Welcome to the 30th 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.
You will also find within these pages a reminder slip to pay your subscription and I know our Treasurer Theo Harding will be very grateful to receive payments sooner rather than later.
Bangladesh's dynamic geology and sea-level rise.
The Star-crossed Stone: The secret Life, Myths and History of a fascinating Fossil
Geology of Energy Policy in the UK with reference to shale oil and shale gas
Dr. Tony Grindrod
Sussex Marine Life: Chalk, Sandstone, Sediment & Wrecks
Dr Gerald Legg, ex-Keeper, Booth Museum
Sussex Industry: Power and raw materials from the land
Dr Geoffrey Mead, University of Sussex
Chalk, Black Shales, climate and sea level change: unravelling Late Cretaceous History.
Prof Ian Jarvis, Kingston University
Annual General Meeting and Members' Evening
The animals that David Attenborough forgot: the natural history of living and fossil bryozoans
Dr. Paul Taylor, Natural History Museum, London.