|Meeting||Training Room at Thorntree Hall, Thornliebank|
|Time||4th Wednesday of the month at 10.30am to 12.30pm,|
Next meeting: Meetings are cancelled until further notice because of the Covid-19 virus outbreak.
Geology is defined as ‘the study of the structure, evolution and dynamics of the Earth and its natural mineral and energy resources and investigates the processes that have shaped the Earth through its 4500 million year history.’
Are you interested in the structure of rocks and minerals and how they were formed? Earth processes such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes? The history of the Earth’s structure and how it is still changing? Why Mount Everest is growing by about 4mm per year?
At the meetings there are discussions, talks and sometimes field trips, which are undertaken at your own risk. No previous knowledge is required to join the group just an interest. If you would like more information or to join the group please contact Colin by clicking on the Message Bird.
Proposed Meetings to December 2020
December - no meeting as due date falls on Christmas Day!
January 22nd - The Geology of Mars- Roy Bryce
February 26th - Fossils (Part 1)- an overview.- Gary Hoare
March 25th - Fossils (Part 2)- Local sites- Gary Hoare
April 22nd- Field trip to Trearne Quarry with Gary Hoare- details later
May 27th- Field trip - Saltcoats Beach
June 24th -Field Trip- Campsie Glen
July 22nd - Field Trip - Mugdock
August 26th- Field trip - Leadhills and Wanlockhead
September 23rd - Field trip -Lynn Glen Dalry
October 28th - Meeting at Thorntree Hall - Oceanography talk by Michael Orren
November 25th - Meeting at Thorntree Hall - members presentations
December - No meeting