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Geohazards Geoengineering and Georesilience

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As the human population expands, so too does the range of interactions that humans have with their environment. Some of these may be pose a hazard to human safety and wellbeing. In other interactions, humans may pose a risk to ecosystems and the environment. Skills, research, and knowledge in the Earth sciences are vital to minimizing the risk of harm. The Geological Society is therefore launching a multi-year programme in the theme of Geohazards, Geoengineering & Georesilience.

The theme is led by Dr Anna Hicks, supported by Dr Aggie Georgiopoulou and Dr Irene Manzella.

  Dr Anna Hicks,  Dr Aggie Georgiopoulou and Dr Irene Manzella.

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Online Training: Geological Hazards: Their Occurrence, Monitoring and Mitigation - Problematic Soils: Peat

22 July 2024

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Online Training: Geological Hazards: Their Occurrence, Monitoring and Mitigation - Brownfield Sites

04 September 2024

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Online Training: Geological Hazards: Their Occurrence, Monitoring and Mitigation - Problematic Soils: Collapsible Soils

05 September 2024

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Online Training: Geological Hazards: Their Occurrence, Monitoring and Mitigation - Carbonate hazard: mining and dissolution

09 September 2024

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