Past Events

NSGG Annual General Meeting (AGM)

Dear Member’s, The NSGG would like to extend an invitation to all to attend our Annual General Meeting (AGM). This event marks a significant opportunity for us to come together as a community, reflect on the past years activities, and chart our course for the future. Everyone is is welcome to attend the AGM, however…
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Recent Advances in Archaeological Geophysics & Forensic Geoscience

1-day event from the Near Surface Geophysics Group of the Geological Society. Venue: Burlington House, London & Online 6th December 2022  Convenors:  Paul Linford – Historic England, Matt Guy, Geomatrix Earth Science Ltd, The Near Surface Geophysics Group of the Geological Society of London (NSGG) is pleased to announce the fifteenth in a…
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SEG Drone Magnetics Guidelines

Soon after the first Summit on Drone Geophysics in 2020, a multi-national multi-discipline committee was formed to discuss and develop Guidelines for Drone Geophysics. The vision for the document covers many aspects pertaining to the collection of drone-enabled geophysical data including survey design, data processing, flight operations, and safety. At 12:00 UTC on Saturday 12…
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EAGE Near Surface Special Edition

The EAGE Infrastructure Planning, Monitoring and BIM division of Near Surface Geophysics invites you to submit an article for the special issue: Geophysics for Infrastructure Planning, Monitoring and BIM. Call for Paper Now Open With the increased focus on infrastructure of engineered structures and the move to integrated models (up to city scale) the geophysical…
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Virtual Event: Recent Advances in Archaeological Geophysics 2021

A 1-day online event from the Near Surface Geophysics Group of the Geological Society. Venue: Online ‘Collaborate’ session, University of Leeds 19th February 2021  Convenors:  Adam Booth – School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds; email: Paul Linford – Historic England, Fort Cumberland, Eastney, Portsmouth The Near Surface Geophysics Group (NSGG) of the…
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Geophysical Skills Development for Environmental Scientists Workshop

The Geological Society Accredited course is designed for postgraduate research students and early career researchers who wish to learn about the theory, practice and real-world application of environmental geophysics for research and career development. Dates: This event has be postponed until later in the year. It involves a five-day Keele-based workshop where attendees will learn…
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Forensic Geophysics & Forensic Geoscience 2020

A 1 day joint meeting of the Near Surface Geophysics and Forensic Geoscience Groups of the Geological Society. Venue: Online Date: 2nd of December 2020 Wednesday 2nd Dec 2020: Forensic Geology: helping solve Serious Crimes Convenors:    Dr Alastair Ruffell, School of the Natural, Built Environment, Queen’s University, Belfast, N.Ireland, BT7 1NN; email: This…
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New Advances in Geophysics 2019

Geophysics in the Critical Zone: Modern Approaches to Characterising Near-Surface Materials The British Geophysical Association and the Near Surface Geophysics Group of the Geological Society of London are pleased to announce that 2019’s New Advances in Geophysics meeting will focus on Geophysics in the Critical Zone – the upper 10s of metres of the ground…
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Geological Society Environment Network

Communication is key to engaging stakeholders about challenges ranging from diminishing resources, the production of hazardous wastes, contaminated land, marine and atmospheric pollution, climate change, and the effects of emerging pollutants. The afternoon will explore the role that scientists need to play as communicators and the role the Environment Network can play in facilitating communication…
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NSGG Field Exhibition 2019

The NSGG biennial field exhibition provides an opportunity for commercial enterprises and academics working within the field of near surface geophysical exploration to get hands on with the latest instrumentation offered by leading manufacturers. The event draws over 10 equipment manufacturers, suppliers and software developers.