The Scottish Journal of Geology (SJG) is a joint publication of the Geological Societies of Edinburgh and Glasgow. First published in 1965, it grew from the former Transactions of the two Societies that began in Glasgow in 1860 and in Edinburgh in 1863. This long history underlines the role that Scotland has played since the days of Hutton and Lyell in developing geological ideas, with much of this seminal work published in the journal and its predecessors. The diverse geology of Scotland continues to provide an important natural laboratory for the study of Earth Sciences.

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