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Contaminated ground
The UK Groundwater Forum's 2011 conference is being held jointly with the Hydrogeological Group of the Geological Society at Burlington House, London and is entitled Contaminated Ground, Contaminated Groundwater? It will consider the on-going …


Gas pipes
The Energy Institute, in partnership with the British Geological Survey, will be holding a one-day conference to examine the very latest developments in the unconventional gas market. The conference will enable delegates to realistically assess …


De la Beche lecture theatre, BGS, Keyworth.
Making Sense of Chalk: Engineering Properties and Hydrogeology with Prof. Rory Mortimore Meeting Room 1, British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, NG12 5GG


Yorkshire Valley
Title: Carbon capture and storage: latest developments Location: Meeting Room 1, British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, NG12 5GG Non-members welcome.


School children at an open day at BGS
A series of activities that are free and open to the public, 11am -4pm. Wollaton Hall, Nottingham


Aerial photograph
Title: The Earth after us. Speaker: Dr Jan Zalasiewicz (University of Leicester) Venue: University of Derby, Kedleston Road, Derby DE22 1GB Location: Room T115 (T-Block, 1st floor) Start time: 5.00 pm. Contact details: Callum Ewing, Thomas …


Shale Gas & Unconventional Gas Summit 2011 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is an updated, insightful and high profile conference for government officials, global and local directors and senior executives, professionals, thought leaders and …


Geovisionary 3D UK
The origin of Continental Crust: old controversies, new ideas. With Prof. Hugh Rollinson Room OL1 (access via atrium balcony), University of Derby, Kedleston Road Site.


Sixth form students reporting on the  Quarry or Not?  public inquiry
The Geological Society are running a 'Careers in Earth Science' day at Dynamic Earth, Edinburgh on 23 Feb 2011 The BGS will have an exhibition stand and will be giving a talk at the event. The day includes a series of presentations, chiefly by …


CO2 molecule
Prof Mike Stephenson, Head of Energy (BGS) will give a lecture on Coal & climate change at the University of Nottingham on 23 Feb 2011. Much of the coal that we're burning today in power stations was made in 'coal forests' of Europe and North …


Angkor Wat
A meeting sponsored by the BGS, hosted by the Geological Society of London, Burlington House, London, on 11 May 2011. The concept of the Anthropocene represents one of the most democratic and bottom-up organising principles that Earth science …


Exploding lightbulb. Fotosearch photography David Ewing
UK industry is ready to build industrial-scale CCS plants immediately. By 2050 there will be a global market for CCS worth more than $5 trillion by 2050 (similar to the oil industry). In the UK alone, the government has estimated that CCS could …


NHM Science Fair
The Natural History Museum is running a free Earth Science Fair at the Natural History Museum for KS3-5 students, on 1 March. Museum scientists from the Palaeontology and Mineralogy departments will chat informally with students at their …


Soil Sampling
Cities, catchments and coasts: applied geoscience for decision-making in London and the Thames Basin A half-day conference followed by an afternoon workshop at the Institute of Physics, London on 13 May 2011. This free seminar will tell you …


Water drop
Forget fracture networks: How groundwater really flows through fractured hard rocks with Dr John Black. AGM at 1800, followed by refreshments from 1830. Lecture starts at 1900. Meeting Room 1, British Geological Survey, Keyworth


Light bulb
Professor Mike Stephenson, BGS Head of Energy, lectures on Climate change: accounting for the carbon . Mike will compare and quantify carbon burial rates (natural and artificial) and present the case for prevention of atmospheric change and …


Opengeoscience logo
OpenGeoscience - why you may never need to buy another geological map. With Dr David Bailey, Head of Outreach, British Geological Survey.


Feeding Stonehenge: what isotopes can reveal about the origin of people and their food. With Professor Jane Evans, Head of Science-based Archaeology, NERC Isotope Geosciences Laboratory.


Borehole core sample
FREE technical seminar Developing Unconventional Gas and Oil Resources organised by Golder Associates at the Royal Mint Court, London. The aim of this seminar is to provide informative presentations given by recognised speakers from industry …


National Science & Engineering Week
By popular demand, Rockwatch , the national club for young geologists, is back at BGS Keyworth near Nottingham. This free event, packed with hands-on activities, runs from 10am to 4pm More information and booking form


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