I had a wonderful experience recently.
I had an e mail from BRERC ( Bristol Regional Environmental Records Centre ) which is the central repository for the environmental data for the region. 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 Severn; and to the east are the Cotswold Hills.
The e mail said that BRERC’s latest book “Geological Sites of the Bristol Region” had been published and copies were available to be collected at Bristol Museum.
I rushed over there and duly received my FREE “Author’s copy”, cover price £19.50. To say that I was chuffed is perhaps an understatement.
My contribution to the book was an article on the Redcliffe Caves and a geological poem – Search this blog for “Earth Song.”
I encourage you all to rush out and buy a copy because it is an excellent and well written book by a class act of Earth Scientists, and me, but I understand if you wish to think before buying because of the price. It is a reference book.
This book 5 in BRERC’s series of environmental books.
More information about BRERC can be gained from their web site:
Here is a sample page from the book.
© Richard Kefford 2020 Eorðdraca.
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