Welcome to the 37th 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. Sadly the constraints imposed on us due to the pandemic means that all our lectures this year will be held online using Zoom software. I look forward to seeing you on line. If anything changes regarding this we will be in touch. Our meetings will still start at 7.30pm. Meetings yet to be arranged (TBA) will be announced in the December issue of the Newsletter and here.
Sussex Geodiversity Partnership Dr. Peter Anderton Sussex Wildlife Trust
Submarine Landslides making big splashes Dr Aggeliki Georgiopoulou, University of Brighton
The ups and downs of the North Atlantic, Dr Lucia Perez Diaz, University of Oxford
BHGS Christmas Conglomerate. Subject to covid-19 restrictions this event may be cancelled. Watch out for further information. Normally held at the Booth Museum TBA
Minerals of the Mourne Mountains Dr Norman Moles, University of Brighton
The Heron-Allen and Earland foraminiferal collections at the NHM London. Dr Giles Miller NHM London
Dinosaurs and Deserts in Wales. Cindy Howells, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff
Annual General Meeting and Members' Evening
Held at the Booth Museum. Subject to Corvid-19 may be held by Zoom. More details in the March Newsletter.
The importance of small mammals in Pleistocene deposits with a focus on Creswell Crags. Dr. Angharad Jones, Creswell Crags Heritage Trust.