The Scottish Geology Trust’s Geology does campaign celebrates the contribution geology makes to Scotland. It’s the country’s bedrock; it tells Scotland’s story; it resources our future. The campaign launches on […]
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Two geological sites in Scotland have been recognised by the International Union of Geological Sciences in a list of the First 100 Geological Heritage Sites. These are sites of significant […]
NatureScot is seeking views on the updated and refreshed Scottish Fossil Code which is due for relaunch in early 2023.
A recent survey carried out by researchers from England and Slovenia has charted the invertebrate animals living in thirty-two caves distributed across Scotland. Although surveys like this have been carried […]
The Scottish Geology Trust is keen to work with volunteers and NatureScot to help protect Scotland’s geological sites of national and local importance. In a recent seminar, Dr Rachel Wignall […]
The Scottish geological community have written to Alex Paterson, Chief Executive of Historic Environment Scotland, suggesting that the temporary fence closing off the Radical Road in Holyrood Park in Edinburgh […]