Core Surprise: What’s Inside a Plate Boundary Fault in Scotland Charlie King, Scotgold, Cononish As the Cononish Gold Mine is brought into production, the question arises- what’s next? This presentation […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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