More information released on the geology of Donegal

We are gradually learning more about what geologists say is the varied, complex and extremely interesting rock formations of County Donegal.

It’s all as a reslt of what’s known as the Tellus survey being carried out by the Geological Survey of Ireland.

People in Donegal will recall the low-flying Tellus survey plane flying over the county between May and September of last year.

Now, the latest phase of the geo-physical data collected has just been released.

It will help improve geological maps which will assist with a variety of studies, including that of rock formations and the presence of radon.

Jim Hodgson, Tellus project manager, has been telling Ocean FM News about the latest findings: