Geodiversity – conserving what’s underfoot

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Suffolk geologist Tim Holt-Wilson has written a new article for Naturenet about geodiversity:

Valuing geodiversity: this glacial erratic is a designated RIGS site in Suffolk.

…the rocks, soils, landforms and landscape-forming processes that make up the substrate for all living things, including human life. Geodiversity is a term for these non-biological aspects of nature.

Read Tim’s entire article here

Matthew Chatfield

Uncooperative crusty. Unofficial Isle of Wight cultural ambassador. Conservation, countryside and the environment, with extra stuff about spiders.

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