Thomas Giachetti (University of Oregon) explains his research into the risk posed by Anak Krakatau, published in the Journal of the Geological Society in January 2012, and how it relates to what happened in December 2018.
We’re excited to launch the first (as far as we know) cover competition for our popular monthly members magazine, Geoscientist!
We’re excited to announce our theme for 2020 – the Year of Life! Throughout the year we’ll be exploring life in a geoscience context through research conferences, lectures, education programme and other Society activities.
As part of exploring the role of geoscience in delivering the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Geological Society has been working with the British Geological Survey and Geology for Global Development to develop a briefing note of the role of geology and geologists in delivering the SDGs.
Earth Science Week is an annual international celebration of the geology all around us. Coordinated by the American Geosciences Institute in the US, and the Geological Society in the UK and Ireland, the week now also takes place in an increasing number of countries worldwide. 2018’s Earth Science Week was bigger than ever! This year, …
A new study finds that creatures beneath the Earth’s surface dominated life on Earth for most of our planet’s history – and could hold the key to the search for life on other worlds…
Greetings, geobakeoff fans! At long last, it’s time to reveal the results of this year’s competition – the fifth annual Great Geobakeoff… We can’t quite believe how the geobaking phenomenon has continued to grow – our eternal thanks to all those who take part and share the competition. Particularly the increasing number of you who …
An interview with Professor Rob Butler, who will be awarded the Geological Society’s first Dewey Medal in June 2018.
A specimen described today in Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society is the star attraction in the Yorkshire Museum’s new exhibition, Yorkshire’s Jurassic World, which opened on March 24.
Dozens of giant footprints discovered on Skye are providing rare evidence of dinosaur evolution in the Middle Jurassic epoch.