Understanding the Geology and Scenery of the Pembrokeshire Coast

Ideal for interested amateurs, we will cover a fascinating range of scenery, interpreting a wide variety of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rocks, the way they were formed and what they tell us about the history of the area. We will look at the range of Palaeozoic rock sequences to see how the environment changed through the vastness of geological time. We will see how Pembrokeshire’s rocks, and what they contain, can give us lots of information about conditions in the past including climate, water depth, distribution of land & sea, topography, and the latitude, plate tectonics and distribution of continents. We will also study evidence for the more recent development of the landscape; in particular the effect of the passage of ice sheets, with concurrent changes of sea level, in producing the distinctive, spectacular Pembrokeshire hills and coast. Please note this is a level 2 walking course.

Dave Green is an experienced geology tutor, teaching and leading field trips at all levels from GCSE to Undergraduate over the past 40 years. He has no particular specialism, but is especially interested in ‘hard rock’ geology and landscape development.

How to Apply

To book a place on this course, please visit the FSC website or contact the centre directly on 01646 623920.

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Key Information

Start date:

26th July 2018 at 4:00pm

Cost:

From £480

Organisation:

Field Studies Council

Type:

Short

Sectors:

Countryside & Land Management, Environment

Location:

Orielton, United Kingdom

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