Geoheritage

Geoheritage

Geoheritage is "the abbreviated version of the term geological heritage. It is part of the natural heritage of a certain area constituted by geodiversity elements with particular geological value and hence worthy of safeguard for the benefit of present and future generations. Geoheritage can include both in situ elements (geosites) or ex situ elements (collections of geological specimens) with paleontological, geomorphological, mineralogical, petrological or stratigraphical significance, among others."; ProGEO (the European association for the conservation of the geological heritage). 

The Geoheritage programme works to p​​rotect and promote ​​​​​​sites of national and international geological importance in Ireland.

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​​Explore the data and maps compiled by the Geoheritage programme.

The Geoheritage programme collaborates with the Geoparks network, academia and GSNI.

 

 

https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Geopark-Activities.aspxWhat's new in January 2024 in Irish Geoparks?Current activities and upcoming events in Irish Geoparks in January 202426/01/2024 00:00:00
https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/2023-Du-Noyer-Photographic-Competition-Winners.aspx2023 Du Noyer Photographic Competition Winners​The winners of the 2023 Du Noyer Irish Geological Association/ Geological Survey Ireland Photographic Competition were announced in Geological Survey Ireland on Friday, 15 December 2023. 20/12/2023 00:00:00

 

 

https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/publications/Pages/The-Geological-Heritage-of-Cork-City.aspxThe Geological Heritage of Cork City14/06/2022 23:00:00
https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/publications/Pages/The-Geological-Heritage-of-County-Limerick.aspxThe Geological Heritage of County Limerick14/06/2022 23:00:00