SOUTHEAST ENGLAND REGIONAL CONFERENCE

Saturday 26 November 2016 in the Exhibition Hall of Worthing College

Geology, Landscape and Humans in Southeast England

Programme

9.00-9.40 Registration and Welcome

9.40-10.20 Chris Duffin (Natural History Museum) – ‘The Iguanodon: Iconic Dinosaur of the Weald’

10.20-11.00 Julian Murton (University of Sussex) – ‘Southeast England as a Periglaciated Landscape’

11.-11.30 Coffee/Biscuits

11.30-12.10 Sanjeev Gupta (Imperial College, London) – ‘The English Channel Megaflood: Implications for Pre-History’

12.10-12.50 Julie Gardiner (Oxbow Books) – ‘Flint Mining: organisation, operation & significance’

12.50-2.00 Buffet Lunch

2.00-2.40 Brian Short (University of Sussex) – ‘Victorian Ashdown Forest: Environment and Politics’

2.40-3.20 Jeremy Hodgkinson (Wealden Iron Research Group) – ‘Iron Working in the High Weald: 1600-1770’

3.20-4.00 Annabelle Hughes (Wealden Buildings Study Group) – ‘The Wealden House: General Model or Complete Misnomer?’

4.00-4.30 Tea/Biscuits

4.30-5.10 Tom Dommett (NT Regional Archaeologist) – ‘The Changing Landscapes of Petworth Park: Mediaeval to Modern’

5.10-5.50 Roger Smith (Southern Testing Geoconsultancy) – ‘The Geological Hazards of Southeast England– -and How to Avoid Them!’

SOUTHEAST ENGLAND REGIONAL CONFERENCE programme