The Association of UK RIGS Groups
Membership organisation for RIGS (Regionally Important Geological and Geomorphological Sites) across the UK. Includes documentation related to the development strategy.
The Avon RIGS Group
Works to identify, survey, protect and promote geological and geomorphological sites in the area of the former County of Avon. Includes maps and newsletter.
Berkshire Geoconservation Group
A volunteer group working with local authorities, landowners and the general public to conserve the landscape and promote understanding of its geology and geodiversity.
British Geological Survey
Advises the UK government, industry, academia, and the public on the geosciences. Includes information about their research programmes, publications and products, with a section on education materials and popular geology.
Central Wales RIGS Group
Website locates and describes the regionally important geological sites of the central Wales region.
The geological section of the Leicester Literary and Philosophical Society offers a year-round range of activities for people interested in earth science.
Works to conserve geological sites in the county; includes a guide to the area's geology and unusual features, a geological timeline, events, and suggested walks.
Voluntary group which aims to identify new RIGS (regionally important geological sites) in Cumbria and to monitor existing ones. Includes geological map.
A guide to the geology of the Isle of Wight, focussed on the dinosaur fossils found there. The is also an online shop, for tools and books.
An online magazine produced twice yearly to stimulate interest in a broad range of geological and landscape conservation issues within the UK and further afield. Current and past issues available to download in PDF format.
Earthquakes in the UK
Information about earthquakes, their frequency and strengh; also includes background on their cause, and details of UK monitoring stations.
East Midlands Geological Society
Containing photographs and reports from field trips plus details of forthcoming events; also includes articles on local geology.
Edinburgh Earth Observatory (EEO)
Part of Edinburgh University; a multidisciplinary research unit which provides a strategic focus and support base for the University's expertise in the geosciences.
Edinburgh Geological Society
Offers information on the society's lectures, excursions and publications, as well as a description of Edinburgh's geology.
An association for Regionally Important Geological/geomorphological Sites (RIGS) throughout the UK; describes their programmes to recognise and protect important Earth science and landscape features, with news, events, and contacts.
The Geological Society of London
The oldest national geological society in the world; includes details of membership and publications, specialist and regional groups, events, and education and careers resources.
A forum for geologists and earth scientists, professional and amateur. Includes information about membership, meetings, events and field trips, publications, and affiliated local groups.
The Geologists’ Association
Formed for all geologists and earth scientists, professional and amateur; with details of their programme of lectures and scientific meetings, annual Festival of Geology, field trips., and publications.
Geologist and mineralogist presents research and articles on the geology and mineralogy of Wales, as well as an archive of severe weather photos.
Hull Geological Society
Specialises in the study of the rocks and fossils of East Yorkshire, the Yorkshire Coast and northern Lincolnshire.
Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3)
Formed from the merger of the Institute of Materials and the Institution of Mining and Metallurgy to promote and develop materials science and engineering, geology, mining and associated technologies.
Introduction to Tektites
A British geologist and tektite collector provides a library of resources about these natural glass objects formed by the impact of large meteorites; includes a section on tektites in the UK.
Dedicated to James Hutton, considered the father of modern geology.
Landscapes of Scotland
Offers a detailed guide to the landscapes and underlying geological processes of Shetland, Orkney, Caithness, the Cairngorms, and East Lothian. Also includes a section covering research into Scottish sea levels.
Leeds Geological Association
Promotes interest in the geological sciences, with particular emphasis on the geology of the region. Includes their programme of meetings and field visits, articles on local geology and fossils, and membership details.
London Petrophysical Society
Organises a programme of meetings and seminars, and provides educational support in the field of the formation of petrochemical resources.
North Wales Geology Association
A branch of the Geologists' Association; includes their programme of field trips exploring the geology of the area, and their winter talks covering geology around the world.
Northern Regional Group Of The Geological Society
Promotes effective communication between geoscientists in the region by providing a point of contact for regional geoscience professionals, where they can share knowledge and experience by participating in evening meetings, field trips and site visits.
Open University Geology Society
Support the study of Geology by providing opportunities for members to learn via field trips, talks, workshops and conferences.
Reading Geological Society
Offers the geological society's newsletter plus reports from field trips and meetings and information on future activities.
The Rhynie Chert
A learning and teaching resource based on the rock formation in northeast Scotland and its fossils. [University of Aberdeen].
The junior club of the Geologists' Association; provides information about membership, events nationwide and advice on becoming a rock or fossil collector.
Rotunda Geology Group
An active organisation closely associated with the Rotunda Museum in promoting the interests of geology in north east Yorkshire.
Wren's Nest National Nature Reserve
A guide to a classic geological site of exceptional international importance in the centre of Dudley; includes visitor information, and a guide to the reserve's wildlife and the range of fossils found there.