December 1998

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December 1998

  • Bringing the forests back to life - palaeobotanical model making at the National Museums and Galleries of Wales
  • St. Petersburg Museums
  • Pyrite oxidation and museum collections: A review of theory and conservation treatments
  • Casting a dinosaur trackway from the Bendricks, Barry, South Wales, U.K
  • A survey on the state and status of geological collections in museums and private collections in the Republic of Ireland
  • The ROX Project: a museum Earth Science education package
  • Setting the standard? The Earth Science Galleries at the Natural History Museum, London
  • Lost & Found: 249. Maps and papers relating to the Lake District

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June 1998

  • Re-examination of the A.W.G. Kingsbury Collection of British Minerals at the Natural History Museum, London
  • Conversations with a naturalist: the life and geological work of Richard Ford 1913-1996
  • Crystallography and the geometric modelling of minerals: a reflection on the models in the Natural History Museum, London
  • Obituary: Veronica Burns 1914-1998
  • Lost & Found: 247. Flint Jack
  • Lost & Found: 248. Epibionts on trilobites
  • 23rd Annual General Meeting

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November 1997

  • The repair of microvertebrate mammal teeth using surface tension and capilliary action
  • The removal of Museo Paleontologico "Rodrigo Botet" (Valencia, Spain) under disaster conditions
  • Arambourgiania philadelphiae: giant wings in small halls

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April 1997

  • G.B. Alexander's studies on the Jurassic of Gibraltar and the Carboniferous of England: the end of a mystery?
  • Visitor behaviour at The Evolution of Wales exhibition. National Museum and Gallery, Cardiff, Wales
  • Museums & Galleries Commission Standards in the Care of Museums Collections; what are the implications?
  • The BCG/GCG orphan collections working party report: preamble
  • The BCG/GCG orphan collections working party report
  • Lost & Found: 238. Bright, a Wenlock Limestone locality
  • Lost & Found: 245. Fossil Fish from the Lower Carboniferous of Armagh, Ireland
  • Lost & Found: 246. Plants, invertebrates and fishes from the Devonian/Lower Carboniferous of Kiltorcan, Co. Kilkenny, Ireland
  • 22nd Annual General Meeting
  • Presentation of the A.G. Brighton Medal to Dr Bob King

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October 1996

  • An unusual method of mounting an ichthyosaur
  • A remarkable survivor: a nineteenth century geological trail in Rochdale, England
  • Geological Survey donations to the Geological Museum in Queen's College Galway: 19th Century inter-institutional collaboration in Ireland
  • Lost & Found: 237. Plant fossils from the Keele Formation, central England described by Emily Dix (1935)
  • Lost & Found: 241. French volcanic rocks in Dublin
  • Lost & Found: 242. Molluscs and bioclastic limestones from the Wealden Group (Lower Cretaceous) of Dorset, southern England
  • Lost & Found: 243. The Middle Jurassic pliosaur Liopleurodon (Pliosaurus) ferox
  • Lost & Found: 244. Brittlestar block
  • Minutes of an extraordinary general meeting of the Geological Curators' Group, held at Liverpool Museum, 26th June 1996
  • Geological Curators' Group Constitution

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April 1996

  • Type, Figured and Cited Specimens in the Museum of Isle of Wight Geology (Isle of Wight, England)
  • The Worthen Collection of Palaeozoic vertebrates at the Illinois State Museum
  • Lost & Found: 204. British Association for the Advancement of Science collection of geological photographs
  • Lost & Found: 237. Plant fossils from the Keele Formation, central England described by Emily Dix (1935)
  • Lost & Found: 238. Bright, a Wenlock Limestone locality
  • Lost & Found: 239. Carboniferous limestone fossils in Geological Survey of Ireland
  • Lost & Found: 240. Thomas Owen Bosworth (1882-1928)
  • 21st Annual General Meeting

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September 1995

  • A history of museums in Peterhead, Grampian Region, Scotland
  • Pitfalls, problems and procedures in micropalaeontological preparation and conservation
  • On the trail of the J.H. Vivian Collection
  • The Irish Giant Deer or "Irish Elk"
  • Lost & Found: 235. James Frederick Jackson - British Association Photographs
  • Lost & Found: 236. ""Michelinia"" balladeolensis from the Lower Carboniferous of the British Isles

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March 1995

  • London Clay Nautiloid Collections
  • Collection Managers: The Final Insult?
  • RESONANT ROCKS: The Great Stalacpipe Organ of Luray Caverns, Virginia, U.S.A
  • Curation and conservation - the poor relations of research?
  • Lucas Barrett's collection: Jamaican echinoids hiding amongst British immigrants
  • 20th Annual General Meeting

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October 1994

  • Editorial
  • Collecting and Excavation in Palaeontology
  • Palaeontological excavation: historical perspectives
  • Geological Survey of Ireland: National Heritage Council funded curation project of 19th Century collection
  • The role of English Nature in fossil excavation
  • Pliosaurs and volunteers
  • Lost & Found: 234. Arthur Humphreys Foord (1845-1933)
  • Extracting dinosaur trackways: a Welsh experience
  • Collecting dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight, southern England
  • Miss Ffarington's Pleistocene shells from Worden, Lancashire, England: an annotated list
  • Fish and other fossils from the Eocene of Bolca, Italy
  • Erratum: Annual Accounts 1992 (4 December 1991 - 3 December 1992)

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April 1994

Papers from the 1st Symposium for Palaeontological Preparators and Conservators: Bristol, September 1992

  • Editorial
  • The Conservation Of The Sedgwick Museum Barrington (quaternary) Hippopotamus Skeleton
  • Preparation Of A Disarticulated Ophthalmosaurus Skeleton To Retain Important Taphonomic Details
  • Authigenic Minerals In Vertebrate Fossils From The Wealden Group (Lower Cretaceous) Of The Isle Of Wight
  • Resonant Rocks, 'Rock Gongs', Idiophones And Lithophones
  • A Victorian Fossil Wholemount Technique: A Cautionary Tale For Our Times
  • A Boreal Perisphinctid Ammonite In Australia - A Case Of Nineteenth Century Transportation?
  • Nautiloid Atachapi From The Silurian Of Wales
  • News From The Museum Of Isle Of Wight Geology
  • Lost & Found: 214. Jurassic ammonites from Gibraltar collected by AIan L. GREIG (d. 1988)
  • Lost & Found: 233. Dr Archie LAMONT (1907-1985) and unreturned loan specimens found in his collection.
  • Geological Curators' Group - 18th Annual General Meeting
  • Geological Curators' Group - 19th Annual General Meeting
  • Award of the first A. G. Brighton medal to Charles Waterston

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