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Exploring the evidence for ancient glaciations in the Garvellachs

Posted on 23 July 2018 Richard Waller visits the Garvellach islands in Western Scotland.
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Channel 4 collaboration on the Black Death

Posted on 20 July 2018 Jamie Pringle and team involved in Channel 4 collaboration on the Black Death
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Near-Surface Geophysics Group Annual PostGraduate Symposium 2018

Posted on 19 July 2018 Best poster for MSc Geoscience Research student, Anna-Marie Jones
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Excellence Award for Cerys Jones!

Posted on 21 June 2018 Keele Excellence Award for Cerys!
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Professor Peter Styles reports on the relationship between fracking and historic coal mining

Posted on 23 May 2018 Professor Emeritus of Geophysics, Peter Styles has compiled a report on fracking and its relationship to historic coal mining which has been delivered to Parliament
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Why mineral reactions matter

Posted on 02 May 2018 The international team of geoscientists including GGE's Dr Ralf Halama, investigated metamorphic rocks that act as recorders of processes deep down in the Earth’s interior.
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Alix Cage at The Arctic University of Norway

Posted on 10 May 2018 Dr Alix Cage at The Arctic University of Norway
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Erasmus teaching and research exchange for Ian Oliver

Posted on 02 May 2018 Dr Ian Oliver has a week-long Erasmus+ visit to University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland, for a teaching and research exchange.
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Santorini before the Late Bronze Age (Minoan) eruption

Posted on 09 May 2018 A study by an international research team, co-authored by Keele's Dr Ralf Gertisser, shows how Santorini looked like before the Minoan eruption.
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Loneliest tree in the world

Posted on 20 February 2018 Loneliest tree in the world marks new age for our planet