Mike Roberts, a mature student from Amlwch, conducted the research as part of his Ph D at Bangor University’s School of Ocean Sciences, supported by the Cemlyn Jones Trust and the Countryside Council for Wales.
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This newly-discovered history of how sea level changed in North Wales has also revealed information about the size of the ancient ice sheets that used to cover Snowdonia, when and how fast they disappeared and provided important information on the properties of the molten Earth beneath Britain. The amount of data from this single locality is unprecedented.
Mikes career demonstrates that its never too late to go to university and is also a testament to the effectiveness of Bangor University in training mature students.
In his early thirties he decided to embark on a degree course at Bangor University via an Access to Higher Education Course at Coleg Menai and his exceptional abilities were rewarded with a first class Honours Degree in Ocean Sciences and a Ph. Explore further: Hidden communities revealed by new DNA sequencing More information: Mike Robertss paper in the Journal of Quaternary Science is available here: onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10 …
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After leaving school with a few basic qualifications Mike spent the next 15 years seeking employment wherever it was available, working as a general labourer, driver, plasterer and commercial fisherman locally and in England and Germany. He now works as a geological consultant within the SEACAMS project in the School of Ocean Sciences.
In his early thirties he decided to embark on a degree course at Bangor University via an Access to Higher Education Course at Coleg Menai and his exceptional abilities were rewarded with a first class Honours Degree in Ocean Sciences and a Ph.
Then one day sometime between 8,800 and 8,400 years ago, a high spring tide actually separated Ynys Môn or Anglesey, from the mainland for the first time. Sea levels kept on rising and for some 4,000 years only a tidal causeway, in the vicinity of Ynys Gored Goch in the Swellies, linked Anglesey with the mainland at low tides.
Then at some time between 5,800 and 4,600 years ago there came a moment when even the lowest of the low spring tides failed to reveal any dry land and the tidal strait as we know it today was first formed, he said. supervisors, said Mikes study not only unlocks the recent geological history of the region in which we work, it also demonstrates that the NE Menai Strait is one of the most important localities for sea-level reconstructions in the whole of Europe.
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