Geology Talks Presented by Steve Flitton - Geologist and Adult Education Tutor

A miscellany of fully-illustrated talks aimed at enthusiasts for geology but with something for newcomers as well. Unravel the story of the Mediterranean from mighty ocean to dried-up salt flats. How has geology shaped ancient and modern civilisations? Decode geological maps and understand how they enable you to read landscapes from far and wide. Delve into the world of gemstones; what underpins their enduring fascination. And look at Britain in a new light; where are our latest but be long-extinct volcanoes, did a tsunami wipe out Doggerland and what are today’s earthquakes all about? (it's not just fracking)

Each talk stands alone - attend as you please and pay on the door - £10 / Season ticket for all four sessions £30 in advance

Sanditon Conference Centre, Worthing College, BN149FD

Click here for directions to the venue

  • 2pm till 4pm including interval

  • Comfortable air-conditioned venue

  • Free parking and handy bus stops

  • Each talk stands alone - attend as you please and pay on the door - £10

  • Season ticket for all four sessions £30 in advance

Email: geologytalks@gmail.com for payment details

Geology Talks

Rocks beyond Earth. Mars, Moons, Meteorites and more! - Monday 16th April 

What can we learn from rocky materials which reach Earth from space or make up the inner planets of Mercury, Venus and Mars and many of the moons and asteroids of our Solar System. What have we discovered so far about the geological history of Mars. Can all of this shed new light on the origins of life and the future of planet Earth?

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