William Smith Meeting: Geological mapping of our world & others

Map-making is and has always been, a fundamental tool for developing geological knowledge.

The 3-day William Smith Conference, supported by both The Geological Society and The Geological Remote Sensing Group and taking place between 19th – 21st October 2021, will be an international celebration of geological mapping.

We will explore its historical importance and future directions, and how this form of mapping can help to deduce Earth and planetary evolution and processes, in its wide context.

The program will explore Earth’s surface to subsurface realms, and during the 2021 Year of Space, we will travel beyond or our planet to extra-terrestrial bodies.

download the conference poster

Confirmed Keynote Speakers:

  • Kathryn Stack (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NASA)
  • Marc St-Onge (Geological Survey of Canada)
  • Karen Hanghoj (BGS Director)
  • Clare Bond (University of Aberdeen)
  • Matt Balme(Open University)
  • JohnDewey(UniversityCollege,Oxford)
  • MikeDaly(President of the Geological Society)

Call for Abstracts:

The Conference organisers invite both oral and poster abstract submissions for the meeting, and these should be sent via the link below, before 18th June 2021.

Abstracts should be approximately 250 words and include a title and acknowledgement of authors and their affiliations.