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We've been featured in The Scotsman twice in the past week. Today, ahead of the release of the next Geographer magazine, Danny Dorling has been speaking to the newspaper about concerns surrounding the significant rises in Scottish Mortality rates. You can read more in the main link below. Look out for the next Geographer arriving with you within the fortnight. If you're not already a member, call the office and join today! 01738 455050

RSGS was also featured in an article from Environmental Correspondent Ilona Amos who reported on Scotland having three of the UK's top ten geological "tourist destinations".
http://www.scotsman.com/news/environment/dramatic-scottish-coasts-among-top-geology-hotspots-1-4156872
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Royal Scottish Geographical Society shared The Hazel Tree's photo.
Our Writer in Residence, Jo Woolf's, latest article for History Scotland. If you want to find out more about James Croll, visit us and see our new garden dedicated to the man himself. We are open Tuesday to Saturday 1300-1630, entry is by donation.
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Today is World Refugee Day. Learn more about modern migration with our Winter 2015/16 edition of The Geographer. Available FREE online now. To stay up to date with the latest topics in Geography and the Earth Sciences get a copy of The Geographer straight to your door every quarter. Join RSGS today by visiting our website or calling HQ on 01738 455 050
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Royal Scottish Geographical Society added 2 new photos.
Despite the weather, RSGS Board Member Lorna Ogilvie, Aberdeen Local Group Chair Iain Rankin and long-time member Lady Bute and her granddaughter enjoyed celebrating The Queen's 90th birthday at The Patron's Lunch in London this weekend.
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Royal Scottish Geographical Society added 4 new photos.
We wish Her Majesty the Queen many happy returns and hope the weekend of birthday celebrations are enjoyed by all, including the RSGS members and representatives attending the Patron's Lunch Street Party this weekend in London. Below we are sharing some images from our archives of Her Majesty's visit to our Randolph Crescent HQ in July 1984, including a snippet of the official schedule for the visit.
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