Rocking out! Some geological resources for hill and wildlife guides

Recently I ran a day-long CPD event for some members of the Mountain Training Association as a follow-up to a free MTA CPD event I ran in Holyrood Park, which you can read about here. I produced a couple of handouts for people that I thought might be of use to others involved in hill and wildlife guiding in Scotland, so here are PDF versions of the handouts. Please feel free to pass on to others and reproduce.

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Geology and landscape information for hill and wildlife guides

Geological apps and web resources

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I am a palaeobiologist in my early 40's carrying out research work. I am based in Scotland.

Posted in Geodiversity, Mountains, Scotland
One comment on “Rocking out! Some geological resources for hill and wildlife guides
  1. […] of the uplands and mountains, which I have provided some resources for on the blog before (see here ), working as an outdoor leader requires some knowledge of human activities and traces in the […]

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Al is a Hill and Moorland Leader and has also completed the Expedition Skills module
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