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Delineation of the Stratification of Rocks

Date:
03 December 2015
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Event type:
Social Event, Lecture
Organised by:
The Geological Society Library, William Smith Bicentenary
Venue:
The Geological Society (Burlington House)
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Event status:
EVENT CLOSED

The Geological Society Library is pleased to announce our next event, ‘Delineation of the Stratification of Rocks: vis à vis an elementary class on the expediencies of a proper understanding of geological sections’, which will take place in the Upper Library on Thursday 3 December 2015. 

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The evening will be our final, special event marking the bicentenary year of the publication of William Smith’s ‘A Delineation of the Strata of England & Wales, with part of Scotland…’ (1815), the first geological map of a country ever produced.

Speaker

Dr Ted Nield
Due to overwhelming public demand, following our sold out event ‘Ghosts of the Museum’, the author and journalist Dr Ted Nield, BSc, PhD, FGS, will return to host the class based on the theories of the late Mr William Smith Esq.

Timing

Light refreshments will be served at 6.30pm, the class starting promptly at 7pm and ending around 9pm.

Booking

Dr Nield comments that his lecture’s usefulness to the general public cannot be overstated but alas numbers must be strictly limited. 

Tickets cost £12 and can be booked by calling the number on the right

Alternatively, please email library@geolsoc.org.uk for further information and to enquire about availability.



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The Geological Society Library

The Geological Society
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