From their website: “North Sea Core CIC is an initiative set up in November 2018 in response to the release of core material by energy companies through the relinquishment, abandonment and decommissioning of fields on the UK Continental Shelf. It is recognised that core material provides an incredible resource for understanding the subsurface and it […]
The ECGN is a vibrant group of young geographer teachers sharing great teaching resources for key stages 2 to 4 (Primary to secondary), via a public access Google Drive.
The USGS has a huge array of resources including: Data and Tools, Maps, Software, Publications and Multimedia. They have sections that cover Earthquakes, eater, remote Sensing, Volcanoes and Landslides
The London Geological Society has a lot of resources for learning and teaching, including several thematic microsites.
The team at Pavement Geology have created a wonderful database of urban geology, which started in London, but has spread to several other UK cities. Check out London Pavement Geology!
Natasha Dowey and her team at Geoscience for the Future are compiling a great list of resources on their website. Well worth a look.