Special Issue “Geodiversity Assessment: What, Why and How?”

The term “geodiversity” emerged 30 years ago to define the range of geological (rocks, minerals, fossils, landforms, physical processes, soil, and hydrological) features, including their assemblages, structures, systems, and contributions to landscapes. Traditionally associated with the theme of geoconservation, it has increasingly come to be perceived as a much broader topic, with influence on approaches […]