It’s Sedimentary, my dear Watson! and AGM

Pitstone & Ivinghoe Museum Society

Programme 2014



Dennis Trebble has been persuaded to return after his short debut talk a year ago.  After this AGM he is returning to talk about why  we have gaps in the Chilterns and how they relate to past geomorphic processes. The escarpment between Princes Risborough and Wendover is a classic location that displays many of the usual landforms together with one or two surprises. The chalk scenery, whilst seemingly simple, depends in its current form upon the passage of geological time and the slow processes of weathering and erosion under different climatic conditions.  Please note the start time will be 7.30pm.

Date: 23/11/2014

Venue: Pitstone Green Museum

Contact: Sue Lipscomb