Geoscientist Online

The monthly publication of The Geological Society, Geoscientist,  is available online to all. This is an excellent magazine and always contains an in depth article on an array of topics, generally a riveting read. Ross Turbidites, Bude

Palaeozoic of the West Midlands

On a beautiful day in June we visited 6 Paleozoic exposures around the West Midlands, starting off with the early Ordovician deposits of the Lickey Hills and finishing off examining late Carboniferous intrusions and extrusions at Barrow Hill. (A number of the exposures are within the Unesco Black Country GeoPark). At each exposure we discussed…

Geo Conservation – Lickey Hills Geo-Champions

Barnt Green Road Quarry – Lickey Quartzite On a wet Saturday 3rd February 2018 six keen and dedicated volunteers undertook a clear up of the Barnt Green Road Quarry. Led by Alan and Julie, other volunteers included Ken, Holly and Jane – pictured below. Clearing away the ever growing vegetation and removing the scree enables…

The Chicxulub Impact

Keith Palmer Lecture Series – Joanna Morgan Join us at the Birmingham & Midland Institute in Birmingham city centre for the second annual Keith Palmer Lecture series hosted by Professor Alice Roberts, featuring Professor Joanna Morgan (Imperial College London). Professor Morgan will talk about her research into the asteroid impact that wiped out the dinosaurs…

Petrophysics to Geomodel

The London Petrophysics Society held a conference entitled “From Petrophysics to Geomodel” 5th July 2017. Ray Pratt presented on Log Quality Control, Editing, Splicing and Interpolation. This presentation is available as a download from the services page of this site.