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Geological Survey of Ireland
The Geological Survey of Ireland (GSI), founded in 1845, is the National Earth Science Agency.

The Institute of Geologists of Ireland

Geology Department, University College, Cork

Geology Department, University College, Dublin

Geology Department, Trinity College, Dublin





IQUA - Irish Association for Quaternary Studies
IQUA was founded to promote and encourage the study of the Quaternary period in Ireland. It provides a forum for the cross-fertilistation of ideas between Quaternary scientists from many different specialisations, including archeology, botany, climatology, geology and geography. Membership is open to all who have an interest (amateur or professional) in the Quaternary.

Quaternary Research Association
The QRA is an organisation comprising archaeologists, botanists, civil engineers, geographers, geologists, soil scientists, zoologists and others interested in research into the problems of the Quaternary.

Irish Geological Association
The IGA is a nation-wide association which caters for professional, amateur and student geologists and arranges lectures on a variety of geological topics. This site has extenbsive links to national and international geological sites on the Internet.

The Cork Geological Association

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