To be held at Leicester University from 17-19 September 2010. BGS is sponsoring the conference will have an exhibit and will be contributing to the lecture and field trip programme.
See the ESTA website for details.
The BLRS Conference 2010 takes place at University of Glamorgan, Pontypridd, South Wales, from 7 - 9th September 2010.
Some BGS staff will be presenting at this event.
Abstract Submission Deadline: 3 March 2010
Registration Deadline: 30 April 2010
Deadline for papers for proceedings: 29 October 2010
Join in live to listen to the following speakers discuss this recently released report published by the Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), Geological Survey of Northern Ireland (GSNI), and the Royal Irish Academy (RIA).
This webinar, run with the American Geological Institute and the Royal Irish Academy, details how Geoscience can be oriented toward a smart economy, and describes how the Geoscience sector can contribute to economic recovery. The report also provides a clear vision of the sector in 2020 and its implications for Geoscience on the island of Ireland.
Adapting to climate change will go beyond knowing what the future temperature might be or how much more (or less) rainfall we might expect. It means understanding the sensitivity of landscapes to likely changes in weather patterns, and how the natural and urban environment responds.
This conference is aimed at UK institutions and businesses that are likely to be impacted by both climate change and the 2008 Climate Change Act.
Using specific case studies, we will highlight the broad range of environmental impacts due to climate change, the equally broad range of opportunities due to climate change, and the approach that can be adopted to properly assess and develop adaptation strategies.For more information or to register for Climate Change: Impacts and Opportunities hosted by BGS near Nottingham.
The Abberley and Malvern Geopark are holding a Geofest from 29 May - 30 August 2010. Lots of walks and activities are being held to promote the Geopark.
BGS Outreach have provided in kind sponsorship for this event
The Groundwater Experience celebrates its 10th year at Hill End Field Study Centre, Oxford from 24-28 May.
The week-long event promotes the importance of groundwater through a range of hands-on activities, often with a chance to get wet! Primary school children from across Oxfordshire are invited to discover what groundwater is, why it is important and how we can protect it. The Groundwater Experience is a collaborative event between the British Geological Survey, the Environment Agency and Oxfordshire County Council.
If you like to find out more, contact Katya Manamsa
Tel: 01491 692687
With David Brew
Meeting Room 1, British Geological Survey, Keyworth