PGK / SPE Summer Barbecue, on the 19th of June.

Monday 8 May 2017

If you were there we hope you enjoyed yourself - any feedback would be welcomed, particularly about the new location and the quality of the food. If you weren't there you missed a great party with perfect weather!

Many thanks to the PGK and SPE organizers and hosts for a thoroughly enjoyable event.

Registration Open for Romania Fieldtrip 1st to 4th June

Tuesday 21 March 2017

We are pleased to announce that the fieldtrip to The Carpathians in Romania on 1st through 4th June, 2017 is open for registration. Thanks Tanya and Susanne! UPDATE The field trip was a great success pictures to be posted to the site shortly.

AGM 2017 (Feb 15, 2017)

Wednesday 1 February 2017

The PGK AGM 2017 was held on February 15th, 2017 where a new PGK Board was elected. The new board is introduced on our "about the PGK" page. Click here to read the abstract for the talk given after the AGM by Remi Charton.


Upcoming Events



Wednesday 16 August 2017  18:00

Summer Drinks (Round Two)

Let's not bother with social media to keep in touch over the summer - let's go for a drink instead! To continue the tradition started a year ago we will be going for the second round of summer drinks at the PGK local, Hathor in The Hague. Hope to see you there.


Cafe Hathor
Maliestraat 22
2514 CA
Den Haag
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Thursday 7 September 2017 - Saturday 9 September 2017  

PGK/AAPG Young Professionals. Field trip to Ameland

Organiser: PGK/AAPG-YP

The Young Professionals of the PGK-AAPG are organizing a field trip to Ameland. For more details see the poster on the YP Pages



Friday 6 October 2017  08:00 - Saturday 7 October 2017  

Carboniferous in the Ruhrgebiet

Organiser: PGK
Guide: Manfred Brix (Ruhr University Bochum)

The PGK is organising a field trip to the Ruhrgebiet in Germany. Save the date and look out for more details and how to register in the monthly newsletter or on this website.

The Geology Agenda:

  • Outcrops of siliciclastic depositional sequences and paralic coal measures of Namurian to Westphalian
  • Possible visit to training mine
  • More details to follow