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Contents

  1. Chairman’s ReportPg. 4
  2. Jacoba Sherriff, ObituaryPg. 5
    Elizabeth Devon & Mellissa Freeman
  3. Sand to Rock – the Making of Bath Stone: Cementation, Burial and Uplift of the Great Oolite, Middle Jurassic, EnglandPg. 6
    Maurice Tucker
  4. The Lower Greensand of SeendPg. 10
    Veronica Cleverly
  5. Crummack Dale, the Norber ErraticsPg. 11
    Charles Hiscock
  6. The Evolution of Flight in VertebratesPg. 13
    Katie Munday and Phil Burge
  7. Biofilms and Minerals in the hot springs of Bath, England: Bacteria-EPS-Viruses, Calcite, FerrihydritePg. 17
    Maurice Tucker and Leon Bowen
  8. The FossilPg. 24
    Charles Hiscock
  9. First Planetary Field Trip to Mars 2030Pg. 24
    Phil Burge
  10. Dinosaur trackways and landslides - the geology around Rovereto, Northern ItalyPg. 28
    Graham Hickman
  11. 50th Anniversary Field Excursion to Midford, led by Dr Maurice Tucker on Saturday 9th April, 2022Pg. 29
    Charles Hiscock
  12. Corndon HillPg. 33
    Jonathan Slack
  13. Some Short Notes on Shale Gas in the UKPg. 35
    Phil Burge
  14. Greenland field trip with the Geological Society of GlasgowPg. 36
    Mellissa Freeman
  15. Corals in Bath Stone and their Taphonomy, (Great Oolite, Jurassic, England)Pg. 39
    Maurice Tucker

The Journal of the Bath Geological Society

The Purpose of the Journal is to record the activities of the Bath Geological Society. It may include, but is not limited to the following; Chairman’s report for the year, record of the meetings held, list of members including committee, officers of the Society and obituaries. Illustrated articles of geological interest written by members.

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