Landscape fashioned by geology - East Lothian and the Borders
South-east Scotland displays much of the country's scenic variety in one small region. The distinctive volcanic hills rising out of the glaciated East Lothian plain; the spectacular cliffs of the Berwickshire coast; the rounded Lammermuirs, made of rocks from the floor of a long disappeared ocean. This booklet explains how this varied landscape was fashioned over 500 million years of geological time.
Format : 28 pages; 2.14MB
Published in 1997