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

*************************************** 2018 PGRiP Conference Website is Live! British Geophysical Association’s (BGA) Postgraduate Research in Progress (PGRiP) conference is run annually by students, for students. It is a great chance for PhD students in the field of geophysics across the UK…

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

Phil Christie Wins Schlumberger Award

Phil Christie, a former Bullerwell lecturer, has won the Conrad Schlumberger award of EAGE. For more information see https://eage.org/en/about-eage/awards/overview-awards/conrad-schlumberger-award The citation reads: Phil Christie is a geophysicist with a rare and impressively broad understanding of both geology and geophysics. His widely-disseminated research…

New Advances in Geophysics: The Future of Passive Seismic Acquisition

BGA meeting to be held on 12th – 13th November, 2018, at the Royal Society of Edinburgh. Registration will cost £80 (full) or £40 (student). For more information, visit:   https://nagedinburgh.wordpress.com/

Bullerwell Lecture 2018 at EGU

Dr Tom Mitchell (UCL) gives this year’s Bullerwell Lecture at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) meeting in Vienna at 7 pm on Thursday 12 April, in room 2.15 of the Austria Centre. The Bullerwell Lecture is the British Geophysical Association’s…