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Society Events

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The Society organises a number of events throughout the year; flagship meetings, library events and other events supported by the Society.  

Flagship meetings include the Lyell Meeting, William Smith Meeting, Janet Watson Meeting and Arthur Holmes Meeting. See the Past Meeting Resources for details of past meetings. 

Details are available on the individual event pages.

Events

Your search for events returned the following 23 results.

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Earth Systems transitions - How resilient is the biosphere?

17 - 18 January 2019

Venue: Burlington House, Piccadilly

  • Conference

Sand and the Sandbank: is sand extraction a sustainable business?

30 January 2019

Venue: Piccadilly, London

  • Conference

Public Lecture: Geological disposal of radioactive waste in the UK

13 February 2019

Venue: Piccadilly, London

  • Lecture

4D Subsurface Modelling: Predicting the Future

20 - 21 February 2019

Venue: Burlington House, Piccadilly

  • Conference

Janet Watson Meeting 2019: From core to atmosphere: Deep carbon

26 - 28 February 2019

Venue: Piccadilly, London

  • Conference

Engineering Group: The 2nd Annual Engineering Group's early Careers Evening

13 March 2019

Venue: Piccadilly, London

  • Conference
  • Workshop

The Geological Society Careers and Industry Days 2018/19 - London

20 March 2019

Venue: Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London

  • Open Day

Public Lecture: Diamond windows into the deep Earth

27 March 2019

Venue: Burlington House, Piccadilly

  • Lecture

Hydrocarbons in Space And Time

09 - 11 April 2019

Venue: Burlington House, Piccadilly

  • Specialist Group
  • Conference
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The Geological Society welcomes proposals for scientific meetings in all areas of the Earth sciences.

Meeting proposals are reviewed and approved by the Science Committee, which meets three times a year