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What did the Ice Age ever do for us? (lecture)

Date:
Wednesday, 21 November 2018
Time:
12:00 am
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Scotland’s scenery has been shaped by moving ice and meltwater over hundreds of thousands of years, but the Ice Age has also affected the sea bed around Scotland and it influences today’s society in surprising ways.

This public lecture, organised by the Edinburgh Geological Society and Dynamic Earth, gives the opportunity to hear first-hand about recent advances in our understanding of the Ice Age in Scotland.

Further details, including booking information, can be found here.

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