AHGS
Department of Earth Sciences conference
7th June 2016
Durham University

Timetable

 
 
Posters/Lunch   Hydrocarbons & Structural Geology   Environmental
  Geochemistry and Geodynamics

 
Tuesday 6th June 2017
TR3
09:15-09:30
Izzy Ashman
09:30-09:45
Alex Hornby
09:45-10:00
Heather Martin
10:00-10:15
Erin Cullen
10:15-10:30
Fiona Rea
10:30-11:00
Coffee
 
11:00-11:15
Catherine Mascord
11:15-11:30
Zoe Hodges
11:30-11:45
Hamish Couper
11:45-12:00
Lewis Li
12:00-12:15
Ellie Desouza
12:15-12:30
Emma Ownsworth
12:30-12:45
Josh Folds
12:45-14:00
Poster Session I/Lunch
 
 
 
 
 
14:00-14:15
Olivia Adams
14:15-14:30
Josh Currie
14:30-14:45
Daniel Gibson
14:45-15:00
Caitlin Johnston
15:00-15:30
GUEST SPEAKER - Sue Loughlin
15:30-17:00
Poster session II/drinks
 
 
 
 
 

 

On the day ...

Following online registration, on the day, you will need to register your arrival at the conference at the registration desk at the entrance of TR1 which will be staffed throughout the day. You will be given an abstract volume and a hand stamp so that you can come and go as you please and get your free lunch!

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Poster sessions, food and drinks reception

Coffee/lunch/drinks will be served in TR1 & 2 (the Poster rooms).

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Awards

Awards for the best talks and posters will be presented in TR 1 & 2 at 16:00.

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Guest Speaker

Dr Sue Loughlin started working for British Geological Survey (BGS) in 1995 after finishing a PhD at Durham University on the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, Iceland. She has been Head of Volcanology at the BGS since 2008 and leads a team of scientists studying topics from volcanic processes to interdisciplinary science and volcanic risk funded by research grants, commercial grants and BGS funds (30%). She worked at the Montserrat Volcano Observatory as Deputy Chief Scientist between 1997 and 1999 and then as Director from 2004 to 2006. At MVO she first compiled short- and long-term hazards assessments and was involved in development and application of novel volcanic risk assessment methodologies. She was instrumental in the UK response to the 2010 eruption of the Eyjafjallajokull volcano and the inclusion of volcanic risk in the UK National Risk Register. Dr Loughlin has worked in Ethiopia, Tanzania, Iceland, Ecuador, Colombia, Mexico, St Vincent and Montserrat. Dr Loughlin was awarded an MBE for Services to Volcanology in 2014 and the Thermo-Fisher Award from the Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group in 2017. She co-leads the Global Volcano Model network with Professor Sparks at Bristol University.

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