Geofysiikan Seura r.y.

Finland

Established: 1926
Number of members: 250
President: Irene Suomi

Purpose & objectives:

The Geophysical Society of Finland advances geophysical research and serves as a link between those involved in it. Geophysics focuses on the solid earth, water, atmosphere and near space.

Main activities:

The Society arranges public lectures on different geophysical topics and publishes the journal Geophysica. Every second year it arranges a meeting titled Geophysics Days.

The next (XXVIII) Geophysics Days will take place at the Finnish Meteorological Institute in Helsinki in May 2017.

Contact information:

c/o Department of Physics
P.O. Box 64
00014 University of Helsinki
Secretary: Toni Veikkolainen
E-mail: firstname.lastname@helsinki.fi

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