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- RT @BritGeoSurvey: We're pleased to announce that 25 layers of BGS info has just been released on Scotland's Environment Web portal... http… 14 hours ago
- RT @proper_charlie: Here at @geolsoc, some 19th century French texts are being de-mouldified. The map room reeks of TCP. Antisepticky. 15 hours ago
- Friday Reading: New blogpost by Dr. Helen Bridle on new tools to detect phytoplankton that form harmful algal blooms. blog.geolsoc.org.uk/2013/05/17/kee… 16 hours ago
- A big #FF to our new Environment Network account @en_geolsoc, tweeting about Environmental Geoscience #ClimateChange and #Policy 19 hours ago
- More copies of Geol. Evolution of #SaudiArabia now in stock at Burlington House Bookshop #geolibrary Also online: geolsoc.org.uk/GESA 19 hours ago