GSI Publications List
Title Price Author/Explanation
12 Counties Quarry Directory CD €15.00 W. Cox & A. Bell (2000). The Twelve Counties Quarry Directory covers the active quarries within the border counties and in Northern Ireland. This directory was published by The Geological Survey of Ireland and The Geological Survey of Northern Ireland.
A Master Class Guide to the Granites of Donegal €20.00 W.S. Pitcher & D.H.W. Hutton (2003). This publication gives a general introduction with an outline of the plutonic history followed by details of suggested excursions through the Main Donegal Granites. The publication also has a 1:63,360 scale map "Solid Geology of North West and Central Donegal" enclosed.
A Story Through Time - The Formation of the Scenic Landscape of Ireland (North) €7.00 P.J. McKeever (1999). The scenery of the 12 northern counties of Ireland is world renowned. This book highlights the story behind these scenic landscapes and proves that they are more than just stories. Spanning nearly 2000 million years of Earth history, this is the story of the formation of the rocks and landscapes of Ireland (North).
An East Clare Landscape Adventure €2.50 GSI (1998). This leaflet gives a brief guide to the vast geological history of this area and accompanies the 4 walking trail guides.
Assessment of the Geological Factors Influencing the Occurrence of Radon Hazard Areas in a Karstic Region €38.00 P.J. O'Connor et al. Folio of maps at back

Avoca: Our Mining Heritage

€2.50 Dr. P. McArdle Dr. A. Thomas (1998). A brief history of metal mining in the vale of Avoca, County Wicklow.
Bedrock Geological Map of Ireland. Scale - 1:500,000 €5.00 Bedrock Geology of Ireland, compiled by B. McConnell and S. Gatley (2006) Size: 830mm X 1100mm. Derived from the Geological Survey of Ireland 1:100,000 Bedrock Map Series and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland 1:250,000 Geological Map of Northern Ireland.
Birds - Colouring & Guide Book €1.95 This book will give you a chance to colour, identify and learn about each bird; learn their names in English, Irish and Latin and where each bird can be found.
Butterflies and Moths - Colouring & Guide Book €1.95 This colouring book includes a few of the more popular butterflies and moths that can be found in Ireland throughout the year. Also included are the English, Latin and Irish names where possible.
Building Stones of St Canice's Cathedral, Kilkenny - an Introduction to the rocks of the Kilkenny region. €2.50 D. Tietzsch-Tyler (1995). This publication, with its handy glossary and architectural groundplan, is an unusual and stimulating complement to the more normal architectural guide. The guide includes a geological walk around the Cathedral and is fully illustrated with maps, figures and a geological timescale.
Catalogue of Type, Figured and Cited Fossils in the Geological Survey of Ireland. €13.00 M. Parkes & A. Sleeman (1997). This publication catalogues the important holdings of the GSI's collection of Irish fossils and is the result of extensive work by the authors
Connemara Marble and the Industry Based on It. €4.00 M.D. Max. 2 maps in back pocket
Cuilcagh Scenic Drive - The Scenic Landscape and Rocks of Counties Cavan and Fermanagh €1.00 An 80km drive guide encompassing natural and man made attractions.
Directory of Active Quarries and Pits in Ireland (4th Edition) €20 Vincent Gallagher, David Plunkett, Nathan Chikono, Dolores Duffy and Gerry Stanley. Contains 209 entries and provides information on Crushed Rock, Sand and Gravel, and Dimension Stone operations throughout the country. ISBN 189970265-2
Directory of Active Quarries, Pits and Mines in Ireland (3rd Edition) CD
 
€32.00 E. Doyle, C. Hinch, W. Cox (2001). The 2001 edition of The Directory of Active Quarries, Pits and Mines covers those facilities currently operating in Ireland. This is the digital version which runs automatically making it easier to view the production and operation information for pits and quarries operating in Ireland.
Directory of Active Quarries, Pits and Mines in Ireland (3rd Edition) CD + Hardcopy €50.00

 

Down to Earth €0.60 Exhibition leaflet and wallchart on Ireland's geological history
Earthquakes -Our Trembling Planet €10.00 S. van Rose & R. Musson (1997). Part of the BGS Earthwise series this book looks at the geological background to earthquakes and the how, where and why they strike and why some parts of the world suffer more than others.
Earthquakes (small book) €5.00  ISBN: 0-11-884066-5

