Field Geology of the Yorkshire coast - The North Sea basin exposed on land
In the film Field Geology of the Yorkshire coast will Professor Knut Bjørlykke take you on a journey to geological sites of the Yorkshire coast in England. See how the North sea basin reveals its secrets when it get exposed on land.
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The Yorkshire coastline and the North Sea
The Yorkshire coastline is known for its geological history which is covering geological formations for million years ago at the geological time scale from the Pre-Carboniferous period to the Quaternary age (Cenozoic era) we are in now.
The Yorkshire coastline ends in the North Sea basin and this film reveals some secrets from the North Sea when it get exposed on land.
Short introduction to the film: Field Geology of the Yorkshire Coast - The North Sea Basin exposed on land (pdf), Knut Bjørlykke, Department of Geosciences, University of Oslo.
See the film "Field Geology of the Yorkshire coast - The North Sea basin exposed on land" online below.
Manuscript and production:
- Idea and realisation: Professor Knut Bjørlykke, Department of Geosciences
- Production: NATURA/ Arve Helling
- Art director and editing: Lorica Film/ Fred Solli
Language: English | Time: 118 minuttes | Production year: 2003
Professor Johan Petter Nystuen, Department of Geosciences and students from the University of Oslo.