Jurassic Coast turns into classroom

THE Jurassic Coast of Devon is to become a giant classroom for budding geologists in a project being run by the Natural History Museum.

THE Jurassic Coast of Devon is to become a giant classroom for budding geologists in a project being run by the Natural History Museum.

The pilot scheme is using the 95 miles of Devon and Dorset coastline as a centre for teaching geology.

Other specialist courses based at Lyme Regis include marine nematodes and petroleum.

The courses will run for two months and are designed to appeal to people with general interests or those who want to learn more about a particular subject.


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