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Founded 1859
Registered Charity No: 500067
All indoor meetings at 7.30pm in Lecture Theatre 137 of Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street L3 3AF unless otherwise stated. Campus map of LJMU - please click to get one you can read! The meeting is in the City Campus (1) The building map is here: Go in the main entrance - up to the first floor - and all the way along the corridors towards the James Parsons Tower . At the end of the corridor is the Lecture Theatre.
Hon. Excursions Sec.:Geoff Gilchrist email: Gilchristge@gmail.com
Speakers’ Sec.: C. Hunt email: chris1972scfc@outlook.com

All lectures for the 162nd Session (2020-2021) will be virtual. They will be run

as ‘zoom’ meetings. All details for joining lecture meetings will be sent to you

nearer to the date of the meeting. This information may be subject to change.

2020 17th Nov Bingo -Jonny Higham 15th Dec LGS Christmas quiz - Matthew Boyle 2021 5th Jan LGS Zoom quiz 7pm 19th Jan Dr.James Lea, University of Liverpool: Ice sheet stability in a warming world 26th Jan Dr. David McClay, University of Edinburgh: David McClay, Philanthropy Manager, Library and University Collections at the University of Edinburgh and colleagues, will present an illustrated update on their Charles Lyell collections and access plans. Having built an unrivalled archive, including his fascinating notebooks, the focus now is on transforming the collection into a free online resource through the Creating Charles Lyell’s World Online project. 9th Feb Dr. Steve Barrett, University of Liverpool: 'The ABC of Stellar Evolution' What are the origins of all the elements on Earth? This talk is a look at the birth, life and death of stars. What are the three critical factors (the ABC) that determine why stars are the way they are, why they evolve the way they do, and the origins of all the elements? 23rd Feb Dr. Christian Baars, National Museums, Liverpool: Conservation 2nd Mar Amani Becker, University of Liverpool: Energy River: Exploring the energy potential from the River Mersey.
© Liverpool Geological Society
Registered Charity No: 500067
Hon. Excursions Sec.:Geoff Gilchrist email: Gilchristge@gmail.com
Speakers’ Sec.: C. Hunt email: chris1972scfc@outlook.com
All indoor meetings at 7.30pm in Lecture Theatre 137 of Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street L3 3AF unless otherwise stated. Campus map of LJMU - please click to get one you can read! The meeting is in the City Campus (1) The building map is here: Go in the main entrance - up to the first floor - and all the way along the corridors towards the James Parsons Tower . At the end of the corridor is the Lecture Theatre. All indoor meetings at 7.30pm in Lecture Theatre 137 of Liverpool John Moores University, Byrom Street L3 3AF unless otherwise stated.

All lectures for the 162nd Session (2020-2021) will be virtual. They will be run

as ‘zoom’ meetings. All details for joining lecture meetings will be sent to you

nearer to the date of the meeting. This information may be subject to change.

2020 17th Nov LGS Bingo - Jonny Higham 15th Dec LGS Christmas quiz - Matthew Boyle 2021 5th Jan LGS Zoom quiz 7pm 19th Jan Dr.James Lea, University of Liverpool: Ice sheet stability in a warming world 26th Jan Dr. David McClay, University of Edinburgh: David McClay, Philanthropy Manager, Library and University Collections at the University of Edinburgh and colleagues, will present an illustrated update on their Charles Lyell collections and access plans. Having built an unrivalled archive, including his fascinating notebooks, the focus now is on transforming the collection into a free online resource through the Creating Charles Lyell’s World Online project. 9th Feb Dr. Steve Barrett, University of Liverpool: 'The ABC of Stellar Evolution' What are the origins of all the elements on Earth? This talk is a look at the birth, life and death of stars. What are the three critical factors (the ABC) that determine why stars are the way they are, why they evolve the way they do, and the origins of all the elements? 23rd Feb Dr. Christian Baars, National Museums, Liverpool: Conservation 2nd Mar Amani Becker, University of Liverpool: Energy River: Exploring the energy potential from the River Mersey.