An Introduction To Geological Maps – Week 4
Lecture notes (pdf) – 2014_IntroGclMaps_4
Faults, Earthquakes and Landscape – a guide from the Geology Cafe website.
Teaching Resources in Structural Geology – courtesy of the University of Leeds.
The Rock Cycle: Faults – web resource from the Geological Society of London.
Geologizing With Darwin – a Scientific American blogpost about Charles Darwin’s training in geological mapping.
Llanymynech Rocks! – my blogpost about Darwin and the geology of the Anglo-Welsh border.
An Introduction To Geological Maps – Week 3
Week 3 class notes (pdf) – 2014_IntroGclMaps_3
Anne Phillips, Trowelblazer.
Google Earth locations for teaching geological mapping (courtesy of the Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College).
A real life geological map, from a satellite image of China (courtesy of the Highly Allochthonous website)
An Introduction To Geological Maps – Week 2
Lecture notes (pdf) for Class 2 – 2014_IntroGclMaps_2.
BGS Maps Portal – maps and sections 1832 to 2014.
BGS Map Symbols and Ornaments – the full guide.
October 17th 2014 was ‘Geologic Map Day‘ – Earth Science Week here providing lots of resources.
Highly Allochthonous blogpost on the mapping of folded rocks.
100 Great Geosites – Geological Society of London competition to find the best geological localities in the UK.
BBC News – Why do people love Ordnance Survey maps?
An Introduction To Geological Maps – Week 1
William Smith’s 1815 geological map of England and Wales (and a little bit of Scotland).
Lecture notes (PDF) – 2014_IntroGclMaps_1
Lecture notes (PowerPoint) – 2014_IntroGclMaps_1
iGeology – the BGS Smartphone app that puts geological maps in your pocket.
Geology of Britain viewer – another cool tool from the BGS.
Wired’s Map Lab – a plethora of articles about scientific mapping.
Geological Mapwork – geological mapping exercises from Earth Learning Idea.