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A Celebration of Suffolk Geology
GeoSuffolk's 10th Anniversary volume

edited by Roger Dixon

 

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The last few copies of this volume have been reduced to half price, and it is now available for only £10 by calling in person at the Reg Driver Centre, Christchurch Park, Ipswich. It may also be bought at the Ipswich Museum, High Street, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 3QH.
If calling at the museum for your copy then please ask at the information desk for Gen Broad or Martin Sanford.
As this is a heavy, large format publication, it cannot be ordered on line as the postage costs would be prohibitive.
All cheques should be made payable to 'GeoSuffolk'


CONTENTS
Foreword: The Earl of Cranbrook
GeoSuffolk – a decade of achievement. Compiled by Roger Dixon and Caroline and Bob Markham

A FOUNDATION

Geodiversity, Suffolk: an introductory excursion. Tim D Holt-Wilson
Suffolk geology: my first impressions. Ann Ainsworth
Suffolk Geology for Children Susan Brown
The U3A in Suffolk. Derek Barbanell
A history of geoconservation in Suffolk. Jonathan G Larwood
From Pipe Rock to the Pleistocene: a working journey through the geological record. Jeff Redgrave
Life, the Universe and Sutton Knoll. Barry Hall
Remarks on Natural History in East Anglia and the Quaternary. Richard West
Prehistoric Attitudes: A Suffolk Pedigree. Steven Plunkett

THE STRATIGRAPHY

Brief description of Silurian rock from the Stutton borehole. Roger Dixon
The Chalk of Suffolk Mark A. Woods, Rory N. Mortimore and Christopher J. Wood
Field Guide to the Harwich Formation and Pleistocene Deposits of Harkstead Shore. Bill George
Why look again at the Coralline Crag? Mainly a Molluscan Story. P.E.Long and J.A.Zalasiewicz
Bryozoans from the Pliocene Coralline Crag of Suffolk: a brief review Paul D Taylor & Anna B. Taylor
The Red, Norwich and Wroxham Crags of Northern Suffolk. Richard Hamblin and James Rose
An Arctic ostracod fauna from the Pre-Ludhamian (late Pliocene to early Pleistocene) Red Crag Formation at Buckanay Farm, Suffolk, England. Adrian Wood
The Chicken Pit at Sutton Knoll: Boulder Bed excavation, Preliminary Report. Ann Ainsworth and John Hudson
Biotic interaction in the Suffolk Crags. Elizabeth M Harper
Burrowing into the past: history of research on the Norwich and Weybourne Crag voles (Arvicolidae, Rodentia). David F Mayhew
The Norwich Crag geology of the country around Westleton. Howard B Mottram
Determining Macoma species from the Crag: balthica, calcarea, obliqua, or anyone for praetenuis? Peter Norton
Preglacial rivers (Thames, Bytham), palaeosols, and early humans in Suffolk, UK. James Rose, Richard Hamblin and Peter Allen.
The genesis and significance of the Middle Pleistocene glacial meltwater and associated deposits in East Anglia. P.L.Gibbard and P. van der Vegt
Deducing Glacier Behaviour in Suffolk. Peter Allen
Scandinavian Indicators in East Anglia’s “pre-Glacial” Succession Peter G. Hoare
The Palaeolithic Archaeological Record of Suffolk Simon G Lewis

SOME GEOMORPHOLOGY

Gulls of East Suffolk. Caroline Markham
The Orford Ness Shingle – Geomorphology and Geology. Christopher Green and Duncan McGregor
The Havergate Island Hydrograph Anomaly. S J Linford-Wood

FLORILEGIUM
A model of the Ipswich urban area: geological mapping in 3D. Steve Mathers
Two Road Embankments over Peat in East Suffolk. Peter J Cearns and Michael G Burch
The UEA series of research boreholes (1968-1970) in the pre-glacial ‘Pleistocene’ of East Anglia. Alan Lord
A Short History of Geology at Ipswich Museum. Bob Markham
Suffolk’s First Earth Scientists: Arthur Young (1741-1820) and Richard Cowling Taylor (1789-1851). Peter Banham
GeoSuffolk and building stone trails Roger Dixon
Suffolk Field Trips: how to get there, what to eat, who to eat it with and where! Bob Markham
The Pliocene Deli – a culinary trawl through the Red Crag. Roger Dixon
The GeoSuffolk Archive Collection compiled by Roger Dixon
The GeoSuffolk 10th Anniversary Volume Sponsors

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