A number of suggestions have been put forward for the commencement of Anthropocene time with its significant human impact on Earth's geology and ecosystems. What could be better than the year 2020? We have a worldwide event with significant effects on biosystems, pollution, raw materials extraction and much more - easily measurable. Let us not lose the opportunity! Bob Markham
GeoSuffolk Notes are written by our Chairman, Bob Markham - several more have been downloaded to our Archive recently:
No.13 Sarsens and more at Ipswich Museum.
No. 29 The Norwich Chalk.
No 37 Sites at Brandon, Bury St Edmunds, Mendlesham, Claydon, Bramford, Felixstowe and Ipswich.
No 49 Copper at Ipswich Museum
No 52 Trilobites at Ipswich Museum
No 61 Porcelain at Christchurch mansion
No 66 James Reid Moir's Red Crag flints.
Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB volunteers with GeoSuffolk have recently refreshed the SSSI at Sudbourne Park. This is on private property, but may be viewed from the adjacent public footpath.