Volunteering – Geology
If you have an eye for stone then we can put you to work recording the stone in buildings. Whether you’ve been studying for 20 minutes or 20 years, we can use your skills and provide training and support.
Below are a list of some typical tasks volunteers interested in geology might choose to undertake. There is no minimum time commitment – you can do as much or as little as you choose, and may do any combination of tasks that interest you.
Possible Volunteering Tasks:
- Describe the stone in buildings and quarries
- Quick reconnaissance of a town or areas’ building stone types
- Collection of samples from buildings or quarries
- Using computer software to investigate landform data such as LiDAR to find hidden quarries
- Thin section microscope petrography of samples