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Launch of DECC’s Research & Innovation Strategyhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Launch-of-DECC’s-Research--Innovation-Strategy.aspxLaunch of DECC’s Research & Innovation StrategyLaunch of DECC's Research & Innovation Strategy by Minister Ryan08/05/2024 23:00:00
Terra Soil Conferencehttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Terra-Soil-Conference.aspxTerra Soil ConferenceThe Tellus programme at Geological Survey Ireland, in conjunction with Teagasc, held the Terra Soil final conference at the Ashtown Research Centre, Dublin on 12 April.23/04/2024 23:00:00
New Article in Coastal Erosion from Spacehttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/New-Article-in-Coastal-Erosion-from-Space.aspxNew Article in Coastal Erosion from Space Xavier Monteys from the Marine and Coastal Unit in Geological Survey Ireland and Yeray Castillo, a Geological Survey Ireland funded PHd candidate of Maynooth University are part of the ESA Coastal Erosion project, and have been working on a paper regarding ESA project application and their study site of Bull Island, Co. Dublin. 10/04/2024 23:00:00
Geological Survey Ireland at the EGU General Assembly 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Geological-Survey-Ireland-at-EGU2024.aspxGeological Survey Ireland at the EGU General Assembly 2024The European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly stands as Europe's premier gathering for the geosciences, drawing over 16,000 scientists. This event serves as a platform for earth, planetary, and space science professionals to share their work through oral presentations, posters, and PICOs01/04/2024 23:00:00
6 Graduate Geologist positions now available at Geological Survey Irelandhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Geological-Survey-Ireland-Graduate-Positions-2024.aspx6 Graduate Geologist positions now available at Geological Survey Ireland6 positions are now open for graduate geologists to work for 11 months and gain valuable experience in the Earth Science sector in Ireland.28/03/2024 00:00:00
UNESCO Names 18 New Geoparkshttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/UNESCO_18Geoparks.aspxUNESCO Names 18 New GeoparksUNESCO has endorsed the addition of 18 new global geoparks to the UNESCO Geoparks network. This brings the total number of geoparks to 213 in 48 countries.27/03/2024 00:00:00
New paper in journal Sustainabilityhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/New-paper-in-journal-Sustainability.aspxNew paper in journal SustainabilitySophie O'Connor from the Urban Geology Programme in GSI, is part of a sub-groop within the EGS Urban Geology Expert Group (UGEG) and has been working on a paper to follow up on de Mulder's 1993 position paper on urban geology in Europe.22/03/2024 00:00:00
Activity Map 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Activity-Map-2024.aspxActivity Map 2024​Each year Geological Survey Ireland publish a map to highlight where are programmes will be carrying out work called the Activity Map. This shows all of the activities planned to take place during the year for all of our programmes. I20/03/2024 00:00:00
Tellus Soil Sampling in Urban Areas Completed Ahead of Schedulehttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Tellus-Soil-Sampling-in-Urban-Areas0313-8469.aspxTellus Soil Sampling in Urban Areas Completed Ahead of Schedule​The Tellus soil sampling campaign has successfully wrapped up its operations ahead of schedule in the urban areas of Galway, Limerick, Cork, and Waterford.13/03/2024 00:00:00
Hydrological update and flood outlook at Lough Funshinagh, Co Roscommon, March 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Hydrological-update-and-flood-outlook-at-Lough-Funshinagh,-Co-Roscommon.aspxHydrological update and flood outlook at Lough Funshinagh, Co Roscommon, March 2024Geological Survey Ireland has been monitoring flood levels at Lough Funshinagh, Co Roscommon since 2016. Recent work commissioned by the Geological survey has focused on analysing possible future flood behaviours at the Lough. This work was carried out by consultants MKO Ireland based on models previously developed by SETU.11/03/2024 00:00:00