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IAG News

Seismic surveys challenge the view that recent slowdowns in Greenland’s ice flow will continue in the long term, says a new study. [more]

The School of Earth and Environment will be strongly represented at the 2016 AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco this week (12th – 16th December). The Institute of Geophysics (IGT), Institute for Climate and Atmospherics Science...[more]

A new £6 million project led by the University of Leeds is predicted to bring a £50 million benefit to the Yorkshire economy by reducing the costs and impact of water-related threats to the region.  Bringing together...[more]

Read about our international students, where they're from and their research projects are on.[more]

Matt Grimshaw, a PhD student in our ores and mineralization research group has recently undertaken an internship at the Australian Resources Research Centre in Perth. “CSIRO is a government agency for scientific research in...[more]

ava(TM) Raising the bar for fluvial reservoir modelling

Petrotechnical Data Systems announces exclusive licencing agreement with the Fluvial Research Group at the University of Leeds for FAKTS The Fluvial Research Group at the University of Leeds has formed a partnership with...[more]

The Institute of Applied Geoscience will have a very strong presence at the International Association of Sedimentologists 2016 Meeting of Sedimentology, which will be held in Marrakech, Morocco, between the 23-25 May. A number...[more]

Researchers from the School of Earth and Environment will be in Vienna this week show casing their work at the European Geoscience Unions General Assembly (17th - 22nd April). Thomas Mueller and Jurgen Neuberg from the Institute...[more]

The Institute of Applied Geoscience will have a small number of staff and students in attendance at this year’s European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly, which will be held in Vienna, 17-22 April 2016. As in...[more]

Congratulations to Dr Tom Lynch, who has been awarded a White Rose Collaboration Fund award of £11,000 for the project “Comparative Risks of Hydraulic Fracturing for Shale Gas in the UK”. The aim of the project is to bring...[more]