Once a year the society publishes the Mercian Geologist, its
own journal, compiled by an editor who is a member of the Council.
Papers are invited and published on all geological topics and whilst
items on East Midlands geology are especially welcome, there is no
restriction on the scope of papers considered. In recent years the
journal has been refurbished and remodelled to give a more modern
look, and now has more news features, informal reports and comment.
The editor is pleased to receive non-scientific input
from members on the society's affairs.
Mercian Geologist - notes for contributors
LANDMARKS OF GEOLOGY:
The Society publishes the "Landmarks of Geology" series from the Mercian Geologist in the Local Geology section, and invites you to use this valuable source of reference. The series will continue to grow with successive items in our journal. Any reference to these items should cite the Mercian Geologist and the issue that they originate from, and not this website.
MERCIAN GEOLOGIST ARCHIVE:
|Back issues of the Mercian Geologist
are now available online as free downloads
|Volumes 1-18, (1964-2014) are available as complete issues
Volumes 1-12, (1964-1992) are available as individual pdfs for each section
Volume 13+, (1992 onwards) are available as individual pdfs for separate papers and reports
The later issues go online a year after their initial publication. For the current and preceding issues, printed copies are available as above from the secretary.
The archives are now in preparation, and complete runs will only be available some time in the future.
For a cumulative index to the Mercian Geologist, Click here.
This has been started with Volume 17 (2008-2011), and preceding volumes are currently being prepared for addition.
An index for Volumes 1-12 (1964-1991) was issued as Volume 12, Number 4.
|| |Sandstone Caves of Nottingham
The fourth edition of the very popular guide, Sandstone Caves of Nottingham, is now available. Updated from the previous edition, it has 56 pages and contains 75 maps and photographs, all in full colour.
On sale for £5.00 at outlets in Nottingham.
The Geology of the East Midlands
The guide contains a number of excursions which illustrate the
great diversity in geology of the East Midlands region that
can be studied within short distances of the main population
areas of Nottingham, Leicester and Derby.
The detailed excursions can be undertaken on foot or by car
and very from two hours to whole days.
Derbyshire Blue John
The third edition, now published by the Society, of Trevor Ford’s classic and definitive book on Blue John is now available. Fully revised, up-dated and expanded, it has 80 pages containing 152 photographs and maps all in colour.
By mail-order from www.moorebooks.co.uk
and on sale for £6.50 at outlets in the Peak District.