Four new books reviewed by Mike Rosenbaum, Pete Webb, Brian Marker and Lewis McCaffrey
Far from scrapping the undergraduate mapping exercise, industry needs universities to beef it up, says Stuart Harker *
Accreditation officer Bill Gaskarth hails record numbers of applications and validations.
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The autumn programme of webinars on the Geofacets-GSL Millennium Edition is well underway.
Helen Quinn, geologists turned TV producer, on how TV documentaries like 'Rise of the Continents' are made.
Is there a human response to tectonic stress? Alan Watson* thinks so, and is about to publish a book about it.
As Remembrance Sunday approaches, Nina Morgan remembers geologists who served.
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Openness does not mean that individual's rights to personal data privacy should be compromised, says Jonathan Cowie.
August's Soapbox got you all excited about mapping. Ted Nield returns to his field of dreams...
The 2014 round of Society Research Funds is now open for applications.
William Smith's county maps now available in high resolution.