From small rockfalls to entire mountainside collapses –how landslides shape the landscape and pose a (growing?) risk

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Date Wednesday, January 8, 2020
Time 19:30


Winter Lecture by Dr Dunning, Newcastle University

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Castle Street, Carlisle CA3 8TP

Dr. Dunning from Newcastle University will talk about rockfalls and their significance in the landscape.   He was monitory the Rock of Tremaine at Castle Rock before its spectacular fall last winter and will include this in his talk which promises to be very interesting.
This is a joint meeting with Carlisle Natural History Society in the very comfortable lecture theatre at Tullie House and everyone is most welcome.
The Devonshire Road (Castle car park) car park next to the Castle closes at 8pm. Parking needs to be around the Tullie House roads or in one of the other car parks that remain open in the evenings e.g. West Walls car park.