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IAEG 2006 Engineering geology for tomorrow's cities

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6-10 September, University of Nottingham. 10th International congress of the International Association for Engineering Geology and the environment.

The conference will open with the Hans Cloos Lecture given by Robert Schuster, scientist emeritus, US Geological Survey, and will include the Geological Society's Glossop Lecture presented by Professor Robin Fell of the University of New South Wales, Australia.

There are 12 lecture themes, including geodata for the urban environment, the future of engineering geology, urban site investigation and planning and geohazards.

A choice of post-conference eld excursions will be arranged to sites in northern England and the Midlands, plus a four-day trip to the AlpTransit Rail Tunnel in Switzerland.

There is an early bird booking rate of £675 until 30 June, £800 thereafter. This includes accommodation but not the field trips. Reduced rates are available for those delegates who choose to arrange their own accommodation.

For more information on registering and on sponsorship opportunities, visit www: iaeg2006. com; email: contact@iaeg2006. com

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