Geological maps remain the most effective method of communicating large amounts of geological information. An ongoing project to compile over 50 years of geological field data into new geological maps has already seen the publication of six new sheets. These include a 1:625 000 map of the northern Antarctic Peninsula (eastern Graham Land) which is the first truly interpretative geological map of the Antarctic Peninsula as well as a combined terrestrial and offshore bathymetric map of the South Sandwich Islands intra-oceanic island arc. These maps form the first part of a new series aiming to cover key areas of interest of British Antarctic Territory. Two more sheets are planned for completion in 2016.
Maps are available to download via the data tab.