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History Of Geology Group | Home About Us Join Us Contact Us My Basket Meetings The HOGG Blog Publications Newsletter Archive of past meetings European Oil & Gas Industry History conference The focus of the conference will be to examine the history and heritage of the oil industry from the earliest onshore drilling (and digging) to its development into the industry that we know today. Read More A contemporary William Smith map A contemporary interpretation of William Smith’s 1815 geological map has been created by Bristol artist Rodney Harris, coloured using material collected from the actual rocks represented on Smith’s map. Read More New biography of James Sowerby James Sowerby (1757-1822) was an outstanding artist and natural historian, renowned for his discoveries and prodigious output of beautiful, scientific books of plants, fungi, animals, fossils and minerals, all at a key historical time: the age of Enlightenment in Great Britain. Beautifully illustrated with artwork and letter and manuscript extracts, this first full biography of Sowerby is a fascinating artistic and historical account, which extends beyond that of one key player. Read More October 2015: The Geology of the Marches (Ludlow) The Geology of the Marches symposium is taking place in Ludlow between Friday 2nd to Sunday 4th October in Ludlow. Get all the details about the conference on the official website. Read More The Past and Future Great Cascadian Earthquakes Geology, ethnology, and history collaborated in the past two decades to provide us with a complete picture of the Pacific Northwest’s Cascadian subduction zone and its past high-magnitude earthquakes. As an excellent article in The New Yorker makes clear, this information could not have come at a better time, as the next big quake may strike in the next few decades and we remain woefully underprepared for its disastrous consequences. Read More ? Older Entries Meetings November 2016: Military Aspects of Engineering Geology: Past and Present Newsletter Newsletter 56 (February 2016) Newsletter 55 (October 2015) HOGG Blog European Oil & Gas Industry History conference A contemporary William Smith map Recent Publications Now out: HoGG publication on Geology and Medicine The Making of the Geological Society of London – CLE Lewis and SJ Knell (eds), 2009. Past Meetings Past Meeting: March 2016: ‘Behind the Scenes’ visit to the National History Museum Past Meeting: October 2015: Visit to the Eyles Collection, Bristol, and lecture by John Grotzinger Website by Cognitive Dissonance

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