(1983) Of the innumerable earthquakes which shake our planet, the smallest pass unnoticed, whilst the largest are felt over hundreds of thousands of square kilometers. Since the dawn of civilisation, earthquakes have damaged or destroyed Man's work but the largest are not necessarily the most destructive. This booklet investigates the nature, distribution, causes and effects of these transient but terrifying natural events, and look at the possibilities of averting their most disastrous consequences.
Explore - Cuilcagh €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - Donegal €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - Lough Neagh €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - Mourne, Gullion & Cooley €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - Oriel €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - South Antrim €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - The Bann & Roe Valleys €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - The Sperrins €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - Upper Erne €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - West Breifne €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Explore - West Sligo €1.25 A series of tours, suitable for cars, ranging in length from 80 to 180km. The routes are designed to take you through areas of scenic interest. The Explore series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland
Exploring the Limestone Landscapes of the Burren and the Gort Lowlands €9.00 M. Simms (2001). This illustrated guide for walkers, cyclists and motorists has an introduction to the Burren landscape both above and beneath the surface. This is then followed by a section of seven excursions all of which are fully explained and have accompanying colour photographs of selected sites.
Fossils - Colouring & Guide Book €1.95 Produced by Sherkin Island Marine Station. This colouring book and guide features 27 fossils that were found mainly in Ireland. You will learn their scientific, common and Irish names, and something about where they lived.
Gemstones €10.00 C. Oldershaw, C. Woodward & R. Harding (Second Edition, 2004). Published by the Natural History Museum as part of a series this issue deals with gemstones and how gem minerals form, where they are found and mined and how they are identified. The book is also richly illustrated with colour photographs and facts about many different types of gemstones.
Geological guide to the Dingle Peninsula €4.00 R.R. Horne
Geological Map of Northern Ireland - Solid 1:250,000 €6.00 GSNI (1997). Solid Geology Map of Northern Ireland ( Second Edition). The marginalia holds a key coded map of the distribution of principal geological divisions and accompanying stratigraphic columns for each numbered division.
Geology and Landscape in Yeats Country - Ancient Earth's Crust and Tropical Seas. €2.50 A simple geological history and description of the area around Sligo Bay, extending eastwards and southwards from Bundoran to Manorhamilton to Collooney. There are a simplified geological map, descriptions of sites to visit, and a glossary of geological terms used in the descriptions.
Geology of Carlow - Wexford (Sheet 19): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: D. Tietzsch-Tyler & A.G. Sleeman (1995). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Carlow-Wexford: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 19, Carlow - Wexford €10.00 D. Tietzsch-Tyler & A.G. Sleeman (1994). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Connemara and South Mayo (Sheet 10): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: C.B. Long, B. McConnell (1995). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Connemara and South Mayo: A Geological Description of Southwest Mayo and adjoining parts of Northwest Galway with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 10, Connemara and South Mayo. €10.00 C.B. Long, B. McConnell & J.B. Archer (1995). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Dingle Bay (Sheet 20): Map only €5.00 Complied by M. Pracht (1995). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Dingle Bay: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 20, Dingle Bay €10.00 M. Pracht (1996). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of East Cork - Waterford (sheet 22): Map only €5.00 Compiled by A.G. Sleeman & B. McConnell (1995). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of East Cork - Waterford: A Geological Description of East Cork, Waterford and adjoining parts of Tipperary and Limerick, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 22, East Cork - Waterford. €10.00 A.G. Sleeman & B. McConnell (1995). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Galway Bay (Sheet 14): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: C.V. MacDermot, M. Pracht & B. J. McConnell (2003). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Galway Bay: A Geological Description of the Galway Bay Area, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 14, Galway Bay. €10.00 M.Pracht, A. Lees, B. Leake, M. Feely, B. Long, J. Morris & B. McConnell (2004). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Galway Offaly (Sheet 15): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: S. Gatley, A.G. Sleeman & G. Emo (2003). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Galway-Offaly: A Geological Description of Galway-Offaly and adjacent parts of Westmeath, Tipperary, Laois, Clare and Roscommon with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 15, Galway-Offaly. €10.00 S. Gatley, I. Somerville, J.H. Morris, A.G. Sleeman & G.Emo (2005). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Kerry-Cork (Sheet 21): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: M. Pracht (1997). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Kerry-Cork: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 21, Kerry - Cork €10.00 M. Pracht (1997). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Kildare - Wicklow (Sheet 16): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: B. McConnell, M.E. Philcox, C. V. MacDermott & A.G. Sleeman (1995). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Kildare - Wicklow: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 scale map, Sheet 16, Kildare - Wicklow €10.00 B. McConnell & M.E. Philcox (1994). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Laois and Offaly €40.00 Written by John Feehan and published by Offaly County Council in association with Laois County Council and the Geological Survey of Ireland. This full-colour hardback sheds new light on – and providing fascinating new insights into – the landscape heritage of the two counties. John Feehan has remained in close touch with this research since his own work on Slieve Bloom as a post-graduate student in the Department of Geology at Trinity College in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Geology of Longford and Roscommon (Sheet 12): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: M. Geraghty, C.V. MacDermott & D.C. Smith (1999). