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Publications

New Departmental Publications

Our new publications database can be found here, this will contains all publications from 2006, all our older publications will soon be migrated here too.

Older publications can be found by using the links on staff members individual pages.

Historical Publications

The Library holds the offprint collections of:

  • A. Sedgwick
  • O.M.B. Bulman
  • T. McKenny Hughes
  • N.F. Hughes
  • W.A. Macfadyen
  • M. Black
  • H. Jeffreys
  • O. Fisher
  • A. Harker  
  • E. Bullard

plus the Department's own geological and mineralogical tract collections.

The Library also holds the reprint collections of R. G. West and H. Godwin which have been transferred here from Plant Sciences.

Please contact the if you would like to view material from the collections.

Research Excellence Framework (REF) & Symplectic guide

Symplectic is a publications management system chosen by the University's REF Administrative teamto gather publication data about departments and their authors.

An introductory guide to using Symplectic has been produced and can be found here.

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International team head to Papua New Guinea to measure volcanic carbon degassing

Sep 01, 2016

An international team of scientists is traveling to the islands of Papua New Guinea this September to study degassing from active volcanoes in remote jungles there. Some of these volcanoes are among the most active on Earth, ejecting a significant proportion of global volcanic gases into the atmosphere.

Mistaken Point - Canada's 10th geological World Heritage Site

Aug 02, 2016

The ancient rugged coastline of Mistaken Point on Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula face the winds and waves of the Atlantic Ocean. It can be a difficult place to work, but nevertheless it has been a mecca for geologists for over several decades now.

An underestimated Kevan

Jul 21, 2016

Douglas Palmer on the Sedgwick Museum’s giant Pliosaurus cf. kevani in the latest edition of Geoscientist

Oesia – a new tube worm from deep Cambrian times

Jul 21, 2016

Collections up close, Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences

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