Dynamic Dye Tracing Experiment at the Marble Arch Caves
14 Mar 2020 @ 10.00 am - 3.00 pm - Meet at the Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre
Sessions: 10.00 am – 12.00 noon and 1.00 pm – 3.00 pm
£5 per person
Suitability: All (children must be 12yrs+ and accompanied by an adult
Ability level: Not suitable for persons with restricted mobility or wheel chair access.
Booking essential – Visit the Marble Arch Caves website
Join Geological Survey of Northern Ireland and Marble Arch Caves staff to hear about the hydrology of these fascinating caves while watching the Shruh Croppa 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 equipment used to carry out these exciting experiments. Find out more about the tracing experiments that have been carried out in the wonderfully wet County of Fermanagh!
Please wear comfortable outdoor walking boots/wellingtons and bring waterproof clothing with warm layers (hats, gloves, etc.)