Geological Sites of the Bristol Region

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Geological Sites of the Bristol Region

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An introduction to the variety of geology in the local region. Showcasing the information held on geological sites at BRERC, and the work of many local experts. Includes information on the many local groups and organisations for people with a common interest in geology.

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The Bristol Region covers the West of England area, with Bristol and Bath at its heart. To the north it incorporates Thornbury and Wickwar; to the south, Chew Valley Lake and the edge of the Mendip Hills; to the west, Weston-super-Mare and the estuary of the River Severn; and to the east are the Cotswold Hills.

The Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre (BRERC) is the central repository for environmental data for the region. It collects, manages and distributes information on both the wildlife and geology of the Bristol Region.

The intention of this book is to provide a useful and informative introduction to the variety of geology in the local region. It showcases the information held on geological sites at BRERC, and the work of many local experts. At the end of the book there is information on the many local groups and organisations for people with a common interest in geology.

BRERC is a partnership of the Local Authorities, Avon Wildlife Trust, the Environment Agency and Wessex Water, and is administered by Bristol Culture (part of Bristol City Council).

This is the fifth volume in the series Wildlife and Geology of the Bristol Region and follows The Flora of the Bristol Region (2000), Butterflies of the Bristol Region (2003), Moths of the Bristol Region (2008) and Dragonflies and Damselflies of the Bristol Region (2013).


ISBN: 9780954523534
Size: 189mm X 246mm
Pages: 300
Published: 6/2018