GA Evening Lectures

Next vLecture: May 7, 2021

AGM and Presidential Address
Shallow geohazards and environmental change

Dr Vanessa Banks (BGS)

Normally the Geologists’ Association organises a series of illustrated evening lectures on a wide range of geological topics. These are held on the first Friday of the month in the Janet Watson Lecture Theatre of the Geological Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly W1V 0JU. Tea would be available at 5.30 pm with the lecture starting at 6.00 pm. Following the talk we would invite you to join us for a reception in the lower library with wine and nibbles.

Non-members are always welcome to attend for an introductory visit arranged by phoning (020 7434 9298) or emailing (sarah@geologistsassociation.org.uk) the Executive Secretary to book a place.

However these are not normal times and whilst government restrictions remain in place we are delivering a schedule of virtual, vLectures freely available to all.

Our 2021 schedule is now finalised so please add these dates to your calendar.

GEOLOGISTS’ ASSOCIATION LECTURE MEETINGS 2021

January 8 via Zoom
Almost like being there: new approaches to deciphering animal behaviour from trace fossils
Dr Jon Noad (Canada)

February 5 via Zoom
Tectonic plates, mantle plumes, and the importance of keeping good time
Dr Lucía Pérez Diaz (University of Oxford)

March 5 via Zoom
Halstead Lecture: Earthquake chasing around the world 

Dr Zöe Mildon (University Plymouth)

April 9 
A journey from Lilliput to Brobdingnag: Bivalve mollusc body size trends across the end-Triassic mass extinction and recovery
Dr Jed Atkinson (University of Leeds)

May 7 via Zoom

AGM and Presidential Address

Shallow geohazards and environmental change
Dr Vanessa Banks (BGS)

June 4
The pterodactyls of the Sahara Desert
Prof David Martill (University of Portsmouth)

July 2
Geothermal Resources of the UK
Dr Catherine Hirst (COWI, University of Glasgow)

October 1 via Zoom
"
Pills and Politics"; a new look at George Bellas Greenough and his Geological Map of 1820...

Prof Hugh Torrens (Keele University)

December 3
From bones to pixels – using computer technology to understand the behaviour of fossil animals
Dr Stephan Lautenschlager (University of Birmingham)

GA Video Lectures

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