Author: <span class="vcard">Niall</span>

Dear Members, Dr. Ian Sanders (Trinity College Dublin, emeritus) will be giving a talk on “Meteorites and the Origin of Planets” at the Geological Survey of Ireland on the 19th of October. Please see below for further details. Abstract: Most meteorites are fragments of our Solar System left over from its birth some 4.567 billion years ago, before the Earth was ‘born’.…

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Dear Members, Prof. Emeritus Chris Stillman (Trinity College Dublin) will be giving a talk on “The Volcanic Islands of the Atlantic” at the Geological Survey of Ireland on the 9th of March. Please see below for further details. Abstract: A review of the visible geology and proposed origin and structure of the supposed “Hot Spot” islands of the Canaries, Cape Verdes,…

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Dear Member, The Irish Geological Association’s Annual General Meeting is set for January 27th in the Geological Survey of Ireland, Beggars Bush, Dublin 4. This will entail a reading of the key reports from Council, the election of the new 2016 council, and the chance for any and all members to offer any comments, suggestions, observations on any aspect of…

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