What is a Geodiversity Action Plan?
The Tees Valley Geodiversity Action Plan 2011 (GAP) is a document which sets out how the geodiversity within the Tees Valley will be managed. The Tees Valley GAP was launched in 2003, and this 2011 revision identifies what we would like to do, how we are going to do it and when it will be done in the period 2011-2016.
The aims of the Tees Valley GAP are:
- To conserve sites of geodiversity interest.
- Provide geological support to local education groups.
- Raise geodiversity interest.
- Encourage and work with the local community.
Use the links in the sidebar, or at the foot of each page, to view more information from the new…
Tees Valley Geodiversity Action Plan 2011
…and discover what it means for you and your local area.
©2011 Tees Valley RIGS Group.