Friday, 16 March 2018

Nick Chidlaw course rescheduled

Determining Geological Structure and History from Published Geological Maps

The planned running of this course had to be cancelled because of the bad weather at the start of this month. It will now be run in mid April. I presume it will still be at The Chantry, Thornbury.

Nick writes:-


April – Indoor course on interpretation of published geological maps
2 day course:
Determining Geological Structure and History from Published Geological Maps
A weekend mid April: 15th and 16th
10.00 am – 5.00 pm each day. 
Those studying geology, either formally or informally, sooner or later will likely come across published geological maps and these, although often visually impressive with their variety of colours and complexity of drawn lines, can be daunting to interpret. The course is suitable for those with a basic overall knowledge of geology, as well as those with more experience. Attendance on the course should provide those present with confidence in successfully interpreting parts of many geological maps in the future, and so broaden their understanding of this key form of geological data communication. 
This course, arranged to run on the weekend of 3rd and 4th March, was postponed due to poor weather and travel conditions. Anyone who may have wished to attend the course on those dates but could not be available, may now be so for the rescheduled dates. 
Tuition fee is  £45.00 per person
Enrolments can be made and further details requested by contacting tutor Nick Chidlaw 
Deadline for new enrolments: Saturday 7th April 

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