Who We Are
Over 600 participants from more than 60 countries came together at the Oxford Geoheritage Virtual Conference, 25-29 May 2020. Appreciating the values of the natural environment and noting the threats from human actions, they shared current research in geodiversity and geoheritage.
Four of the conference delegates then called for the establishment of an International Geodiversity Day, aimed at increasing worldwide understanding and awareness of geodiversity and geoheritage issues. This project is led by those four delegates:
Prof José Brilha
University of Minho, Portugal
Prof Murray Gray
Queen Mary University of London, UK
Dr Jack Matthews
Oxford University Museum of Natural History, UK
Prof Zbigniew Zwoliński
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland
You can contact Jack Matthews at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History by emailing jack.matthews (at) oum.ox.ac.uk
This project is supported by Research England, through the Strategic Priorities Fund allocation to the University of Oxford. The project funding is hosted by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.