Recordings of lectures given during Session 164 (2021-2022) and later sessions are available on YouTube. The links are given below.

Session 166 (2023-2024)

12 October 2023
Professor Jane Evans, British Geological Survey
A boatload of Vikings: isotope evidence from a mass execution in Weymouth
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUtCfCZxP1o

9 November 2023
Professor Tony Prave, University of St Andrews
Birth of the Dalradian Supergroup and its path through Neoproterozoic Earth history
https://youtu.be/tnsw0mQu0zI

7 December 2023
Professor Craig Storey, University of Portsmouth
The onset of modern plate tectonics
https://youtu.be/nQGFjAl1asY

11 January 2024
Dr Steven Hollis, University of Edinburgh
Closing the Iapetus Ocean: late arc and ophiolite formation in the Grampian Orogeny and implications for UK mineral potential and metal security
https://youtu.be/LeJ_Tg5iPxc

8 February 2024
Toni Galloway, University of St Andrews
Using hotspring systems as analogues to conditions on early Mars
https://youtu.be/JrBoDYrsHfs

Session 165 (2022-2023)

13 October 2022
Dr Rebecca Paisley, Exploration Geochemist, Cornish Lithium
Lithium in Cornwall: the foundation for a responsible UK battery supply chain
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gIMIJL38UY

10 November 2022
Megan Jacobs, University of Portsmouth
Walking with giants: on the banks of a 130-million-year-old river
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VmcpGwVMvbI

8 December 2022
Associate Professor Quentin Crowley, Trinity College, Dublin
Integrating geology into Ireland’s radon map
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CmeXbwV73m0

12 January 2023
Professor Mark Williams, University of Leicester
The Anthropocene: a planetary scale change to the biosphere; and the future well-being of planet Earth
https://youtu.be/e7zFTtKVikw
The sound quality of this recording is very poor, but the slides are excellent and can be followed. Professor Williams has kindly supplied a pdf of the talk and a link to a very similar talk he did at the recent Palaeontological  Association AGM.
Link to the pdf file of the Glasgow talk
Link to the Pal Ass talk

Session 164 (2021-2022)

14 October 2021
Professor Mike Searle, University of Oxford
Tectonics and mountain building in the Himalaya
https://youtu.be/csgaui2xXZM

9 December 2021
Dr Neil Clark, Hunterian Museum (Retiring Presidential Address)
Dinosaurs from Muck
https://youtu.be/bbu1KsctvLo

13 January 2021
Dr Emrys Phillips, British Geological Survey, Edinburgh
Deformed dirt: the deformation caused by glaciers and ice sheets
https://youtu.be/XXxPSTM2tzQ

10 February 2021
Dr Andrew Finlayson, British Geological Survey, Edinburgh
Below the bonnie banks – investigating Loch Lomond’s subaqueous Quaternary landscape
https://youtu.be/6oyTUO_IRCM

10 March 2021
Noel Williams, Lochaber Geopark
Big boulders of Scotland
https://youtu.be/C8fWpPeHdxk

14 April 2021
Professor Colin Ballantyne, University of St Andrews
Landslides, glaciation and the evolution of mountain landscapes during the Quaternary

https://youtu.be/8ALgMJVXUB0

12 May 2021
Members’ night

Matthew Statis
Accessing the sedimentary record of ocean acidification prior to the K/Pg mass extinction
https://youtu.be/vGxsFKOZ15g

Simon Cuthbert
The beast of Linn Park: Arthropleura trail by the White Cart Water
https://youtu.be/BRcqVy61W3s

David Webster (Strathclyde Geoconservation Group)
Glasgow area geological exposures:  reconnaissance trips to Campsie Glen, River Kelvin and Overtoun
https://youtu.be/HbopawhoNaA

David Webster (Fossil Grove Trust)
Fossil Grove renovation project
https://youtu.be/b8Ni-AReR7g