Wednesday, 11 April 2007

Cotswold Hills Geopark

Did you know that in June 2006, the Cotswold Hills Geopark was launched and during 2007 it will be put forward to the European Geoparks Network (EGN) for consideration as a European Geopark and UNESCO Global Geopark?

The Cotswolds is an excellent place to learn about carbonate sediments, fossils, the history of geology, geomorphology and Quaternary landforms. It is the most impressive and notable outcrop of British Middle Jurassic carbonate rocks in the country.

4 comments:

James said...

yes, I can comment without being logged on. Make sure people are typing the word verification. J

Anonymous said...

This looks extremely interesting. I shall follow up. J

Richard said...

Well, lets see if this box transmits to anyone!

Richard

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