Early Career Geoscientists Evening
  • Plymouth Lecture Theatre, Portland Square Building, University of Plymouth

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The Geological Society (South West branch) is delighted to present an evening of talks and networking. 

Early Career Geoscientists will give 12-15 minute presentations with time for questions and the best presentation will be selected at the end of the evening. The winner of the regional competition will be invited to attend the finals of the Early Career Award in Burlington House (London) later in the month.

This event is open to all and no booking is required. Doors open at 18:00 for 18:30 start.

Please contact sarah.boulton@plymouth.ac.uk for further information.

Time Title of presentation  Speaker
18:00 Drinks and networking
18:30 Understanding the mobility of volcanic landslides through sedimentology and grain size distribution Symeon Makris, University of Plymouth
18:45 Orbital pacing of large fluctuations in wildfire activity during the Pliensbachian in the Mochras borehole, North West Wales, UK Teuntje Hollaar, Camborne School of Mines
19:00 Potters Lea, Kingsteignton Amir Abbasi, CGL
19:15 Deep geothermal energy from the Cornubian Batholith: preliminary lithological and heat flow insights from the United Downs Deep Geothermal Power Project Chris Dalby, Camborne School of Mines
19:30 Fluvial archives of north-west African climate and tectonic evolution, Atlas Mountains, central Morocco Jesse Zondervan, University of Plymouth
19:45 Discussion and announcement of regional heat champion

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