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Longford and Roscommon: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 12, Longford - Roscommon €10.00 J.H. Morris, I.D. Somerville and C.V. MacDermot. (2003). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Meath (Sheet 13): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: M. Geraghty & B. McConnell. The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Meath: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 13, Meath €10.00 B. McConnell, M. Philcox and M. Geraghty (2001). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Monaghan-Carlingford (Sheet 8/9): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: M. Geraghty (1996). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Monaghan-Carlingford: A Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 scale map, Sheet 8/9, Monaghan - Carlingford €10.00 M. Geraghty (1997). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of North Donegal (Sheet 1 & part of Sheet 2): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: B. McConnell & C.B. Long (1997). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of North Donegal: a Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 1 and part of Sheet2, North Donegal €10.00 B. McConnell & C.B. Long (1997). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of North Mayo (Sheet 6): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: M.D. Max, C.B. Long & C.V. MacDermott (1992). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of North Mayo: a Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 6, North Mayo €10.00 C.B. Long, C.V. MacDermott, J.H. Morris, A.G. Sleeman & D. Tietzsch-Tyler (1992). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Sligo - Leitrim (Sheet 7): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: S. Harney, C.B. Long & C.V. MacDermott (1996). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Sligo - Leitrim: A Geological Description of Sligo, Leitrim and adjoining parts of Cavan, Fermanagh, Mayo and Roscommon, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 7, Sligo - Leitrim €10.00 S. Harney, C.B. Long & C.V. MacDermott (1996). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of South Cork (Sheet 25): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: A.G. Sleeman & M. Pracht (1995). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of South Cork: A Geological Description of south Cork and adjoining parts of Waterford, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 25, South Cork €10.00 A.G. Sleeman & M. Pracht (1994). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of South Donegal (Sheet 3/4): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: C.B. Long, B. McConnell & G.I. Alsop (1999). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of South Donegal: a Geological Description, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 3 and part of Sheet 4, South Donegal €10.00 C.B. Long & B.J. McConnell (1999). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of South Mayo (Sheet 11): Map Only €5.00 Compiled by: B. McConnell, C. MacDermott & C.B. Long (2002). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of South Wexford (Sheet 23): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: D. Tietzsch-Tyler & A.G. Sleeman (1994). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of South Wexford: a Geological Description of South Wexford and adjoining parts of Waterford, Kilkenny and Carlow to accompany the Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 scale map series, Sheet 23, South Wexford €10.00 D. Tietzsch-Tyler & A.G. Sleeman (1994). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of the Shannon Estuary (Sheet 17): Map only €5.00 Complied by: A.G. Sleeman, M. Pracht & C.V. MacDermott (1999). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of The Shannon Estuary: A Geological Description of The Shannon Estuary Region including parts of Clare, Limerick and Kerry with accompanying bedrock geology 1:100,000 scale map, Sheet 17, The Shannon Estuary. €10.00 A.G. Sleeman & M. Pracht (1999). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of Tipperary (Sheet 18): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: D.C. Smith & A.G. Sleeman (1996). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of Tipperary: A Geological Description of Tipperary and adjoining parts of Laois, Kilkenny, Offaly, Clare and Limerick, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 18, Tipperary €10.00 J.B. Archer, A.G. Sleeman & D.C. Smith (1996). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
Geology of West Cork (Sheet 24): Map only €5.00 Compiled by: I.A.J. MacCarthy, M. Pracht & A.G. Sleeman (2002). The map sheet contains: (1) The main map area, on which are shown the geological units and their relationships; a selection of dip and strike and other structural data; a selection of fold axial traces; selected mineral occurrences. (2) A legend explaining the codes and colours used on the main map, together with the names of geological units and an abbreviated description of each. (3) Marginalia data consists of Simplified geology at ~1:500,000 Scale, lateral relationships of stratigraphic units and the principal data sources which have been used in the compilation of the map.
Geology of West Cork: A Geological Description of West Cork and adjacent parts of Kerry with accompanying bedrock geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 24, West Cork. €10.00 M. Pracht & A.G. Sleeman (2002). This booklet gives an introduction to the geology and a brief geological history for the selected area. There are also sections which cover the Quaternary Geology, selected Metallic and Industrial Mineral locations and Hydrogeology of the area. This is followed by a description of the geological units, structure, deformation, metamorphism (as appropriate) and igneous intrusions. The booklet is accompanied by a colour map which shows the distribution of rock units interpreted to lie beneath the superficial cover of soil and glacial deposits. The maps also show the location of selected mineral deposits.
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Gold in Ireland: The potential for Mineralisation €0 P. McArdle, J.H. Morris and P.R.R. Gardiner (1987) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Gravity Anomaly Map of Britain and Ireland €0  (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Groundwater and Karstification in Mid-Galway, South Mayo and North Clare €0 D.P. Drew and D. Daly. With maps (b/w ) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Groundwater Protection Schemes €0

The Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), the Department of Environment and Local Government and the Environmental Protection Agency have jointly developed a methodology for the preparation of Groundwater Protection Schemes, as outlined in this document. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)

GSI Bulletin Vol. 2, No. 2 (1977) €0 Tectonic Interpretation of a supposed "Devonian cliff Line": Tournaisian miospores and conodonts from Co. Kilkenny: Geology and geochemistry of the Northern Units of the Leinster Batholith. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 2, No. 4 (1980) €0 Age and provenance of the Carrigmore Diorite, Co. Wicklow: The stratigraphic position and age of Gortian interglacial deposits, Co Clare: Geophysical study of the Corvock Granite, Co. Mayo: Major transverse and other linears in the Leinster Granite. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 1 (1981) €0 Kinsale Formation, Co. Cork: Radioelement abundance data from E.Leinster: Upper Devonian microfloras from SE Iveragh, Co. Kerry: Upper Devonian and Lower Carboniferous clastic sequences in SW Co. Wexford:Erratics in Bantry Bay, Co. Cork. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 2 (1983) €0 Lugnaquilla Pluton:, Leinster Batholith: Palynological evidence for Carboniferous in two Celtic sea wells: Stanniferous Gneiss in NW Co. Mayo: Lower Palaeozoic intrusives in SW Co. Wexford: Radioelement geochemistry of Irish Newer Caledonian granites. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 3, No. 3 (1984) €0 GSI, retrospective view: Carboniferous palynology, NW Ireland:,Pre-Caledonian basement, Ox Mtns and L. Derg Inliers: New species of Cravenoceras, Rosses Point Inlier, Co. Sligo. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 4, No. 1 (1987) €0 Isotope review; Gold in Wicklow, Mineralisation SE margin Leinster Granite: Pleinsbachian Ostracoda, Fastnet Basin: East Carlow Deformation zone: Carboniferous west of Cork harbour: Appinites East Carlow Deformation Zone. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 4, No. 2 (1989) €0 Chromite bearing serpentinite, Co. Wexford: Chemistry and age of Corvock Granite: Co. Mayo. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
GSI Bulletin Vol. 4, No. 3 (1991) €0 Rhaetian-Bajocian ostracods,offshore West Ireland: Vitrinite reflectance on Irish coals: Barnesmore Granite desilication: Bedrock Geological Map production:SE Ireland gold mineralisation: SR isotope compositions of Tertiary intrusives, NE Ireland: Figured, Referred and other fossils returned to the GSI. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Industrial Minerals in Ireland: Their Geological Setting. €0 A.M. Flegg (1987) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
John Jackson Lecture 2004 (RDS) The Role of Groundwater €5.00 D. Daly (2004). This paper will illustrate some of the means by which geoscientific information and maps are increasingly at the core of decision making in a way that benefits the country.
Landscapes from Stone - A Guide to the Scenic Landscapes and Rocks of Ireland (North) €2.50 P.J. McKeever, N. Kearns-Mills, E. Gallagher (1998). Landscapes from Stone introduces the visitor to the scenic attractions of Ireland (North). Covering 14 areas the map highlights areas with well established walking trails, forest parks and blue flag beaches. The reverse of the map highlights areas where the geological heritage of particular areas can be examined.
Landslides in Ireland - also available as a PDF download (3Mb) €5.00 A report published by GSI in association with the Irish Landslides Working Group has found that the incidence of landslide events in upland areas of the country has been underestimated. The Landslides in Ireland Report is the culmination of a number of years work by the Group, made up of a team drawn from universities and state agencies, and was established by the GSI in early 2004 to examine the issue of landslides in Ireland.
Mineral Exploration of the Limerick Basin €0 G.A. Stanley. Twelve maps at 1:63,360. (Out of Print - Available for download through library)
