Thread: Bullerwell Lecture at EGU 2023

Started: 2023-03-21 09:42:14
Last activity: 2023-03-21 09:42:14
Topics: EGU Meetings
2023-03-21 09:42:14
Dear Colleagues,

If you are heading to EGU this year, don’t forget to add the Bullerwell Lecture to your schedule.

The Bullerwell Lecture: Variability of earthquakes, faults, and the resulting seismic hazard
Thu, 27 Apr, 19:00–20:00 (CEST)
Room F2

This lecture, to be given by ‘An outstanding early career geoscientist’ has been presented each year since 1981 and is one of the principal events in the British Geophysical Association calendar. The Bullerwell lecture, named after the first Chief Geophysicist of the British Geological Survey, is a prestigious event that has been given by many of those UK geophysicists who are major international Earth Scientists, receiving honours from a wide range of learned societies, academic and governmental institutions.

This year the Bullerwell lecture is given by Dr. Zoe Mildon from the University of Plymouth, U.K.. Zoe’s research is focused on understanding tectonics, active faulting and earthquakes. She currently holds a prestigious UKRI Future Leaders Fellowship investigating earthquake interaction and seismic hazard.

Kind Regards,

Dr. Jessica Johnson
Associate Professor in Geophysics
Director of Admissions
Course Director Geophysics
School of Environmental Sciences

University of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
Tel: 01603 593086
Email: jessica.johnson<at>

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