An update from Prof. Aldino Bondesan, Università degli Studi di Padova. The latest volume of work, originating from ICMG19, Padua, Italy has finally been printed and is now available online (LINK). This is the third
MINING.COM, 27 Aug 21, Frik Els After the fall of Kabul, US media regurgitates a 2010 New York Times frontpage story on Afghanistan’s mineral riches based on a secret Pentagon memo and a 1977 Soviet
Reviewed by Judy Ehlen, Geoscientist, Autumn 2021 The Channel Islands were the only part of Britain occupied by Germany during World War II. The islands, thought to be indefensible, were demilitarised by the British Government
Advances in Military Geosciences is a book series which explores the interaction between current and historic military operations and earth science, including geography, geology, geophysics, soil science, ecology, hydrology, glaciology and atmospheric sciences (PDF info).