I know the Met Office considers the first of December to be the beginning of winter, but I always feel the season doesn’t really start until the beginning of the new year. So, on that thought and to cheer us all up with a bit of geological ‘sun’, this week … Read More
This is just a short note to explain what Alister has recently been working hard on. That is, he has been improving how readers can print and change the PDF elements of Deposits articles.
Today, we start a short two-part series on Indian fossils and, on 6 September 2020, we start a major series of articles on dinosaur footprints in the area around Whitby, on the north Yorkshire coast.
Today, we start a major five part series on on the ‘Chain of Craters Road’ on Hawaii’s Big Island. The articles are in the form of a road trip that you can follow, if and when you are lucky enough to go to this wonderful part of the world to … Read More
Today and tomorrow, we are lucky enough to be publishing some exceptionally interesting articles. Today, we publish an article (Flints in the Late Cretaceous Chalk of NW Europe) by Professor Rory Mortimore. I have been lucky enough to have met Rory on a number of occasions and I can report … Read More
If you are coming to this post after having read Alister’s message (A message from Alister and the Deposits team), you will know why the team at Deposits has decided to move the magazine online. While it is a shame that this has had to be done so suddenly, I … Read More
These have been extraordinary times, but, unlike other times of international and national crises, the pandemic has touched each and everyone of us in some shape or form, and will force big changes going forward. Deposits has always been a not-for-profit undertaking and has run at a loss for several … Read More