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1000 piece jigsaw of The Bedrock Geology map of the United Kingdom and Ireland 1:1 250 000k including a full-size folded copy of the map. Jigsaw finished size 50 x 66 cm (20 x 26”). The map shows the bedrock (solid) geology of Britain and Ireland excluding the Channel Isla...
€25.00
Warships, U-Boats and Liners will appeal to both the specialist and general reader and will be an essential reference guide to anybody interested in maritime affairs, the two World Wars and Ireland’s past. It should help raise awareness generally of the need to protect and r...
€25.00
The RMS Lusitania was the largest and fastest ocean-going liner in the world when launched in 1906 – a wonder of the age. Given the dramatic circumstances of its loss in 1915, its fame is second only to that of the RMS Titanic. Much has been written on the history of the shi...
€20.00
This geological field guide to the Dingle Peninsula includes detailed and richly illustrated descriptions and interpretations of localities where key elements of Dingle geology can be examined. A new 1:50,000 bedrock geological map of the peninsula is also included.
€20.00
This is a practical book for both specialists and non-specialists. All chapters contain excellent photos and illustrations to enable the 'mental image' of karstified areas that is needed for effective environmental management.
€20.00
Ireland’s seashores are famous for their spectacular beauty, ranging from exposed rocky headlands that receive the full power of the Atlantic to enclosed sea loughs and sheltered mudflats. Our northern latitude means that some Arctic species find a home here, but the warm cu...
€14.99
Before he was thirty, at the beginning of the nineteenth century, Thomas Weaver was an accomplished engineer and geologist who was successfully managing Avoca’s main copper mine and had brought order to the nearby gold workings. An engaging personality, Weaver would partake ...
€19.95
Metamorphic rocks are one of the three main types of rock. Originally comprising either igneous or sedimentary rocks, metamorphic rocks are the products of change by heat and pressure, often at great depths in the earth’s crust, into a completely new form. One of the classic...
€21.00
Stones, Slabs and Seascapes is the catalogue of the exhibition of George Victor Du Noyer's images of Ireland in the Crawford Art Gallery Cork.Illustrated throughout with images of Du Noyer's work including sketches, maps and watercolours. Also included is a selection of essa...
€20.00
This book contains profiles of a cross-section of scientists who made seminal contributions to the understanding of the quaternary landscapes of Ireland. Scientists included in this booklet carried out Quaternary-related research in (or relevant to) Ireland, but were not nec...
€5.00
On the fringe of Dublin’s hive of human activity, a miraculous coastal ecosystem carries on as it has done since the last Ice Age. Beaches, saltmarshes, rocky shores, cliffs, islands and offshore sandbanks all support millions of tiny creatures and thousands of migratory bir...
€24.99
The guide contains colour photographs of 125 animals and plants; their Common, Scientific and Irish names; clear and simple descriptions, including colour, size, habitat and location on the shore. It has an introduction to each of the main groups of animals and plants on ...
€7.00
A new modern printed bedrock geology map produced in collaboration with the Earth Science Teachers' Association, Geographical Association, Geological Survey of Ireland and Geological Survey of Northern Ireland. Provides an overview of the geology of the UK and Ireland at a r...
€6.00
A short film on DVD featuring marine life, plants and birds found along our coastline. Presented by Audrey Murphy and produced by Sherkin Island Marine Station, it aims to provide a small insight into life on the water's edge.
€12.00