Scotland’s geodiversity is world-class: shaped during some three billion years of our planet’s history by the movements of the Earth’s tectonic plates, mountain building, volcanism, ice ages, sea-level change and the processes of erosion and deposition.
Scottishgeology.com is a permanent gateway site, enabling you to find out more about Scotland’s geodiversity. Sections of the site include:
Scotland’s Geology: 10 things you should know, geological time scale, map, regional geology and famous Scottish geologists.
Where to go: Classic sites, Geoparks, fossil collecting.
Find out more: Geoconservation, publications, teachers’ guide, activity packs and glossary.
Any problems with this site, please let us know – firstname.lastname@example.org