Welcome to the 36th year of the Brighton & Hove Geological Society. You will find below the list of lectures and events which have been planned for the coming months and I do hope that you will find plenty to interest you. It would be good to see everyone at some time and of course great to see those of you who are regular attendees. To those people who have recently joined, perhaps I should remind you that our meetings are held in West Blatchington Windmill, Holmes Avenue, Hove, and start at 7.30 p.m. Tea and coffee are normally available from soon after 7 p.m. so please do your best to arrive in good time.
Life and climate change in Late Ice Age Cambridgeshire. Dr. Douglas Palmer, University of Cambridge.
Tracking dinosaurs through Sussex: Zoogeomorphology in the Lower Cretaceous. Dr. Anthony Shillito,University of Oxford.
New, exceptionally well-preserved fossil echinoderms from the Grey Chalk of Southerham Grey Pit, Lewes. Dr. Tim Ewin, NHM London.
BHGS Christmas Conglomerate
Held at the Booth Museum, all contributions, geological and/or festive food and drink, welcome!
The Andes Mountains vs the Atacama Desert; the chicken or egg question! Dr. Laura Evenstar, University of Brighton
Ice Age Deposits and Megafauna from Brighton and Hove. Dr. Matt Pope, Institute of Archaeology, UCL, London..
The last British - Irish Ice Sheet. Dr Bethan Davies, Centre for Quaternary Research,Royal Holloway, London.
Annual General Meeting and Members' Evening
Held at the Booth Museum. More details in the March Newsletter.
An Introduction to the Economic Geology of the Weald Basin. Dr. Richard Seaborne, Esso Exploration UK (Retired).