Lina used information from a GEA ground investigation on a drift-filled hollow as the basis of her dissertation as part of her MSc in Engineering Geology at University of Portsmouth. She subsequently joined GEA on completing her MSc in 2017, having previously completed a BSc in Geological Hazards.
The risk presented by high rates of hazardous ground gas emissions into structures is well documented and means of monitoring and assessing this risk...Read More
We have always had a policy of enabling flexible and remote working throughout GEA, so the transition to all of our staff working at...Read More
GEA Technical Director, Mike Plimmer, has provided a thought-provoking piece in this month's AGS magazine on the effects of different methods of sample preparation...Read More