Scotland's geodiversity is remarkable. For our size, we have some of the most varied geology in the world, and the west of Scotland is home to much of this exciting story. The Group's casework so far includes evidence of flash floods in the Old Red desert, world-class Carboniferous fossil trees and the Highland Boundary Fault beneath the ground that results in the mountainous boundary between the Highlands and the Lowlands.
- Find Out More
On this page, learn about the type of work the Strathclyde Geoconservation Group does and find out how to get involved!
- Local Sites of Interest
Find your local geoconservation site in the Strathclyde area for a fun day out!
- Glasgow's Geodiversity
A poster promoting Glasgow's geodiversity, designed by the BGS and Glasgow City Council, can be found here.
- Field Trip Code of Practice
Everyone has the right to be on most land and inland water, providing they act responsibly. Your access rights and responsibilities are explained fully in the Scottish Outdoor Access Code.
- Contact Us
The Chair of the Group is Margaret Greene and the Secretary Barbara Balfour, who can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Project Manager for Scottish Geodiversity Forum
Scottish Geodiversity Forum is advertising for a freelance Project Manager for 25 days work from January to October 2017.
- Website for the Bearsden Shark
As part of its work to raise the profile of the famous fossil, the Bearsden Shark community group has created a website.
- Fossil Grove update
There have been encouraging developments in the campaign to improve the condition of the Fossil Grove SSSI.
- Friends of Hugh Miller newsletter
The latest edition of the newsletter is now available, No 29. It includes the runner-up entry in the recent Hugh Miller writing competition "Testimony of the Rocks".
- Weekend of Geoconservation Activity
Geoconservation events will take place on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th October in Edinburgh.