About the BGA

The British Geophysical Association is a Joint Association of the Geological Society of London and the Royal Astronomical Society. Its aims are to promote the subject of geophysics, and to strengthen the relationship between geophysics and the other natural sciences in…

Upcoming meetings

2017 BGA Postgraduate Research in Progress meeting (PGRIP) University of Aberdeen 31 August – 1 September 2017 The BGA holds an annual 2-day postgraduate research in progress meeting for postgraduate students studying in the UK and abroad. The meeting enables…

About the committee

Greetings from the committee! The aim of the BGA is to promote the subject of geophysics, and particularly to strengthen the relationship between geology and geophysics in the UK. We support scientific meetings and courses, encourage the publication of results and research and…

News

2016 PGRiP winners

Congratulations to our 2016 PGRiP presentation winners Best Talk 1st Adam Robinson – Durham Construction and Subduction of the Louisville Ridge Seamount Chain – Insights from Wide-Angle Seismic Imaging 2nd Rebecca Coats – Liverpool Lava dome eruptions: testing the strain…

EAGE Erasmus award 2016

Congratulations to Anton Ziolkowski for winning this year’s  EAGE Erasmus award! Details on the award and Dr Ziolkowski’s work can be found here on the EAGE website.

PDR Position – Durham

WHAT? Postdoctoral Researcher on modelling global volatile cycling and mantle dynamics WHERE? Durham BY WHEN? 21st May 2016 DETAILS: We seek a postdoctoral researcher with geodynamical modelling experience to study the volatile exchange between the deep Earth and the exosphere…