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President, Alan Boyle

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is a free resource, primarily for teachers and students, but with much that LGS members might find useful and interesting. It was created in the first instance by Maggie Williams (Hon Secretary), Alan Boyle (Vice President) and Peter Williams (Web Manager) in their roles as members of the Earth, Oceans & Ecological Sciences Department, University of Liverpool.
Message from the Editor (North West Geologist) Members who have an article to be considered for inclusion in the next edition of North West Geologist, or are thinking of writing an article for this publication, are asked to contact Graham Sherwood by email: g.j.sherwood@ljmu.ac.uk
For first look at the Lyell Notebooks please click on the image

LGS QUIZ

LGS News Flash The next quiz will take place on-line using Zoom on Saturday 11th July at 7 p.m. Mike Stoddart has very kindly agreed to set the quiz. In order to register to take part, please email Martin Amlôt at: martin.amlot@btinternet.com A Zoom connection link will be sent out to all who contact Martin by Friday at 10.00 p.m.

Virtual Field Trip

The Yorkshire Geological Society has a virtual field trip round Flamborough Head. You can visit it on their YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/5FmfmjES448
© Liverpool Geological Society
Registered Charity No: 500067
Chirotherium storetonense Track © World Museum, Liverpool

161st session

President, Alan Boyle
For first look at the Lyell Notebooks please click on the image

LGS QUIZ

LGS News Flash The next quiz will take place on-line using Zoom on Saturday 11th July at 7 p.m. Mike Stoddart has very kindly agreed to set the quiz. In order to register to take part, please email Martin Amlôt at: martin.amlot@btinternet.com A Zoom connection link will be sent out to all who contact Martin by Friday at 10.00 p.m.

Virtual Field Trip

The Yorkshire Geological Society has a virtual field trip round Flamborough Head. You can visit it on their YouTube channel at: https://youtu.be/5FmfmjES448