Lecture 7 notes (pdf): 2014_IntroGclMaps_7
Small-scale (regional/global) geological maps – from the Commission for the Geological Map of the World.
Cross section of Fort Belknap, showing geological structure (from Science Education Resource Center at Carleton College).
An explanation of cleavage from the University of Leeds.
Lecture notes for week 6 (pdf) – 2014_IntroGclMaps_6
Igneous rocks – a picture guide from Geology.com
Igneous rocks in Britain – a simple map from the Geological Society of London.
Ordovician igneous rocks in Britain – a locality map from the GCR.
Maps of intrusive igneous structures – a guide from TU Delft.
The evolution of geological mapping
Macculloch’s magnificent map – an article from New Scientist.
Lapworth’s map worth – historic geological maps from the Lapworth Museum of Geology.
Archibald Geikie’s 1876 geological map of Scotland – from the University of Leeds.
The Assynt Culmination – from the BGS.
Solid & Drift
The 2010 paper on mapping the Vale of York bedrock and superficial geology can be downloaded here.
International Chronostratigraphic Chart (2014) – official geological time scale.
Siccar Point unconformity (photo by Anne Burgess, Wikimedia Commons)
Week 5 Lecture slides (pdf) – 2014_IntroGclMaps_5
Lecture notes on unconformities (doc) – Unconformities
The Making of Siccar Point – excellent blogpost by Highly Allochthonous about this famous unconformity.
University of Leeds Introduction to Structural Geology – Geological Maps workbook.
Digital technology and the future of geological fieldwork – paper from the Journal of the Geological Society of London.