Dye Tracing Experiment in the Marble Arch Caves
16 Feb 2019 @ 10am-12noon & 1pm-3pm - Marble Arch Caves
Session 1: 10am-12noon
Session 2: 1pm-3pm
Meet at Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre
BOOKING ESSENTIAL – online booking available in January (link available when tickets are released).
Cost: £3 per adult; children free
STRICTLY 12 years+
For more information contact +442866321815
To book your place please click here: https://nisciencefestival.com/event.php?e=119
As part of the Northern Ireland Science Festival 2019, a Dye Tracing Experiment will be taking place in the Marble Arch Caves.
The world famous Marble Arch Caves provide a glimpse into a fascinating, natural underworld of rivers, winding passages and lofty chambers and are a key site within the wider UNESCO Global Geopark.
Join Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, Arup and Marble Arch Caves staff to hear about the hydrology of these fascinating caves while watching the Owenbrean River turn a luminous shade of green! Dye tracing is a method used by hydrogeologists to track and trace the flow of underground streams and rivers. Learn about the importance of dye tracing in the field of Geology and the various equipment used to carry out these exciting experiments. Find out more about the tracing experiments that have been carried out in the wonderfully wet Counties Fermanagh and Cavan!