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Geology of the Jurassic Coast 27/10/22 1830 for 1900 Future Skills Centre, Exeter Airport, EX5 2LJ

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27 October 2022 18:30 - 20:00
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Description

The Jurassic Coast of East Devon and Dorset is celebrating 20 years of Natural World Heritage status. What makes it so unique? In this talk geoscientist Vincent Sheppard will take you on a 185 million year journey exploring a period of earth history covering   a third of the time that life has evolved on our planet. You will find out how evidence in the local geology observed on the coast can provide information for understanding how the rocks have been formed. Vincent will also explain how we can use technology to investigate how these geological layers extend beneath our feet deep into the subsurface.

 

Speaker(s)

Vincent is a geoscience consultant with 35 years’ experience in subsurface imaging and interpretation. BSc in Geophysics from Edinburgh Uni and a MSc in Petroleum Engineering from Heriot Watt. Jurassic Coast Ambassador and regularly provides talks and guided walks.

Address

Future Skills Centre
Exeter College
Exeter Airport Industrial Estate
Exeter
EX5 2LJ
United Kingdom

Contact Details

Dave Pegler
United Kingdom
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Alternative contact John Earp
01823 338348
Tall Trees
Cheddon Road
TA2 7QT
Taunton, United Kingdom
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