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Earth & Ocean Sciences
Graduation ceremony

Monday 13th July 2:30pm

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Dianne Edward's paper features in Royal Society 350th celebratory publications 

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New papers accepted for publication

 

 

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Sponsorship agreement for undergraduate placements and Guiding Light

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Response to UK 2013 greenhouse gas emision data

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Concentric scratches caused by fracture and spinning during drilling resolve a climate change controversy 

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REF 2014 results announced 18 December

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Microscopes donated to Maldivian school 

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Dianne Edwards has been elected to be a member of the  Academia Europaea 

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Celebrating excellence

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Link between carbon emissions and damage to marine ecosystems poorly understood

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A study of the Amazon River basin shows lowland rivers carrying large volumes of sediment meander more than those carrying less sediment.

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Ian Hall speaking at the GW4 launch at the House of Commons.

 

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Lisa Mol has won the 2014 Southern Wales Geological Society Regional Group’s Early Career Geologist Award

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Lucy Taylor, marine geography graduate, wins 2014 best dissertation prize

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EARTH is on Twitter!

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Cardiff Marine Geography ranked first in UK for student satisfaction

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International Studentship

A fully-funded PhD scholarship (fees and stipend) has recently become available in the School for international students.

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Enrolment information for the 2014–2015 academic year

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Prof Pearce will receive his medal and give a short lecture – "Geochemical Fingerprinting of Rocks and Minerals" – at the Society's President's Day on 4 June.

30 May 2014

As the Geological Society of London explains, "the Murchison Medal is regarded very highly by the Society and is not normally awarded on the basis of a few good papers or achievements. The Murchison Medal is normally given to people who have made a significant contribution to the science by means of a substantial body of research and for contributions to 'hard' rock studies."

The citation for the award to Prof Pearce will be available via this link following the presentation ceremony on 4 June.