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    • GNS Science | Te Pū Ao [organisation] - https://www.gns.cri.nz/Home/Learning GNS Science, Te Pū Ao, is New Zealand’s leading provider of Earth, geoscience and isotope research and consultancy services. Our purpose is to understand natural Earth system processes and resources, and to translate these into economic, environmental and social benefits.
    • Society of Vertebrate Paleontology [advice,organisation] - http://vertpaleo.org/Home.aspx The Society of Vertebrate Paleontology is a diverse organization of scientists, students, artists, preparators, advocates, writers and scholars across the globe, who are dedicated to the study, discovery, interpretation and preservation of vertebrate fossils.
    • UK Registrars Group [organisation] - https://www.ukregistrarsgroup.org/ The UK Registrars Group is a non-profit association set up in 1979. It provides a forum for exchanging ideas and expertise between registrars, collection managers and other museum professionals in the United Kingdom, Europe and worldwide.
    • What's Eating Your Collection? [advice] - http://www.whatseatingyourcollection.com/ What's Eating Your Collection is a website to help you understand what integrated pest management is, how to carry it out and how it can help you in your museum. It will also help you to identify the insects that you find and show you if you need to take action.
    • The History of Earth Sciences Society [organisation] - http://earthscienceshistory.org/ Earth Sciences History promotes and publishes historical work on all areas of the earth sciences – including geology, geography, geophysics, oceanography, paleontology, meteorology, and climatology. The journal honors and encourages a variety of approaches to historical study: biography, history of ideas, social history, and histories of institutions, organizations, and techniques.
    • International Council of Museums [organisation] - http://icom.museum/ ICOM stands for International Council of Museums. It is an organisation that was created in 1946 by and for museum professionals. ICOM works for society and its development and is committed to guaranteeing the conservation, continuation and protection of cultural goods. ICOM has five main missions: to establish standards of excellence, to lead a diplomatic forum, to develop a professional network and to lead a global think tank and carry out international missions.

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