"Plate tectonics in action: Earthquakes, tsunamis and the geology of Japan". Professor Simon Wallis, Nagoya University, Japan. Monday 13th March 2017 at 6 p.m. Lecture Theatre 1 Bennett Building, University of Leicester.
WET, WET, WET. Water security in a changing world. The lecture features three leading researchers, looking at three aspects of the critical issue of water security today.
Sharing 70 years of public service, we aim to showcase the highlights of GSNI from throughout our seven decades.
In association with the Geological Society, we are hosting the annual geoconservation gathering at the Ulster Museum to celebrate the many good examples of conservation of Earth science in Northern Ireland.
We're attempting to make a world record by creating our own earthquake in the Stormont Estate with the help of 10,000 school children from all the way across Northern Ireland.
Explore the many kilometres of rock core and chippings that we hold in our core store and see how these can be used to unravel the geological history of Northern Ireland’s subsurface.
At the Newcastle Community Cinema as part of the Mourne International Walking.
Join us for a birthday celebration and help to raise some money for our chosen charity.
A day of Earth Science workshops held at Parliament Buildings for primary schools.
The British Geological Survey will hold an Open Day at its Environmental Science Centre in Keyworth on Saturday 1 July 2017 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Stable Isotope Facility at the British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham.
Dr Nick Longrich presents 'Giant Marine Reptiles and Whales during the Eocene-Oligocene cooling event' from 6pm.
The planet's subsurface provides us with the resources we need to sustain life on the surface. The food we eat, the homes we build, the cars we drive and the things we buy all rely on the rocks and minerals in the Earth's crust. Come and visit BGS at NERC's Into the blue event at the Runway Visitor Park and try your hand at the detective work that goes into understanding and protecting the Earth's natural resources.
David Boon will present the project highlights of the feasiblity study to use shallow groundwater under some urban areas for cost effective low-carbon heating of homes and businesses using heat pumps and heat networks.
BGS will be at Our Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh on 22 October 2016 and bringing a host of interactive displays and activities to showcase the ‘Power of Our Planet’.
Dr Noel Worley presents 'Mineralisation of the South Pennine Orefield' from 6pm.
A memorial evening on the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan Disaster which will be attended by the President of the Geological Society, Malcolm Brown.
The Engineering Group of the Geological Society (EGGS) will be holding a memorial lecture on the Aberfan Disaster 1966.
Groundwater and climate resilience lecture which aims to honour the legacy of Prof W. Mike Edmunds by promoting good
hydrogeological science to the service of society.
TIME: 12:00-13:00, Wednesday 6th July 2016. VENUE: Committee Room 10, House of Commons, Houses of Parliament, London, SW1A 0AA.
SPEAKER: Professor Michael Stephenson, Author, Shale Gas and Fracking: The Science behind the Controversy, and Director, Science and Technology, the British Geological Survey.
To attend please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org.