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Geodiary focus

Entries are invited for the 2000 Glossop award, organised by the Engineering Group of the Geological Society.

Open to practising engineering geologists under 30 years of age, the deadline is 31 May. Entrants must be a fellow of the Geological Society and be training for, or already be, a chartered geologist. The winner of the fourth annual award will present their paper at the Royal Institution of Great Britain in London on 7 November at 5pm.

The presentation will be followed by the Glossop lecture Reading the ground: morphology and geology in site appraisal, given by Professor John Hutchinson.

For more details and an application form, contact Andrew Pitchford, at CIRIA, tel: 020 72228891; fax: 020 7222 1708.

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