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Geography Inspiring People Talks: The Ice Age in Scotland

17 Jan 2018, 7.30PM–9.00PM
Logie Lecture Theatre, University of Stirling, Stirling, FK9 4LA
Professor Colin Ballantyne

As recently as 25,000 years ago, Scotland was completely buried by an ice sheet over a kilometre thick, the last of a succession of ice sheets and glaciers that have sculpted the landscape into its present form over the last 2.5 million years.  Colin's talk will explore the climate changes of the last ice age and the effects of glaciation on Scotland's scenery.

Entry

This event is open to all. Admission at door is £10 (£8 with a Tiso's Outdoor Experience Card), free for RSGS members, students and under 18s.

Further information

This event is run by the Royal Scottish Geographical Society with Environmental Geography, University of Stirling (@UoS_EnvGeog).  For the latest information please see www.rsgs.org.  In partnership with Tiso: the outdoor retail specialist.

RSVP: This event is open to all. Admission at door is £10 (£8 with a Tiso's Outdoor Experience Card), free for RSGS members, students and under 18s.

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