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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 »

UPDATE Professional Hydrogeologists (May 2014):
Risk based Historical Landfill/ Contaminated Lands Assessment <click here>


 

Latest News

Communicating Geoscience: UTV studio bespoke training course

Friday 24th April 2015 10:00-17:30, UTV studios, Ormeau Road, Belfast

IGA Event: Coral reefs and biostromes from Carboniferous limestones of Morocco

Coral reefs and biostromes from Carboniferous limestones of Morocco: faunal composition, palaeoecology and palaeobiogeographic domains, Prof. Ian Somerville (UCD). 4th March, 18.30 -20.00 h, GSI, Beggar's Bush, Haddington Rd, D4

International Conference on New Technologies and Policies for Mining and Mining Products

“Pushing boundaries beyond - Circular by 2020?” The role of New Technologies and Policy Approaches for a future mining industry in Europe. 9 March 2015, 9:00h - 17:00h Venue: Main auditorium: Paccar Theatre, Science Gallery, The Naughton Institute, Trinity College Dublin.