Mineral localities in the Dalradian and associated igneous rocks of Co. Donegal, Republic of Ireland and of Northern Ireland €0 I.C. Legg (GSNI) and J.F. Pyne et al (GSI). Four map sheets at 1:100,000 included (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Mineral Localities in the Dalradian and associated igneous rocks of Connemara, Co. Galway. €0 N. Reynolds, P. McArdle et al. One map sheet at 1:100,000 in back pocket (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
North Atlantic Minerals Symposium 1999 - extended abstracts volume €50.00  
North Atlantic Minerals Symposium 2001 - extended abstracts volume €50.00  
North Celtic Sea - Quaternary Geology €25.00 1:250,000 UTM Marine Geology Map Series, Quaternary Geology
North from the Hook €5.00 G.L. Herries Davies (1995). The Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI) is one of the world's oldest Geological Surveys. It was founded in 1845, but its roots extend back a further twenty years to 1825. In this volume a distinguished Irish earth scientist and historian of science tells, for the first time, the story of the Survey over its life of 150 years.
Off-shore Coal in the Kish Bank Basin: Its Potential for Commercial Exploitation. €0 P. McArdle and R. Keary (1986) (Out of print - available for download in library)
Postcard - du Noyer €0.40  Old red sandstone for Devil's Punch Bowl, Mangerton, Co. Kerry
Postcard - du Noyer €0.40  Spheroidal weathering in basalt, near the Giant's Causeway, Co. Antrim
Postcard - du Noyer €0.40  Unconformity between the Old Ref Sandstone and the Lower Palaeozoic rocks at Waterford harbour
Postcard - du Noyer €0.40  Chert layers in Carboniferous Limestone, Ross Island, Lough Leane, Co. Kerry
Postcard - du Noyer €0.40  Carboniferous Limestones near Kanturk, Co. Cork
Postcard - du Noyer €0.40  Fold in Old Red Sandstone, Doneen Rock, Mallow, Co. Cork
Proceedings of the 1974 Ore Microscopy Summer School at Athlone €0 Edited by: M.J. Oppenheim (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Pumping Tests: a guide to the testing of water wells for public, industrial and farm supplies. €0 This publication is intended to provide practical tests for the carrying out of pumping tests in water wells of moderate yield, i.e. between 1000 and 10,000 gallons of water per hour (1.3 to 13 litres per second or 110-1100 cubic meters per day)
Radon exhalative properties radioelement content and rare earth element composition of Namurian Phosphorite Deposits, Co. Clare €0 P.J. O'Connor, J.F. Pyne, J.P. McLaughlin & J.S. Madden (1994)
Rare Earths in Ireland - The Potential for Deposits €0 P. McArdle (1987)
Review of Caledonian - Appalachian Stratabound Sulphides Special paper No. 5 €0 Editors: F. Vokes and E. Zachrisson
Contribution to IGCP Project 60, Correlation of Caledonian Stratabound Sulphides
Sea Life - Colouring and Guide Book. €1.95 (2003). Produced by the Sherkin Island Marine Section this colouring book will aid children in becoming familiar with life below the waves. Each picture has a colouring guide, a Latin, English and Irish name and some interesting facts about the particular organism.
Sheet 13 - Bedrock Geological Map of the Carboniferous of Central Ireland €13.00 Chevron
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Sheet 16 - Bedrock Geological Map of the Carboniferous of Central Ireland €13.00 Chevron
Sheet 18 - Bedrock Geological Map of the Carboniferous of Central Ireland €13.00 Chevron
Sheet 19 - Bedrock Geological Map of the Carboniferous of Central Ireland €13.00 Chevron
Soils Map by Teagasc €8.00  
Stratigraphic and Systematic Palynology of the Tournaisian Rocks of Ireland. €0 K. Higgs, G. Clayton and J. Keegan (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Statement of Strategy 2008 - 2010.
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GSI serves Ireland’s changing needs by providing relevant geological information and advice in a manner that is both efficient and responsive to customer needs. The National Geoscience Programme (2007-2013) sets out the future perceived national needs. This Statement of Strategy is coherent with those needs, while the National Geoscience Programme provides strong customer validation for GSI objectives.

