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WEDNESDAY 4TH JANUARY

Session 5: Upper Palaeozoic stratigraphy, sedimentology and tectonics

0905

Elaine Burt, Richard Scrivener and Sarita McVicar Wright

Volcaniclastic red beds from the Corbyn's Head Member, Torquay, South Devon

0930

Keynote: Maurice Tucker

Upper Palaeozoic sedimentation in SW England

1020

Geoff Warrington, Bill Barclay, Brian Leveridge and Colin Waters

Global Devonian, Carboniferous and Permian correlations: successions in Great Britain

1020

Robin Shail and Brian Leveridge

50 years of tectonics and structural geology in SW England

1045

Morning tea / coffee  (+ poster displays)

Session 6: Granites and mineralisation

1115

Keynote: Robin Shail

Granites and mineralisation in SW England

1205

Richard Scrivener

Some observations on tungsten mineralisation in South-west England

1230

John Cowley

I have seen the future and it might work – Hemerdon and metal mining in the UK

1300

Lunch  (+ poster displays)

Session 7: Environment and industrial legacy

1400

Keynote: Duncan Pirrie

Environmental impacts of historical mining in SW England

1450

Bruce Webb

Suspended sediment sources and behaviour in the catchment of the Helford River, Cornwall

1515

Doreen Smith

Brickyards and Claypits - A Dorset Industry

1545

Afternoon tea / coffee  (+ poster displays)

Session 8: Applied Geoscience and the future

1615

Keynote: Erika Palin (Met Office)

Climate change: facts, fiction and challenges

1705

Ramues Gallois

Coastal erosion at Sidmouth, Devon: if you're in a hole, stop digging

1730

Andrew Green

How Unconventional is the North Torridge Coast ?

 

 

 

 


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