Paleonet: "Charles W. Peach: one of Darwin's barnacle providers" - Palaeontographical Society Talk, Wednesday 15th April, Natural History Museum
Howe, Michael P
mhowe at bgs.ac.uk
Thu Jan 29 14:21:00 GMT 2009
List members in the UK will be interested in the following talk to be given by Dr Lyall Anderson. It is open to all:
The 3rd Annual Address of the Palaeontographical Society will be held on Wednesday 15th April, at 4:30 pm in the Flett Lecture Theatre of the Natural History Museum, London.
The address will be given by Dr Lyall Anderson (University of Cambridge) to mark the bicentenary of Charles Darwin's birth. Darwin published his famous work on barnacles as a Palaeontographical Society Monograph and Dr Anderson's address is entitled: "Charles W. Peach: one of Darwin's barnacle providers".
Tea and coffee will be served beforehand in the foyer of the Flett Lecture Theatre from 4 pm.
Further information about the Society can be obtained from the Co-Secretaries, Dr S. Long (s.long at nhm.ac.uk) or Dr P. Barrett (p.barrett at nhm.ac.uk) or from the Society website (http://www.nhm.ac.uk/hosted_sites/palsoc/).
Dr Mike Howe
British Geological Survey
Email:mhowe at bgs.ac.uk
Tel: 0115 9363105
Fax: 0115 9363200
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