Friday 6 November, 7pm-8pm
Great North Museum: Hancock
A look into the lives and works of the pioneers of geological investigation in northeast England. Those men with connections to the region and their contributions to the field of geology, both locally and in general. Including geologist such as Sir Roderick Impey Murchison (1792-1871), George Tate (1805-1871), C.T. Trechmann (1884-1964) and Arthur Holmes (1890-1965).
Karl is heavily involved in the Open University Geological Society and this talk will lead on from a recent paper he published in the OUGS Journal.