British Geological Survey Programme Board, 1989–1997, and the BGS Board, 1998 onwards — a geological survey in transition

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From: Allen, P M. 2003. A geological survey in transition. British Geological Survey Occasional Publication No. 1. Keyworth:British Geological Survey.

Appendix 1 The British Geological Survey Programme Board, 1989-1997, and the BGS Board, 1998 onwards

Chairmen
D G M Roberts Acer 1989-1993
E Hassall Wardell Armstrong 1993-2000
J Mortimer Hanson Quarry Products 2001—
Official members
F G Larminie Director 1989-1990
P J Cook Director 1990-1997
D A Falvey Director 1998-
D Hackett BGS Secretary 1989-1999
F G Curry BGS Secretary 1999-
J C Briden Director of Earth Sciences NERC 1989-1994
D J Drewry Director Science and Technology NERC 1994-1997
C M Read Finance Director NERC 1998—
Members
M F Ridd Consultant 1989-1992
L P Thomas Consultant 1989-1992
W L Barratt Tarmac Roadstone Ltd 1989-1991
M Hamlin University of Dundee 1989-1993
R Chaplow Sir Alexander Gibb and Partners 1989-1993
I A Thomas National Stone Centre 1989-1991
E H Francis University of Leeds 1989-1992
M J Cahalan Retired, previously RTZ 1989-1991
E R Hassall Wardell Armstrong 1992-1993
C J Morrisey RTZ 1992-1999
C Nicholas CAMAS Aggregates Ltd 1992-1994
M Brooks University of Wales 1993-1995
R F P Hardman Amerada Hess 1993-1995
G Walton Geoffrey Walton Practice 1993-2000
A C Skinner National Rivers Authority 1994-1999
D R Norbury Soil Mechanics Ltd 1994-1997
J S Ornsby RMC(UK) Ltd 1994-1996
J V Bramley Retired, previously Laporte Minerals 1995-1998
J P B Lovell BP 1996-2000
J Mortimer Hanson Quarry Products 1997-2000
D J Blundell Royal Holloway 1997-1998
A L Harris Liverpool University 1998-
M J Carter Marion Carter Associates 1999-
R A Scrutton University 1999-
O A Bavinton Anglo American 1999-
G Robinson Retired, previously Ordnance Survey 2001-
A J Smith Wardell Armstrong 2001—
Assessors
C Robson Department of the Environment 1989-1990
R Mabey Department of Environment 1989
B R Marker Department of the Environment, later the Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions 1990-2000
J R V Brooks Department of Energy 1989-1992
R Ritzema Department of Education and Science 1989
K D J Root Department of Education and Science 1989-1992
J Stephenson Department of Trade and Industry 1989-1991
R Gamble Department of Economic Development (NI) 1989
M Smith Ministry of Defence 1989
J Aitken Department of Energy 1990
E R Oxburgh Ministry of Defence 1990-1993
G King Department of Economic Development (NI) 1990-1991
D Bouch Department of Trade and Industry 1991-1992
B Harding Department of Trade and Industry 1992-1994
H Cherry Department of Economic Development (NI) 1990-1992
M McBride Office of Science and Technology 1992-1996
W C S Wilson Department of Economic Development (NI) 1990-1994
A Murphy Department of Trade and Industry 1992
B Sheridan Department of Trade and Industry 1993
D E N Davies Ministry of Defence 1993
G K McGeown Department of Economic Development (NI) 1994-1997
A Redrup Department of Trade and Industry 1994-1995
N French Department of Trade and Industry 1996-1997
K Tregonning Office of Science and Technology 1996-1997
K Hodgkinson Department of Trade and Industry 1997

The Programme Board met forty times. It was replaced by the BGS Board in January 1998. Under the new arrangements there were no assessors, some of whom, though they had received the papers, had never attended a meeting. Instead, Observers were invited to attend meetings. B R Marker of the Department of Environment, Transport and the Regions, whose attendance record as an assessor was nearly complete, was the only one of these. In July 1999 four BGS Assistant Directors were invited to attend Board meetings on an informal basis as the Executive Members. In March 2000 this arrangement became formal.