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"Advancing scientific knowledge of the geomorphological processes and landforms that shape the Irish landscape in order to conserve our natural heritage and protect our communities" 




Welcome to the Irish Geomorphology Group. The Group was formed in 2013 and is composed of (1) scientific researchers and academics in Ireland, and (2) members working in environment related Industry  and management agencies who focus on Irish landscape systems: oceans, coasts, rivers, catchments, peatlands, slopes and lakes. The group is particularly focussed on investigating the impact of climate change and human activities on the Irish landscape. Read more here.





  • Free membership

  • Annual scientific workshop 

  • Access to resources (equipment; expertise; funding)

  • Access to national and international research networks

  • Multiple forums to disseminate your work and profile

  • Support for early career scientists

  • Opportunity to consult on new government policies 

  • Forum to develop new research collaborations

  • Teaching resources for all levelsC

  • Monthly newsletter



  • Wix Facebook page
  • Wix Twitter page

Join us at the Conference of Irish Geographers 2021!

Make sure to mark your calendars for 18-21 May, and join IGGy at the annual CIG meeting online! We will host our annual AGM on Wednesday the 19th, and there will be plenty of excting talks from geographers and geomorphologists - many of whom are IGGy members!

You can find details of the conference here:





Coastal boulder deposits

Aran Islands, August 1st 2019




Learn More Here





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