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The Institute of Geologists of Ireland was formed in 1999 to promote the geosciences in Ireland and to represent the professional interests of its members. Membership is open to all practising geoscientists who meet the required standards of qualification and experience, and the IGI operates with the support of all the major geoscience based technical societies.  Read more about IGI »

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Forensic Geology and its application to Crime, Police and Law Enforcement

Institute of Geologists of Ireland / Geological Survey of Ireland Evening Seminar - Forensic Geology: The Applications of Geology to Crime,Police and Law Enforcement. 5pm, Thursday 2nd June 2016, Geological Survey of Ireland (Haddington Road, Beggar’s Bush, Dublin, Ireland, D04 K7X4)

Civil Structural Health Monitoring (CSHM-6)

Queen's University Belfast are hosting the 6th workshop on Civil Structural Health Monitoring (CSHM-6) on the 26th and 27th of May.

Groundwater in Fractured Bedrock Environments

10 June 2016 - Queen's University, Belfast. Across the UK & Ireland, fractured bedrock aquifers have been traditionally regarded as low productivity aquifers, with only limited relevance to regional groundwater resources. But it has been increasingly recognised that these complex bedrock aquifers can play an important role in catchment management and subsurface energy systems.