Forensic Geoscience Group - the first decade

Alastair Ruffell, Laurance Donnelly

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The Forensic Geoscience Group (FGG), is the newest of the Geological Society’s 23 Specialist Groups and Joint Associations (a number destined, perhaps to go down by up to two - see p 06). It was established in December 2006 by Dr Laurance Donnelly, who served as its first Chair (2006-2011). Dr Alastair Ruffell served as the second chair (2011-2016). The post is currently held by Dr Jamie Pringle (2016). This article provides a personal account documenting the establishment of FGG and some of its main achievements.


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