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Tectonic Studies Group

Tectonic Studies Group

The Tectonic Studies Group (TSG) promotes research in structural geology and tectonics by:

  • Convening 'Thematic Meetings' on topical issues
  • Holding an annual 'research in progress' meeting which encourages contribution from postgraduates
  • Awarding the Ramsay medal and other prizes at its annual meeting
  • encouraging collaboration with industry, other geoscience disciplines and fellow tectonic research organisations
  • Funding early career researchers and organising field trips

Membership is open to anyone who attends a TSG meeting.

TSG elsewhere online

Visit our website for information on the group and our activities, events, awards and prizes.

We also tweet from @TSG_since1970.

Our events

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Tectonic Studies Group: 50th anniversary meeting - TSG@50

04 September 2020

Venue: The Geological Society, Burlington House, London

  • Specialist Group

POSTPONED - William Smith Meeting 2020: Geological mapping - of our world and others

06 - 08 October 2020

Venue: The Geological Society, Burlington House, London

  • Conference

NEW DATE - William Smith Meeting 2021: Geological mapping - of our world and others

19 - 21 October 2021

Venue: The Geological Society, Burlington House, London

  • Conference
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Committee

Chair

Ken McCaffrey

Treasurer

Laura Gregory

Secretaries

Jennifer Roberts

Eddie Dempsey - Gen Sec

Casey Nixon - Policies

GEO_TECTONICS Mailing List

TSG use the GEO_TECTONICS mailing list as it’s main source of information dissemination.

Administered by John Whalley it can be joined by sending a one line email message to:

jiscmail@jiscmail.ac.uk

The text of the message should be:

join geo-tectonics - your first name - your last name

The list, since it’s inception, has become much broader than TSG, but it is a great way of keeping up to date with research and issues in structure and tectonics.