Monday, 21 November 2016

Welsh Dinosaurs

Welsh Dinosaurs - Bristol Nats Lecture

Bristol Naturalists’ Society Geology Section is holding a lecture on Wednesday 30th November. Details are:-

Bristol Naturalists’ Society Geology Section Lecture at 7.30pm on
Wednesday 30 November at University of Bristol School of Earth Sciences

“Deserts and Dinosaur Discoveries” by Dr Cindy Howells of the National Museum of Wales
Wales is geologically diverse, and well known for its rich Palaeozoic fauna, but the recent discovery of a new dinosaur has highlighted the importance of the local Mesozoic sections. Cindy Howells is the Palaeontology Curator at the National Museum of Wales and is well qualified to talk about recent dinosaur discoveries in South Wales and the world in which these animals lived.

The meeting will take place in the S H Reynolds lecture Theatre, Wills Memorial Building, University of Bristol, BS8 1RJ. For those unfamiliar with this venue: Enter the Wills Building via main entrance under the University Tower, let the people on the desk know that you have come for the BNS meeting and walk ahead between the two staircases. Turn right when you reach some display cases. The lecture room is on your left.

Anyone interested in geology, fossils or Dinosaurs is welcome to attend. There is no charge.

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