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Society events

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Our conferences serve to unite and engage people passionate about geoscience and its role in addressing global challenges. We do this through a diverse and inclusive programme of thematic events which reflect our core areas of focus. Through our conferences and events we aim to improve knowledge and understanding of the future of Geology and Earth Science.

Discover more details on the individual event pages.

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

Events

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Virtual Conference: The Moon and Early Earth

29 - 30 November 2021

Venue: Virtual event

  • Conference
  • Virtual event

Critical Minerals & the UK's Green Industrial Revolution

30 November 2021

Venue: Virtual event

  • Conference
  • Virtual event

Discussion Group: Show and tell evening

01 December 2021

Venue: The Athenaeum, London

  • Evening meeting

Online Training: Terrestrial, Aerial and Subsurface Surveying and Imaging in Mining and Engineering Geology: Parts 1 & 2

02 - 09 December 2021

Venue: Virtual event

  • Contributes to CPD
  • Course
  • Virtual event
  • Online Training

The geology of planets beyond our solar system

08 December 2021

Venue:

  • Virtual event
  • Lecture

TVRG - Curiosity at Gale Crater, Mars: Investigating an ancient lake

08 December 2021

Venue:

  • Virtual event
  • Regional Group
  • Evening meeting

VIRTUAL GSL Public lecture: Rocky planets across the Galaxy

09 December 2021

Venue: Virtual event

  • Virtual event
  • Lecture

Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group annual meeting 2022

10 - 12 January 2022

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  • Specialist Group
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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 per year.