The most comprehensive and high-resolution atlas of the seafloor of both Polar Regions is being presented today at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly (EGU) in Vienna. The map has been recently published as Memoir 46 of the Geological Society of London.
A guest post from Stuart Blake, Director of the Locharanza Centre, on the survival of the Locharanza Field Studies Centre
Professor Bill McGuire explains some of the geological effects of climate change, following his recent London Lecture at the Geological Society
The Joint Regional Groups Photo Competition is back – and there’s still a month to get your entries in!
This year, ten of our Regional Groups have joined forces – the deadline for entries is 31 December 2016.
The first Bryan Lovell Meeting is an opportunity to think about how our science feeds into hazard management and understanding, and how geoscience can be part of the solution to many of these issues.
A guest post from Lucy Jackson, who attended the 2016 Geoscience Education Academy as a student representative. As someone keenly interested in Geology, the Geoscience Education Academy seemed like a perfect opportunity to develop my knowledge of the subject outside of my school studies. Therefore, when I was offered a place as a student assistant, I …
I had heard about it a few times, but didn’t apply. The offer seemed to be too good to be true – four days in London learning about geoscience, with everything paid for – surely not?
‘We’ve built our entire world around water. Our temperature scale, our bodies. Water shapes our continents, flows through our oceans and rivers, creates atmosphere and weather – this one substance does all of that. And we’ve got to a point where we’re so used to it, we ignore it.’ Alok Jha has written about a …