Lectures, conferences, seminars, exhibitions and workshops presented by BGS, or hosted at a BGS site. For past events view events as calendar
Location: British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham
Contact Mark Hamilton, Project Manager, Mapping the Underworld Initiative if you'd like to attend.PDF 343 kB
The conference takes place in Edinburgh from 5-8 January and celebrates the 50th anniversary of VMSG meetings. Highlights this year include:
The Oxford Colloquium is organised by the Oxford Geology Group (OGG) in partnership with the Geologists’ Association (GA) The University of Oxford Earth Science Department and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History (OUMNH). The Oxford Colloquium follows a simple, tried and tested recipe of six presentations given in one day in the OUMNH lecture theatre. Distinguished speakers give illustrated lectures on topics drawn from across the Earth sciences.
John Ludden s talk: The Neoporoterozoic: planet in flux & a frontier for research and resources.
The other speakers: Prof David Bridgland (Durham), Prof Jenny Clack (Cambridge), Prof Gideon Henderson (Oxford), Prof Chris MacLeod (Cardiff), Prof Iain Stewart (Plymouth).
It is essential to buy a ticket in advance. Coffee served from 09.30. Lectures begin at 10.00 and end at 17.00.
CITE 2014 will provide the UK s transport, construction, utilities and communications infrastructure sector with a platform to meet, discuss, learn about and progress the critical areas which have been highlighted by the Government as a key area of growth for the UK economy and vital to enable the country to compete effectively in the modern world.
CITE will be co-located with Infrarail – a successful Rail Infrastructure exhibition that has been established for over twenty years.
The Extractive Industry Geology (EIG) Conference is the principal event for sharing knowledge, scientific research and good practice in the field of applied geology within the UK minerals industry. It brings together extractive industry, academia, consultancy and other interest groups.
The next conference will be held from 11th to 14th June 2014 at the University of St. Andrews (Fife, Scotland) and will include 2–days of presentations plus pre- and post-conference field trips. This will be a joint conference with the Forum on the Geology of Industrial Minerals.
The first call for papers is now out with abstracts due by the end of November 2014 – for further information see the EIG Newsletter.
For further information please contact the EIG conference chairman Clive Mitchell.