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Our aim is to promote the understanding and enjoyment of geology through excursions, lectures and workshops. Click on the button to find out more.
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Ambers Gully cuts into the rocks of the Athelstone Thrust, a ductile structure formed 500 million years ago. At a sandstone cliff there is a relatively very recent tufa deposit which includes a "stone waterfall" and a cave, with many plant fossils. Subject to COVID-19 precautions, we intend to observe both the old and new deposits. A particular aim is to deduce how the recent calcareous deposit has been formed.
Emeritus Professor Martin Williams will seek to answer the questions: When and why was the Sahara once able to support such an abundance of life? When and why did it become dry? Did humans cause the Sahara to become a desert?
Attendance will be via ZOOM - Instructions under “MORE INFO”.