Geowalks: Evidence of Snowball Earth, with David Webster

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The ‘Snowball Earth’ deposits of Islay and the Garvellachs are one of the ‘51 Best Places to see Scotland’s Geology’. Together the islands record a thick, well-exposed, and complete section […]

Geowalks: The Midland Valley – cradle of enlightenment

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The Midland Valley, sandwiched between two of Scotland’s great fault lines, contains some of Scotland’s youngest rocks, including the coal fields. These lie above older, rifted continental crust. We’ll trace […]

Geowalks: Journey along the Moine Thrust

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The Moine Thrust runs through the Western Highlands of Scotland, from near Durness to Skye, and is one of Scotland’s great geological divisions. To the west lies a mix of […]

EGS Lecture: Drilling into mines for heat

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Drilling into mines for heat: the UK Geoenergy Observatory in Glasgow Alison Monaghan, BGS Edinburgh Net-zero carbon targets require significant progress to be made in the decarbonisation of heat. Utilisation […]

Scottish Lime Centre Trust – free traditional building workshops

Scottish Lime Centre Trust Charlestown Workshops, 2 Rocks Road, Charlestown, Fife

  Scottish Lime Centre Trust continuously aim to promote and further the preservation and development of Scottish building traditional crafts and skills. As part of our funding grant awarded by […]

EGS Lecture: The Port Askaig Formation in Argyll

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The Port Askaig Formation in Argyll: uncovering the evidence for repeated climatic changes in a Cryogenian glacial sequence Anthony Spencer The Port Askaig Formation (PAF) in the Garvellach Islands and […]

North West Highlands UNESCO Global Geopark Geotour

Under the guidance of the Geopark Geologist Pete Harrison, the Geopark Tour is aimed at helping you understand and interpret the unique geology of the Geopark. Over the course of […]