Kirstin Lemon of the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland kicks off Cathal Buí 2018 on Monday 25th
June with a talk and presentation entitled ‘UNESCO Global Geoparks and Landscape Tourism’ in the
Market House, Blacklion at 8pm.
Kirstin, who holds a doctorate in Geological Sciences, is an advisor to and assessor of UNESCO Global
Geoparks and aspiring UNESCO Global Geoparks. She previously worked with Marble Arch Caves and
Cavan County Council as Geopark Geologist, helping to make this the world’s first cross-border
Kirstin is passionate about geology and geoparks, relating the latter to the people who inhabit them.
She also possesses the rare ability to communicate and transfer this enthusiasm to captive
audiences throughout the UNESCO Global Geopark network.