British Cave Research Association Cave Science Symposium
- Life and Environmental Sciences, Research
Venue: Room NG08, The Undercroft, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES), University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, B15 2TT
Host: Ian Fairchild
The British Cave Research Association is pleased to give final details for its one-day annual Cave Science Symposium, to be held on Saturday 25 October 2014.
The venue will be Room NG08, The Undercroft, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences (GEES), at the University of Birmingham.
This will be a joint meeting with GEES, to be hosted by Professor Ian Fairchild. A Karst Science Field Meeting to Dudley Limestone Mines, Wren’s Nest NNR and the Dudley Museum is planned for Sunday 26 October.
Whether you are an academic, an amateur scientist, geologist or a caver wanting to find out more about the karst environment, you should find something of interest at the Symposium. For a provisional programme of presentations see the latest circular.
Pre-registration is not required, but, in order to avoid delay to the start, please arrive before 9.00am, when registration will commence.
The admission charge, to include morning and afternoon refreshments, will be £5, with free entry to speakers, students and members of the sponsor organisations. Donations to help finance the meeting will also be accepted.
Please print out the campus map in advance. If arriving by car, enter the Campus via the North Gate on Pritchatts Road, park in the North Car Park (parking is free at weekends) and walk to R26/R27 on the map, where the event will be sign posted. If arriving by train, alight at University Station and walk downhill to R26/R27.
Attendees may bring their own lunch packs, or buy food at R23 onsite. The BCRA AGM will be held from 12.00 until 1.00pm.
For further information email lecture secretary Dr Trevor Faulkner by 23 October, or call +44 (0)1625 531 558.
All are welcome.