Yorkshire Geological Society

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Yorkshire Geological Society

The Yorkshire Geological Society is a knowledgeable, professional and educational charity dedicated to the earth sciences, founded in 1837. Its work is involved on the geology of Yorkshire, and northern England more usually, ranging from Northumbria & Cumbria in the north to Nottinghamshire & Leicestershire in the south. The Society has more than 650 members, the majority existing within this region but with major proportions of UK national and overseas members. It also has working relations with around two dozen Equivalent Societies and other affiliated local geological and conservation societies and with various universities of the region, as well as through the British Geological Survey, mainly its headquarters at Key worth, Nottinghamshire. The Society runs an inclusive programme of both indoor and field gatherings for members, public lectures and conferences in many locations across its region and manages and promotes with the Equivalent Societies every May. The Society too publishes on the earth sciences, remarkably in its biannual Proceedings, published constantly since 1839, and it’s Circular, published seven times a year. The Society also publishes conference reports, field guides and books from time to time.

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