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Earth Science Week 2019

Earth Science Week 2019 in the UK & Ireland will take place on 12-20 October, with a theme of ‘Geoscience is for everyone’. Earth Science Week is an annual international celebration of the geology all around us. Through public events like geowalks, hands on activities, talks and open days, organisations and individuals aim to raise… Read more

World Soils 2019

In the context of the EO Science for Society Programme Element, the European Space Agency is organising World Soils 2019, a user consultation workshop on space-based EO tools for mapping and monitoring soils, with the aim to bring together stakeholders from the policy and user domains with remote sensing experts to discuss the necessary steps… Read more

Symposium: Remote Sensing Applications for Risk Management

The purpose of the symposium is to provide a forum for researchers, companies and organisations in the Solent region. The Security and Risk Theme at the University of Portsmouth, and the South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications, would like to invite you to a symposium in remote sensing and satellite applications led by… Read more

Spectral geology: Fundamentals, recent advances and case histories

DATE: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 LOCATION: Room 801A, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Canada ORGANISER: Spectral Geology and Remote Sensing Consulting Over the past decade, spectral geology has seen increased application in all stages of mineral exploration, and in geometallurgy and geotechnical engineering. This course will bring subject matter experts to review the fundamental capabilities… Read more

Earth Observations for Sustainable Development

The EGU General Assembly 2019, which is taking place in Vienna (Austria) on 7–12 April 2019, would like to invite you to submit an abstract to: Session ESSI1.16, Earth Observations for Sustainable Development The deadline for abstract submission is 10 January 2019, 13:00 CET or, for those applying for EGU Roland Schlich travel support, 1… Read more

Hydrocarbon Microseepage: Recent Advances, New Applications, and Remaining Challenges

The AAPG is pleased to announce that this research conference has been scheduled to be held: June 18-20, 2019 in Houston, Texas. Convenors for this conference are Dr. Dietmar (Deet) Schumacher (GeoField Services, Paris) and Dr. Gary K. Rice (GeoFrontiers Corp., Dallas). The past two decades have seen not only a continued interest in the… Read more

NPA Satellite Mapping Seminar – Houston 2018

Click to Visit the NPA Eventbrite Page for More The NPA popular annual seminar in Houston is a free event that enables geoscience and geospatial professionals to discover the range of world-leading products and services that the company provides from satellite imagery. Over the course of a morning, theri team of remote sensing experts will… Read more

Regional Public Lecture: Satellite Top Trumps : The Geological Edition

Venue: Queen’s University Belfast Date: 16 October 2018 17.30 Tea and coffee served 18.00 Lecture begins 18.45 Questions and answers 19.00 Drinks Reception 20.00 Close Presenter: GRSG Chairman, Charlotte Bishop A regional lecture in the Geological Society’s Public Lecture series. Satellites have taken images of the earth for over 40 years some designed for specific… Read more

PESGB YP & GRSG Seminar: From Subsurface to Space

The PESGB Young Professionals (YP) & The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) present “From Subsurface to Space – the close relationship between remote sensing & petroleum geology”, with Nick Kellerman, Geo-Information Analyst at Shell & Committee member of the Geological Remote Sensing Group. Remote sensing has long been applied to the exploration for oil and… Read more

Geological Society Regional Public Lecture Series

The regional public lecture series is a collection of public talks which aim to introduce modern Earth science and its relevance to society to the attention of a diverse and broad audience, many of whom will have an interest in science, but who are not necessarily trained in Earth science.   Click to download the Lecture Series Flyer