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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-411

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Annual Report of the Delegacy lxix First Degrees Sc Special Geology 2nd Class Honours Upper Division 2nd Class Honours Lower Division rd Class Honours Higher Degrees Ph Beg 'Petrological and environmental aspects of the sediments of the Thames Estuary Ph Lewis Ά study of recent carbonate sediments around the principal islands of the Seychelles and on the Seychelles Bank Ph Gwendolen Wallace 'The environmental and palaeoeco- logical history of the Devonian of the Boulonnais northern France Departmental Notes Professor Taylor presided at the seventh international Sedimento- logical Congress held in Reading and Edinburgh during August He delivered the Abbott Memorial Lecture at the University of Notting- ham in October Dr Prentice served as member of the Thames Estuary Study Group Port of London Authority and as member of the Raw Materials Committee of the British Ceramic Research Association Dr Howie gave illustrated lectures on gemstones to the Leices- ter Literary and Philosophical Society the Natural History Society of Northumberland Durham and Newcastle-upon-Tyne the Green- hough Club University College and to the Geological Departments of Oxford University Nottingham University and Northern Poly- technic Together with Dr Jones he reported on the nature of the clay minerals in the slipped material from the Aberfan colliery tip Temporary partition of the department during rebuilding raised many problems While the East Wing laboratories continued in use for lectures and practical classes most of the collections and demonstra- tion material had to be housed in the Norfolk Hotel and communica- tions between the two were far from satisfactory Undergraduates and postgraduates as well as academic and technical staff have in conse- quence had difficult year The annual field mapping class was held in Donegal and other field classes in Banff Tenby and the Central Massif France
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