Ceri James graduated in 1970 from Swansea University. He spent two years with the Ethiopian Geological Survey before joining the British Geological Survey in 1973. Since 1984 he has worked in the marine and coastal groups at BGS with particular interests in superficial deposits, bedforms and seismic interpretation. He was the marine geologist with the Hong Kong Geological Survey from 1989 to 1991 and a consultant to the Airport Authority Hong Kong. He has recently co-authored a report on the effective development of marine aggregate in South East Asia for the UK Department for International Development.
Articles By Ceri James
Site investigation techniques developed during recent reclamations have created a detailed stratigraphy of Hong Kong which can improve accuracy in planning, design and construction.