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Inside geoscience

The 'modern' study of the Earth  began in Scotland, and one name and work are irrevocably associated with that ”new” science: James Hutton and his Theory of the Earth, first published by the Royal Societ…

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Science Scotland, Issue 14, Summer 2013ContentsForewordProfile SUERCAbout IsotopesDid you know?SUERC - From outer space to outer HebridesThe collaborative ethosInterview Professor Kathy WhalerDid you know?Interview Professor Sandy TudhopeProfile: Professor Sandy TudhopeInterview Professor Chris HawkesworthProfile: Professor Chris HawkesworthProfile Parkmead GroupParkmead GroupInterview Professor Maggie CusackBack to the futureDid you know?New geological horizonsInterview Professor Hugh SinclairProfile: Professor Hugh SinclairInterview Professor Rod BrownProfile: Professor Rod Brown

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Contents Articles by Peter Barr...


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Foreword Earth science in Scotland: A modern tradition...


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Profile SUERC A little bit of everything...


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About Isotopes The existence of isotopes was first suggested by the English radiochemist Frederick Soddy in 1912 .......


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Did you know? How we know the age of the Earth...


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SUERC - From outer space to outer Hebrides Researchers at the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC) are asked to investigate all sorts of mysteries, from billions of yea...


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The collaborative ethos "There can be some advantages not to be a geoscientists," says Tony Fallick, the former director of the Scottish Universities Environmental ...


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Interview Professor Kathy Whaler Magnetic field personality...


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Did you know? Why Mars has got no atmosphere ......


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Interview Professor Sandy Tudhope Corals key to understanding climate change...


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Profile: Professor Sandy Tudhope Main research interests of Sandy Tudhope...


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Interview Professor Chris Hawkesworth Deep time, deep thinking...


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Profile: Professor Chris Hawkesworth Main research interests of Chris Hawkesworth...


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Profile Parkmead Group "The future is smaller..."...


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Parkmead Group How does subsurface geology help oil and gas exploration?...


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Interview Professor Maggie Cusack Back to the future...


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Back to the future Analytical techniques used in the School of Geographical and Earth Sciences at the University of Glasgow:...


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Did you know? Biominerals help us keep our balance .......


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New geological horizons Landscape evolution is an aspect of geology that everyone can understand – at least when it comes to the basics.  But new technologies ha...


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Interview Professor Hugh Sinclair Global changemaker...


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Profile: Professor Hugh Sinclair Main research interests of Hugh Sinclair...


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Interview Professor Rod Brown New answers for very old questions...


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Profile: Professor Rod Brown Main research interests of Rod Brown...


 

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