An Exploration of the Geology of County Wicklow.
Geological heritage is a fundamental asset of Wicklow.
This book is intended to be an accessible point for people to begin to see what is around them with fresh eyes, to have the broad brush of the landscape interpreted in pictures and plain language. It is hoped that the explanations here will illuminate the details in over 60 special places, that collectively make up the geological story of Wicklow.
Matthew Parkes (1962-2020) was Assistant Keeper for
Earth Science at the National Museum of Ireland, where he
demonstrated his wide-ranging expertise in Irish palaeontology
and geology, collections and displays.
Robbie Meehan is a geologist from County Meath, and has
Published extensively on the last ice Age in Ireland, both
nationally and internationally.
Ronan Hennessy has co-authored books on geological heritage
in counties Mayo, Galway and Clare, and lectures at the Geology
Department at University College Cork.
Sarah Gatley headed up the Geoheritage Programme from
2006 to 2019, and is currently a Director of the Copper
Coast UNESCO Global Geopark and its delegate on the
European Geopark Network Co-ordination Committee.
Vincent Gallagher works mainly for Geological
Survey Ireland as a geochemist and has contributed to over a
dozen county geoheritage audits.
|Author||MATTHEW PARKES, ROBERT MEEHAN, VINCENT GALLAGHER, RONAN HENNESSY & SARAH GATLEY|
|Publisher||Wicklow County Council|
|Format||Hardback. 100 Pages|
Glaciers, Glens and Granite
- ISBN: 9780956912633
- Author(s): MATTHEW PARKES, ROBERT MEEHAN, VINCENT GALLAGHER, RONAN HENNESSY & SARAH GATLEY
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