Introduction ■ Director's Discourse ■ The Role of Geoscience in Society ■ World Geoscience Conference ■ International Co-operation and Agreements ■ Griffith Geoscience Research Awards ■ 2008 - International Year of Planet Earth ■ GeoUrban Dublin Project ■ New Burren Map ■ IYPE/Du Noyer Competition ■ Launch of INFOMAR Website and Product Range ■ Mapping Potential Landslide Hazards ■ Groundwater Vulnerability Mapping ■ An Intern's Life
Results of the IYPE/Du Noyer Geological Photography Competition
This years competition proved to be very popular, generating the highest ever number of entries.
The results are as follows.
1st Prize - Sarah Gatley, GSI
2nd Prize - Ross Harding, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny
3rd Prize - Dick Keely, Castletroy, Limerick
Foreign category winner - Hauke Steinberg, Dublin
||Red and green mudstones of the Silurian Salrock formation, showing folding and fractures of late Silurian deformation.|
Glassilaun, Renvyle, Connemara.
Photo by Sarah Gatley
||Sea Arch at Loop Head, Co Clare.|
Photo by Ross Harding
||Bedded Carboniferous Sandstone|
Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare.
Photo by Dick Keely
||Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina.|
The 250 km2 ice formation is 30 km in length and one of the 48 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes system shared with Chile.
Photo by Hauke Steinberg