This resource – the Stillwater Reservoir Conflict – is an activity that simulates the roles played by various interested parties when the siting of a reservoir is the subject of a public enquiry.
These resources cover industrial brownfield sites, stages in development of these sites and the remediation technologies used.
This resource explains the diagenetic processes in sandstones and details the processes that result in anomalous porosity.
This is a revision worksheet in applied geology.
These are fully accessible trails around the University of Liverpool. The aim is to introduce the rocks and man-made materials used in the buildings and paving around the campus. There are seven different self-led trails to choose from. Allow an hour to complete each trail. You may need to get close to the buildings so …
This video considers when we might hit the limit agreed in the Paris Climate Change Agreement, 2016.
This video considers how much carbon dioxide has been added to the atmosphere during your lifetime.
This video looks at how the very small can have a huge impact on one of the most important things on Earth… the climate.
This video explains the science behind carbon emissions and surface warming.
A bench-top practical to examine the porosity and permeability of rocks
Lesson plans suitable for teaching school (GCSE) and college (A Level) students
A collection of photographs and descriptions of building stones in Liverpool and Cheshire