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This section of the site will be home to resources associated with past meetings organised by the Geological Society, particularly those with a bearing on public policy issues and areas of popular interest.
If there are resources from meetings which you would like to see included here, please contact us.
The Lyell meeting is an annual flagship event for UK Palaeontology, organised by The Micropalaeontological Society, The Palaeontological Association, The Palaeontographical Society and the Geological Society.
A one-day conference on communicating key geoscience challenges with the public, focused principally on Radioactive Waste Disposal, Shale Gas / Fracking, and Geological Carbon Storage.
This 2-day meeting was held in September 2013 to celebrate 100 years of petroleum-related science and engineering education at Imperial College.