Very Interesting – Scientifically Speaking
Full title: Areas of scientific interest in Ireland: national heritage inventory
Creator / Author: An Foras Forbartha
Item Type / Page count: Book / 166p
When Published: July 1981
Publisher / Place of Publication: An Foras Forbartha / St. Martin’s House, Waterloo Road, Dublin 4.
About: An area of scientific interest is a site with natural or semi-natural features of ecology, geology or land-form. This publication lists all such sites by county and ranks them as either of international, national, regional or local importance.
ID number(s): 0906120500 / 9780906120507
Contents [West Wicklow locations only] International Importance: Athdown moraine — National Importance: Lugnaquilla & Glenmalure —Upper Lockstown delta — Regional Importance: Holdenstown Bog — Hollywood Glen — Lowtown Fen — Poulaphuca Reservoir — Rathdangan end moraine — Toor channel — Local Importance: Ballycore rath — Dunlavin marshes — Glen Ding — Lemonstown marshes — Lockstown bridge — Poulaphuca gorge.
Extra #1: includes photographs.
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