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Geology / Geomorphology / Geography organisations

The Association for Geographic Information
The Association for Geographic Information represents all interests which make up the UK Geographic Information Systems community.
British Geological Survey
The British Geological Survey (BGS) is the UK’s foremost supplier of geoscience solutions and is active in areas such as land-use planning, waste disposal, hydrocarbons exploration, civil engineering, minerals extraction, contaminated land, seismic and geohazard evaluation and understanding climate change.
British Society for Geomorphology
Formerly known as the British Geomorphic Research Group, the BSG is the professional organisation for geomorphologists in the British Isles. Its aim is to provide a community and services for all those involved in teaching or research in geomorphology.
Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
Formerly the Institute of Hydrology at Walingford, UK. Conducts research in the land and freshwater environmental sciences.
Centre for Quaternary Research
Based at Royal Holloway University London. Promotes research into Quaternary environmental change.
Edinburgh Geological Society
One of the largest geological societies in the UK. Maintains an extensive library of geological literature.
Geographical Magazine
The online version of the magazine from the Royal Geographical Society.
The Geological Society, London
The UK’s national geological learned society and professional body for UK geoscientists. Celebrated it’s 200th anniversary in 2007.
The Geologist’s Association
Celebrating it’s 150th anniversary in 2008, the GA acts as a forum for the exchange of information, and it is a way for professionals and enthusiasts of all ages to meet people with similar interests.
Geological Survey of Ireland
Leading supplier of geological and geotechnical information in the Republic of Ireland.
International Union of Geological Sciences
International society promoting geology through broad-based projects.
Institute of geologists of Ireland
Ireland’s professional body for geologists.
Mineralogical Society of Great Britain & Ireland
International organisation for those interested in mineralogy.
National Environment Research Council
UK Government funded organisation responsible for promotion of geology and related environmental studies. Main source for funding of academic research.
The Ocean Drilling Program in the UK
Information from the British Geological Survey about the IDOP in the UK.
Ordnance Survey
Supplier of topographic maps and other geographic information relating to England, Scotland and Wales.
The Palaeontological Association
One of the world’s leading learned societies dealing with the promotion of palaeontology. Based at Berkeley University, California.
Quaternary Research Association
UK-based society with worldwide membership responsible for the promotion of studies of the Quaternary. Publishers of the Journal of Quaternary Science.
Rockwatch
The club for young geologists.
The Royal Geographical Society
World leading learned society and professional body advancing geographical science. Includes the Institute of British Geographers.
Geological Society of America
Organisation responsible for promoting geology and related studies in the United States.
US Geological Survey
This is the home page of the US Geological Survey. It provides access to all levels of expertise and from all sectors.

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