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Over the past ten years there have been several rock and fossil fairs in Dudley, but no more events like that of September 2002. So what do people remember about it? Readers of the BCGS newsletter were asked to send in their memories of that night. Many of these were similar to the accounts the [...]
I had not been a member of the Black Country Geological Society (BCGS) for long and was enjoying my first Dudley rock and fossil fair on the weekend of the 21st / 22nd September 2002. However, what happened as Sunday night passed into Monday morning made the weekend most memorable. During the night I sensed [...]
A tsunami is a large wave event which can cause huge devastation to the areas it hits. The name tsunami is derived from the Japan and means harbour (tsu) wave (nami) A tsunami is an event caused by the vertical displacement of a large volume of water, generally this is under the sea but it has [...]