Sunday, 27 April 2014

May 1st - Everything about Foraminifera

Foraminiferal facts: from Cretaceous palaeoclimates to Caribbean tephrochronology
Dr. Jodie Fisher, School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences, Plymouth University
Foraminifera are one of the most diverse and abundant marine organisms. Ranging from the Cambrian to the modern day, their abundance and complexity in test structure makes them invaluable in biostratigraphy and palaeoenvironmental analysis. They are also increasingly used in the modern environment as indicators of global change, pollution, and in recolonisation studies.
Further details Bath Geological Society
7.30p.m. 16 Queen Square, Bath - £4 for visitors - free refreshment - everyone welcome.

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