Science: Clare Island - The Record of a 600-Million Year Assembly line - John Graham by The Royal Irish Academy published on 2013/06/14 13:58:46 +0000 Clare Island - The Record of a 600-Million Year Assembly Line John Graham Clare Island's dramatic and diverse landscape shows the evidence of 6000 million years of climate change. John Graham tells this fascinating story. John R. Graham is a Senior Lecturer and Head of the Department of Geology at Trinity College, Dublin. He was educated at the University of Manchester and the University of Exeter and lectured for five years at Plymouth Polytechnic (now the University of Plymouth before joining TCD in 1978. He was elected Fellow of the college in 1985 and currently lectures in sedimentology, stratigraphy and aspects of Irish geology. He has worked on sedimentological aspects of rocks varying from Ordovician to Carboniferous age in many parts of western Ireland from West Cork to Donegal. Professor Graham is the editor of New Survey of Clare Island Volume 2: Geology. www.ria.ie Disclaimer: The Royal Irish Academy has prepared the content of this website responsibly and carefully, but disclaims all warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the information contained in any of the materials. The views expressed are the authors’ own and not those of the Royal Irish Academy.