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Clay Minerals Group
The Clay Minerals Group promotes the advancement of clay science and clay technology as applied to all aspects of pure and applied research and industrial uses. The interests of its members cover a wide spectrum, including mining and mineral processing, soils and plant nutrition, crystallography, sedimentary geology, ceramics, petroleum engineering and medicine. Regular meetings are held two or three times a year. The group publishes reference monographs on specific aspects of clay science, is responsible for the journal Clay Minerals, and sponsors the annual George Brown Lecture. Further details about the group are available from the secretary, S. Kemp at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Group also provides CMG Bursaries to help students and CMG members attend conferences.
Research in Progress 2017
The next RiP meeting will take place at University College London on Tuesday 19th September 2017. Download a copy of the registration form here. Note that there is no registration fee; lunch and refreshments are provided free of charge. The abstract deadline is 12th September.
For queries, contact: Prof. Neal Skipper Neal Skipper, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College London, Gower Street, London WC1E 6BT (email@example.com )
Online submission to Clay Minerals
From 21st September 2016, authors must submit their papers to Clay Minerals at http://www.edmgr.com/clayminerals/
Research in Progress Meeting 2013 report
Euroclay 2015 report
Geomechanical and Petrophysical Properties of Mudrocks, Nov 2015, report
The Clay Minerals Group welcomes bursaries applications for short workshops on any aspect of clay mineral science. Funding of up to £2K may be requested to assist with, by way of example, student/researcher travel bursaries, venue and catering costs, etc. Preference will be given to proposals where matched funding has been obtained from other sources. To apply, please send a short proposal (2 sides of A4 max, outlining the proposed workshop, the names of those leading/speaking, envisaged names and numbers of attendees, a full breakdown of costs and details of matched funding) to Simon Kemp: firstname.lastname@example.org .”
George Brown Lecture
The 2017 George Brown Lecture will be given by Peter Vrolijk and David Pevear (formerly of Exxon). The talk, to be delivered as a keynote lecture at the 16th International Clay Conference in Granada, Spain, will have the title: 'Fault Dating: Motivations, Early Development, and Impact'
Rock-forming Minerals vol 3C: Clay Minerals
The second edition of the volume devoted to Clay Minerals by Jeff Wilson was published in 2013 by the Geological Society as part of the Deer, Howie & Zussman Rock Forming Minerals series and is available to MinSoc members at a discount price .