A Geological History of Britain – part 10

Finally, some weeks after actually giving the presentation, here is the pdf of the 10th and final class in my University of York Lifelong Learning course: 2012_GHB_Lect10

Additional links:

The JNCC book ‘British Tertiary Stratigraphy’ describes the Palaeogene and Neogene Sites of Special Scientific Interest, a list of which can be found here.

Information on the British Tertiary (or Palaeogene) Volcanic Province can be found here.

A pdf providing information on the Lundy granite can be found here.

Information on the (very limited) Neogene outcrops of Britain can be found here.

Information on the Pliocene-Pleistocene ‘Crags’ of East Anglia can be found here.

The British Geological Survey has used the Blakeney Esker in Norfolk as a case study of Ice Age Britain. The webpages can be found here.

 

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