Field Trip: Isle of Wight - The Interpretation of Cretaceous and Paleogene/Neogene (Tertiary) Environments using Evidence from Rocks and Fossils.

Leader: N/A

Entry Fee

Members: Free

Visitors: £3.00

Date and Time

00:00

Location

Isle of Wight


Field Trip Description

Friday 15th July

Introductory Talk: group charge of £10, Museum Visit £4 each

Saturday 16th July

(charge £5 per person)

Yaverland (east of the island, north of Sandown)

The entire Lower Cretaceous (and possibly Chalk) Good cafe next to museum for lunch Museum details at http://www.dinosaurisle.com

Whitecliff Bay (east of island, south of Bembridge) The entire Tertiary sequence of 550m spread over 1km of beach

Sunday 17th July

(charge £3 per person)

Dinosaur Farm Museum (south west of island, south of Brighstone) Museum details at http://www.dinosaurfarm.co.uk.

Wealden/Lower Greensand junction at Atherfield The most convenient accommodation would be near Yaverland (east of island, north of Sandown). On Sunday, Atherfield is en route to the Yarmouth/Lymington ferry.

Other costs per person:

Field trip leaders - about £12 Ferry Accommodation and food



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