Geodiversity is the variety of rocks, minerals, fossils, landforms, sediments and soils, together with the natural processes which form and alter them.
Geodiversity delivers important economic, social and environmental benefits.
Scotland's geodiversity is irreplaceable and vulnerable to certain activities and changes in land use.
How geodiversity is protected in Scotland from designated sites to the Ecosystem Approach.
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