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Bullerwell Lecture Nominations Open

The nomination process for the BGA’s Bullerwell Lecture is now open. See the Awards section for more details.

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PGRiP 2019

Register by 9th August for the Postgraduate Research in Progress (PGRiP) meeting in Bristol to be held on 29-30 August. See Upcoming Meetings for more details.

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BGA Image Competition Open

The BGA image competition is now open! For more information, see the Awards section

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Bullerwell Lecture at EGU

Dr. Sanne Cottaar from Cambridge University will present the Bullerwell Lecture at EGU at 19:00-20:00, Thursday 11th April, room F2, Austria Centre.  Dr. Cottaar studies the structure, composition, and dynamics of the deep Earth, and their relationship to surface processes…

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Congratulations to RAS Prize Winners

Congratulations to Prof. Kathy Whaler (University of Edinburgh) for winning the RAS Service Award and Dr. Tim Craig (University of Leeds) for winning the RAS Winton award G! Congratulations also to Sierd Cloetingh, who became an Honorary RAS Fellow. The full…

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Philip England wins Bucher Medal

Congratulations to Prof. Philip England (BGA Bullerwell lecturer in 1999 ) for being awarded the AGU Walter H. Bucher Medal – see https://news.agu.org/press-release/american-geophysical-union-announces-recipients-of-the-2018-union-medals-awards-and-prizes/

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Outreach Funding

The British Geophysical Association invites applications for funding for public outreach activities to promote understanding of, and engagement with, any area of geophysics. For more information go to Outreach and the menu and select ‘funding’.

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PGRIP 2018 Award Winners

Congratulations to the award winners at the 2018 PGRIP meeting in Cardiff. To see the winners list visit https://britgeophysics.org/awards/pgrip-awards/

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Sanne Cottaar awarded 2019 Bullerwell Lecture

Sanne Cottaar from the University of Cambridge will be the Bullerwell Lecturer for 2019. This lecture, to be given by ‘An outstanding early career British Geophysicist’ has been presented each year since 1981 and is one of the principal events…

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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…

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