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Geological Survey Ireland releases groundwater flooding maps and live turlough data servicehttps://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Geological-Survey-Ireland-releases-groundwater-flooding-maps-and-live-turlough-data-service.aspxGeological Survey Ireland releases groundwater flooding maps and live turlough data serviceLaunch of Geological Survey Ireland Groundwater Flood Mapping and Hydrometric Web Service 14/07/2020 23:00:00
Dimension Stone / Stone Built Ireland Project Agreement - Signedhttps://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Dimension-Stone--Stone-Built-Ireland-Project-Agreement---Signed.aspxDimension Stone / Stone Built Ireland Project Agreement - SignedGeological Survey Ireland recently signed this collaboration agreement between GSI, TCD & OPW, with the aim of documenting building and decorative stone in Ireland to inform interested parties of the sources for suitable replacement stone in restoration work and to develop a greater awareness among the general public.28/06/2020 23:00:00
Quaternary Mapping of Areas in Wexford 2020https://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Quaternary-Mapping-Project.aspxQuaternary Mapping of Areas in Wexford 2020​Taking advantage of the extensive and detailed information generated over the course of the Tellus Project, Quaternary mapping will start in July 2020 in rural parts of Co Wexford. 18/06/2020 23:00:00
Return of the ocean-bottom seismometers: a GSI part-funded research projecthttps://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/DIAS-return-of-the-ocean-bottom-seismometers-a-GSI-part-funded-research-project.aspxReturn of the ocean-bottom seismometers: a GSI part-funded research projectFor the last two weeks, a team from the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies was on board RV Celtic Explorer to retrieve the seismometers from the ocean floor with new exciting data.14/05/2020 23:00:00
Irish Sea earthquake 14 May 2020https://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Irish-Sea-earthquake-14-May-2020.aspxIrish Sea earthquake 14 May 2020On 14 May 2020 at 03:52:54 UTC, an earthquake of magnitude M0.6 occurred in the Irish Sea. The earthquake located approximately 20km east of the Isle of Man, and occurred at a depth of 3km.14/05/2020 23:00:00
Copernicus Sentinels to improve Coastal Management Systemshttps://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Copernicus-Sentinels-to-improve-Coastal-Management-Systems.aspxCopernicus Sentinels to improve Coastal Management SystemsThe Coastal Change from Space consortium brought together a professional team to capture the needs of its expert User Group comprising the British Geological Survey, IH Cantabria in Spain, Geological Survey Ireland, and ARCTUS Canada.11/05/2020 23:00:00
GSI Flash Talks on Oxford Geoheritage Virtual Conference YouTube Channelhttps://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Oxford-Geoheritage-Virtual-Conference.aspxGSI Flash Talks on Oxford Geoheritage Virtual Conference YouTube ChannelGSI staff presented Flash Talks at Oxford Geoheritage Virtual Conference in May 2020 now on YouTube Channel10/05/2020 23:00:00
EGU Debate 2020: 'Managing our mineral resources for a sustainable future: The role of Earth Scientists'https://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/EGU-Debate-2020-Managing-our-mineral-resources-for-a-sustainable-future.aspxEGU Debate 2020: 'Managing our mineral resources for a sustainable future: The role of Earth Scientists'The EGU Great Debate was organised by GSI Research Manager Dr Aoife Braiden to generate an open discussion about our natural resources and the role of Earth Scientists in achieving a more sustainable future.07/05/2020 23:00:00
Geological Survey Ireland showcasing projects online at the European Geological Union General Assembly 2020https://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/GSI-showcasing-projects-at-EGU-2020.aspxGeological Survey Ireland showcasing projects online at the European Geological Union General Assembly 2020The annual European Geological Union (EGU) General Assembly usually brings 16,000 attendees to Vienna for one of the largest geoscience meetings in the world. This year it moved online for EGU2020: Sharing Geoscience Online from 4 – 8 May, Geological Survey Ireland participated in a number of sessions, listed below with links to abstracts06/05/2020 23:00:00
Update from new INFOMAR Masters module specialising in remote sensing and seabed mapping principleshttps://www.gsi.ie/ga-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/New-Masters-module-specialising-in-remote-sensing-and-the-principles-of-seabed-mapping-.aspxUpdate from new INFOMAR Masters module specialising in remote sensing and seabed mapping principlesThe level 9 post-graduate module, Marine Remote Sensing – INFOMAR, was run at the start of February as part of NUIM’s Masters Course in GIS and Remote Sensing and teaches students about the science of seabed mapping by providing a combination of class based learning and practical offshore survey experience.05/05/2020 23:00:00