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For its 18th year, the Ross-on-Wye Science Society presents a forum of entertaining lectures, discussions and scientific facts.
The next meeting of the 2018-19 season will be held on
Wednesday -13th March 2019 - 7.00 for 7.30pm
The Hotel has a Bar and Restaurant open for pre-meeting food and drink
Members and guests please remember entrance is free to students and school pupils.
.... the evolution of the Atlantic Ocean
This is second wednesday of March
We live on a dynamic planet. Continents and oceans have come and gone throughout Earth's history. Early ideas on "Continental drift" formulated from the southern hemisphere, were met with great scepticism. However, evidence from the Gondwanan land masses of Africa, South America and Australia (and Atlantic Ocean) ultimately provided a compelling argument for what would become the unifying concept for planet Earth - Plate Techtonics.
Dr Brian Williams
The Society Meets in Castle Lodge Hotel at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of the Month
The hotel has its own car park.
Chairman: Norman Pomfret 01989 565948 firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Jan Falkiner 01989 720539 email@example.com