Syndepositional sliding and slumping in the West Clare Namurian Basin, Ireland. €0 W.D. Gill. With map in back pocket (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Abandoned Mines of West Carbery - Promoters, Adventures and Miners €9.00 D. Cowman and T.A. Reilly. This is a very readable description of mining covering the period from the bronze age to the 1920's. The booklet, of 177 pages with numerous black and white plates, mine plans and line drawings, recalls many tales of the history of mining in the West Carbury Area.
The Boyne Valley in the Ice Age €6.50 R.T. Meehan & W.P. Warren (1999). A field guide to some of the Boyne Valley's most important Glacial Geological features.
The Copper Coast €4.00 J.H. Morris (1999). This guide as part of the "Landscapes from Stone" series provides an explanation of the geology of part of the Co. Waterford, a 17km stretch of coastline, together with location descriptions where geological features can be examined.
The Donegal Granites: Dimension stone potential €0 Alan Bell (1992) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Galway Granites: Dimension stone potential €0 Alan Bell (1992) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Geological Setting and Economic Potential of a Green Marble (Dalradian) at Lough Anaffrin, County Mayo, Ireland €0 C.B. Long, A.M. Flegg & K. Crilly (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Geology of Allihies Mines - Desert Rivers, Slate Mountains and Copper Ore. €2.50 D. Tietzsch-Tyler. The geological history and features of the area between Kenmare and Bantry Bays are described, together with the features connected with the abandoned mines in the vicinity of Allihies.
The Geology of Connemara : An Introduction to the Physical Structure, Ancient Environments and Modern Landscapes of parts of Northwest Galway and Southwest Mayo, with accompanying Bedrock Geology 1:100,000 Scale Map, Sheet 10, Connemara €0 J.H. Morris, C.B. Long, B. McConnell & J.B. Archer (1995). This booklet was written to accompany Sheet 10 of the 1:100,000 Map Series. Unlike previous Geological Survey of Ireland booklets published in this series, the description of the area covered by Sheet 10 has been divided into two distinct publications. This booklet is designed to cater for the non-specialist reader.
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The Geology of Northern Ireland - Our Natural Foundation €15.00 W.I. Mitchell (Ed. 2004, Second Edition). This publication gives a comprehensive account of the rocks and deposits shown on the 1997 edition of the 1:250,000 scale Solid Geology Map of Northern Ireland. Each chapter deals separately with the different geological periods and there are also chapters on mineral exploration, hydrogeology and oil and gas. The book is fully illustrated with photographs, charts and maps.
The Groundwater Resources of the Castlecomer Plateau €0 B.D. Misstear, E.P. Daly, D. Daly and J.W. Lloyd (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Leinster Granites: Dimension Stone Potential €0 Alan Bell (1992) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Limestones of Co. Cavan, Dimension Stone Potential €0 Alan Bell (1993) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Limestones of Co. Westmeath: Dimension Stone Potential €0 Alan Bell (1993) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Mayo-Sligo Granites: Dimension Stone Potential €0 Alan Bell (1992) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Metallic Mineral Deposits of the Lower Palaeozoic Longford-Down Inlier, in the Republic of Ireland. €0 J.H. Morris. One map sheet at 1:250,000. (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Metallogenic Relationships of Mineralization along the Southeast margin of the Leinster Granite €0 P. McArdle et al. 2 map sheets at 1:100,000 included (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Permian and Triassic of the Kingscourt Outlier, Ireland - A Palynological Investigation Related to Regional Stratigraphical Problems in the Permian and Triassic of Western Europe €0 H. Visscher (1981) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Role of Explosive Fractionation in the Genesis of the Alkaline and Calc-Alkaline Rocks Williams, C.E. (2003) (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
The Stratigraphy and Palaeontology of the Late Visean and Early Namurian Rocks of North-East Connaught. €0 A. Brandon and F. Hodson. Includes colour-printed map (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Thermal Maturation Levels in the Devonian and Carboniferous Rocks of Ireland €10.00 G. Clayton, N. Haughey, G.D. Sevastopulo and R. Burnett. With accompanying colour-printed map at 1:750,000 scale
Understanding Earth Processes, Rocks and the Geological History of Ireland €10.00 A. Sleeman, B. McConnell & S. Gatley (2004). This publication comprises of a Geological map which depicts the geography (i.e. distribution) of rocks of different ages and types at the present and the accompanying book gives a historical geography (paleogeography) of each Earth period, as shown in the map legend. This book is written primarily as a resource for teachers but will also be of interest to those who would like to know a little more about rocks and the origins of the landscapes of Ireland.
Upper Erne Scenic Drive €1.00 Drive guide with sites of geological interest.
Volcanoes €10.00 S. van Rose & I.F. Mercer (1999). Published by the Natural History Museum as part of a series this issue deals with Volcanoes and how they erupt, famous eruptions and how volcanoes can bring prosperity to the millions of people who live nearby. 
Walk - Cuilcagh €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland 
Walk - Donegal €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland
 
