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Aims

The Southern Wales Regional Group aims to serve the geoscience community in South Wales through a programme of lectures, seminars, field trips and social events. Our members are a mixture of those working in industry, for regulators and in academia, and we aim to provide a wider range of lecture topics and events to reflect this variety.

We also look to engage with our next generation through the School Geology Challenge, Careers Evening and Early Career Geologist Award.

If you have any feedback, ideas for future events or want to get involved please contact us on swales.rg@geolsoc.org.uk.

Our Events

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The South Wales Regional Group Murders and Suicides Lecture

03 October 2017

Venue: Lecture Theatre 1.40, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Main Building, Cardiff University

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The South Wales Regional Group Role of Geology in Serious Crime Investigations

03 October 2017

Venue: Lecture Theatre 1.40, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Main Building, Cardiff University,

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The South Wales Regional Group Early Career Geologist Final

07 October 2017

Venue: Lecture Theatre 1.40, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Main Building, Cardiff University,

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The South Wales Regional Group The Long Road to Recovery

05 December 2017

Venue: Lecture Theatre 1.40, School of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Main Building, Cardiff University,

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SWRG activities

  • News - find out how we celebrated 21 years of the SWRG!

Committee

Chair

Simon Hughes (TerraDat)
swales.rg@geolsoc.org.uk

Secretary

Keir Thomas (Geotechnology)
swales.rg@geolsoc.org.uk

University Rep

Dr Peter Brabham (Cardiff University)
brabham@cardiff.ac.uk

Treasurer

Karl Llewelyn, SRK

Other Committee Members:

Flavia Cappelletti (Arup)

Gareth Farr (BGS)

Marika Gates (AECOM)

Simon Neale (Natural Resources Wales)

Gareth Owen (ESI)

Dr Ian Skilling (University off South Wales)

Ex-Officio Members

David Jones (Natural Resources Wales)

Paul Maliphant (Mott MacDonald)