

To be part of the association, you must be approved by the board, which decides, at each of its meetings, on the applications for admission presented.

Becoming a member allows you to:

  • Start your professional network if you are a student
  • Develop and grow your professional network as a geoscientist
  • Connect with geosciences national and international experts
  • Access to ATGr news, newsletters…
  • Get scholarships and recognition
  • Get the priority for excursions and field visits.
  • Discounted products, events and conferences

* Fees

Active members are those who have made a commitment to pay an annual subscription, set at:

  • Active and associate members: 30 DT
  • Student and doctoral members: 20 DT

 * Support Us

Your generosity will help to sustain our work championing science, the profession and society.

By becoming a member, you can get a membership receipt and a membership certificate in ATGr approved by leader heads of the association.


The ATGr promotes the geosciences in many ways, ranging from organizing scientific meetings to publishing scientific journals and books.

ATGr’s vision is to be among the premier geological society supporting the global community in scientific discovery, communication, and the application of geoscience knowledge. To achieve this vision, it is imperative that we, as ATGr Members, adhere to the highest ethical standards in all of our professional activities.

This Code applies to ATGr Members as defined in the ATGr Amended and Restated Bylaws as currently in effect and as may be amended in the future (the “Bylaws”). ATGr Members include Honorary Fellows, Fellows, Members, or Affiliates. Pursuant to the Bylaws, all Members must comply with this Code as a condition of ATGr Membership.

Members, upon admission, commit to the principles set out in the Code of Ethics and reconfirm that commitment each year when renewing their membership subscription. All members should familiarize themselves with the Code of Ethics and any other codes relevant to their profession, as members have an obligation to ensure that the codes are properly observed by their colleagues in order to retain and build on the trust and positive reputation that we have as a collective of scientists and professionals.

  1. Code of Ethics
  • The safety, health and welfare of the community shall be the prime responsibility of members of The ATGr in the conduct of their professional activities.
  • Members of The ATGr shall deal with clients, colleagues and the community in a manner that upholds the principles of anti-discrimination, and of equity.
  • Members of The ATGr shall, on all occasions, act in a manner which upholds and enhances the honour, integrity, honesty and dignity of the profession.
  • Members of The ATGr shall perform work only in their areas of competence.
  • Members of The ATGr shall build their professional reputation on merit and performance, and shall not compete unfairly.
  • Members of The ATGr shall at all times apply their professional skill and knowledge in the interests of the ATGr community, except that members shall under no circumstances compromise their professional and ethical standards.
  • All statements made by a member of The ATGr in a professional capacity shall be made objectively, truthfully and free of any influence whichmay compromise their professional judgment, and shall only be made within the member’s area of professional competence.
  • Members of The ATGr shall continue their professional development throughout their careers and shall actively assist and encourage those under their direction to also advance their knowledge and experience.
  • Avoiding Conflicts of Interest: As Members, we may be involved in various professional activities on behalf of the Association that could give rise to real or perceived conflicts of interest; i.e., situations where our personal interests or relationships could interfere with our ability to make objective decisions on ATGr’s behalf. Examples include selecting candidates for leadership or committee roles; evaluating and approving Members for condaucting research projects; and/or reviewing proposals…
  • Taking Responsibility: Mandatory ATGr Member Responsibilities: ATGr provides professional growth opportunities for earth scientists at all levels of expertise and from all sectors. As Members, we each have a responsibility to act with professionalism and integrity—regardless of our career level or job title. This means creating an organization and culture of inclusivity, equity, safety, and respect where all Members have an equal opportunity to participate, contribute, be appropriately credited, and succeed in their careers. The following mandatory standards apply to all of us:

-We will comply with the Code and related policies;

-We will cooperate to the best of our ability if asked to take part in an investigation of an allegation of a Code violation; and

-We will not represent ourselves as a spokesperson for the Society without express authorization by the President and Executive Director of ATGr.

     3. Events Code of Conduct

* Applicability

The Events Code of Conduct (the “Events Code”) applies to all ATGr events, including meetings, field trips, short courses, mentorships, and other ATGr-supported programs.  The Events Code also applies to individuals who submit abstracts and make presentations at oral or poster sessions. All registrants, speakers, session chairs, guests, volunteers, exhibitors, ATGr staff, service providers, and others in attendance are expected to abide by this Events Code.

In addition, ATGr members, affiliate members, fellows, honorary fellows, and any non-member who participates in a ATGr program or activity must comply with ATGr Code of Ethics.  ATGr-sponsored programs and activities include, but are not limited to, ATGr meetings, publications, as well as appointed, elected, and volunteer positions.

* Expected Behavior – Professional Conduct at Events

– Treat others with respect and consideration.

– Be considerate, collegial, and collaborative.

– If a presenter or session chair indicates that photographs of slides or poster are not allowed, honor this preference.

– Communicate openly, with civil attitudes, critiquing ideas rather than individuals.

– Avoid personal attacks directed toward other event registrants, guests, volunteers, exhibitors,

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