Volume 1 of The Geological Curator is formed of nine issues from September 1974 to September 1977. All the issues in this volume were originally known as "Newsletter of The Geoogical Curators Group" consequently contain a wider range of articles.

All the issues in this volume are freely available as PDF files under our open access policy.

Volume 2 of The Geological Curator is formed of nine issues from December 1977 to October 1980. Prior to issue 2(8) the publication had been known simply as "Newsletter of The Geological Curators Group" before adopting the name "Geological Curator".

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Volume 3 of The Geological Curator is formed of nine issues from April 1981 to December 1983. Issues 2 and 3 were published as one single publication.

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Volume 4 of The Geological Curator is formed of nine issues from February 1984 to November 1987.

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Volume 5 of The Geological Curator is formed of nine issues from March 1988 to April 1994.

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Volume 6 of The Geological Curator is formed of ten issues from March 1994 to December 1998. Highlights included the special edition containing "Papers from the 1st Symposium for Palaeontological Preparators and Conservators: Bristol, September 1992".

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Volume 7 of The Geological Curator is formed of ten issues from April 1999 to December 2003. Highlights included a number of articles celebrating the 25th anniversary of the group.

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Volume 8 of The Geological Curator is formed of ten issues from May 2004 to December 2008. Highlights included the special edition "The state and status of geological collections in United Kingdom museums".

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Volume 9 of The Geological Curator is formed of ten issues from December 2008 to December 2013. Highlights included the special edition "Fossil Preparation: Tools, Techniques and Projects".

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Volume 10 of The Geological Curator is formed of ten issues from August 2014 to December 2018. Highlights included issues covering Ethics, and the life of geologist Hugh Miller. 

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Volume 11 is the current volume of The Geological Curator is formed of ten issues from June 2019 onwards. Highlights include a volume of papers from the well attended pyrite oxidation workshop held in London in 2018. 

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