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The most recent articles from Humberside Geologist -

The distribution of indicator glacial erratics in eastern Yorkshire by Mike Horne

The scientific study of glacial erratics by Mike Horne

Report of the East Riding Boulder Committee 2011 to 2021 [alphabetic version] by David Hill and Mike Horne

Report of the East Riding Boulder Committee 2011 to 2021 [geographic version] by Mike Horne

An Ancient Mere at Barmston on the Holderness Coast – The Snail’s Tale (pdf 710k) by Arthur Speed

Excursion to South Ferriby, May 1970

Other new or updated articles and webpages -

A geological alphabet from the geological "I Spy" virtual meetings (started in 2020; ongoing)

The Yorkshire Type Erratics Collection

The Centenary Chalk Project of the Hull Geological Society

Report of the 2003 survey of the North Cave Wetlands

Updated Society archival pages -

Latest News

Officers and Committee Members 1983 onwards

Club Night topics 2013 onwards

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Complete list of articles from Humberside Geologist

Obituaries

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