15th March 13
From March 11-14th DLD’s Geography department, in collaboration with Portland Place School embarked upon their 5th Annual A Level Field Study, this year taking in the beautiful scenery of Malham Tarn in North Yorkshire. 23 students were escorted by Courtney Love-Weeden, Imogen Riley and Simon Ruggerio, where studies of hydrosere succession, fluvial processes and rural environments were conducted. In addition, students were able to visit the famed Malham Cove, an 80 metre high and 300 metre wide crag of carboniferous limestone formed after the last ice age.
We thank Field Studies Council Malham Tarn for their excellent tuition and guidance. Good luck to Geography students on their upcoming Unit 2 and 4 examinations.
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