Our Zoe wins QJEGH William Dearman Early Career Award
Congratulations to Zoe Jeffery, one of In Situ’s Geologists, for being selected as winner of this year’s QJEGH William Dearman Early Career Award. Zoe, who has been with us for a year since graduating from Portsmouth University with a BSc in Geology and an MSc in Engineering Geology, was delighted to win this prestigious award appointed by the Geological Society for Engineering Geologists in the early stages of their career.
The prize is a gold open access paper in the journal, for a paper submitted within 2 years of the award, an SP (or EGSP) of her choice and an invitation to join the QJEGH Board as a guest editor for 1 year.
A list of previous winners can be found here.
To read more about the winning paper, ‘Identification, investigation and classification of surface depressions and chalk dissolution features using integrated LiDAR and geophysical methods’, click here.