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Marine Studies Group

Marine Studies Group logoAims

The Marine Studies Group (MSG) represents the marine geoscience community within the Geological Society. This includes marine geologists and sedimentologists, paleoceanographers, and marine geophysicists.  The MSG provides a focus for all marine Earth scientists and promotes the exchange of ideas within the broader marine geoscience and industry communities. The MSG aims to encourage research in, and teaching and public understanding of, marine geoscience by:

  • arranging scientific meetings and workshops (often held jointly with other science and technology groups) to promote exchange of information about, and in-depth study of topical aspects of the science
  • providing a forum for exchange of ideas within the communities

If you have an idea for a scientific workshop related to marine geoscience, please get in touch!

Latest News

The MSG is cosponsoring an important meeting in September on Flood and Flooding Risk to be held at the Geological Society. Find out more on the Evolution of Flooding event page.

The MSG is also co-sponsoring the new Paleoclimate meeting to be held in Cardiff on 11 - 12 September 2017.

The MSG will hold our very own event, the first Shackleton Conference: Marine Geoscience Past and Present on 18 September 2017. More info to follow!

Our Events

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The evolution of flooding and flood risk: past, present and future

14 - 15 September 2017

Venue: Burlington House, Piccadilly

  • Conference
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Committee

Chair

Sasha Turchyn
University of Cambridge
avt25@cam.ac.uk

Treasurer

Dr Tim Le Bas
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
tim.lebas@noc.ac.uk

Committee Members

Ken Games (Gardline)

Margaret Stewart (British Geological Survey)

Paul Butler (University of Bangor)

Mike Clare (National Oceanography Center, Southampton)

Sally Morgan (University of Leicester, UKIODP)

Gareth Wood (BP)

Bill Austin (St. Andrews)

Contact us:

marinestudiesgroup@gmail.com