Tectonic Hazards Day: A Level Key Notes and Revision

Posted on 2nd March 2017

Come join our expert staff at University Centre Shrewsbury for a day of specialist sessions in a higher education environment.





Session 1: All the Latest on Plate Tectonics: A review of the latest thinking on movement mechanisms and impact (Sue Warn)

11.00am Morning Break
11.15am Session 2: When Continents Collide: Earthquake hazard and risk along the deadliest tectonic belt on Earth (Dr Martin Degg)
11.55am Session 3: Tectonic Hazards of the Caribbean (Dr Servel Miller)
12.35pm Lunch
1.35pm Session 4: Living in Europe's Supervolcano: Volcanic hazard and risk in the Bay of Naples (Dr Martin Degg)
2.15pm Session 5: How to Avoid a Disaster in your A Level Tectonic Hazards Paper (Gill Miller)
2.55pm Close - tour of UCS is available




We can offer a maximum of 25 student places per school or college, and places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

To reserve places, please contact us at outreach@ucshrewsbury.ac.uk including your name, institution and how many places you wish to reserve.