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The Tectonics of the Cleveland Basin

Friday 26 January, 7pm. Newcastle University – Ridley Building 2, room RIDB2.1.65

The Cleveland Basin in North East England is famous for its Jurassic fossils, Whitby jet, moorland, and coastal scenery. Join Dr Johnny Imber to combine geological interpretations of historic maps from the former Cleveland ironstone mines with laser ablation analysis of uranium and lead isotopes within calcite-filled veins, to re-evaluate the tectonic history of the Cleveland Basin.