Dr Doug Robinson, University of Bristol (retired)
Somerset is a unique county with more geological periods present than most other English counties. The city of Wells is well known as England’s smallest city but within its immediate backdrop the rocks record a longer geological history than any other English city – a 200 million year (Devonian to Jurassic), 6,000 km journey from the southern tropics across the equator into northern latitudes.
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