Walk - Mourne, Gullion & Cooley €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland
 
Walk - Sligo-Leitrim €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland
 
Walk - South Ulster €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland
 
Walk - The Bann & Roe Valleys €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland
 
Walk - The Sperrins €6.50 Each walking guide package consists of a series of laminated cards, ten of which give details of individual walks. The route of each walk is outlined on 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey maps, with letters and numbers referring to route and feature information within the text. The Walk series is produced under the “Landscapes from Stone” brand by the Geological Survey of Ireland and the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, with support from the International Fund for Ireland
 
Water Wells - A guide to the development of groundwater for small residential and farm supplies. €0 This guide has been prepared to provide as briefly as possible, basic information about groundwater in Ireland together with sound, practical advice on obtaining a supply (Out of Print - Available for download in library)
Wild Flowers - Colouring & Guide Book €1.75 This colouring book and guide features a selection of flowers that are commonly found around Ireland. Also included are their English, Irish and Latin names as well as a little information on each of the flowers.
Written in Stone DVD €25.00 P. Kennan (1995). This television series was commissioned by GSI and aired on RTE in 1995. The DVD and complimentary booklet was published as part of the Geological Survey of Ireland's celebration of 150 years of service. The DVD describes the geology of Ireland, beautifully illustrated and explained by one of Ireland's most renowned experts and greatest communicators in earth science, Dr.Pádhraig Kennan.
Written in Stone Video €25.00 P. Kennan (1995). This television series was commissioned by GSI and aired on RTE in 1995. The video and complimentary booklet was published as part of the Geological Survey of Ireland's celebration of 150 years of service. The video describes the geology of Ireland, beautifully illustrated and explained by one of Ireland's most renowned experts and greatest communicators in earth science, Dr.Pádhraig Kennan.