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Question 1: Since 1874 the Society has been based at Burlington House, Piccadilly, ________.

Question 2: The Geological Society of London is a learned society based in the ________ with the aim of "investigating the mineral structure of the Earth".
United KingdomWalesEnglandCanada

Question 3:
Geological Society of London, American Geophysical Union and Geological Society of America are all:
Learned societies of the United Kingdom 1807 establishments Geological Society of London Geology societies

Question 4: This is still the Society's premier medal, which in 2006 was awarded to James Lovelock, the originator of the ________.
EarthBiosphereGaia hypothesisEcology

Question 5:
Geological Society of London, Cuyahoga County, Ohio and Congressional Cemetery are all:
Geology societies 1807 establishments Learned societies of the United Kingdom Geological Society of London

Question 6:
Geological Society of London, Royal Academy and Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce are all:
1807 establishments Geology societies Geological Society of London Learned societies of the United Kingdom

Question 7: It was partly the outcome of a previous club known as the Askesian Society, and among the more prominent founders were William Babington, Humphry Davy and ________.
George Bellas GreenoughRoderick MurchisonJohn Phillips (geologist)Charles Lyell

Question 8:
Geological Society of London, Wollaston Medal and Murchison Medal are all:
Learned societies of the United Kingdom Geological Society of London 1807 establishments Geology societies


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