May 2004

  • Challinor's curious marks
  • Thomas Hawkins, Lord Cole, William Sollas and all: casts of Lower Jurassic marine reptiles in the Geological Museum, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
  • Lost & Found: 258. Catherine Raisin collection
  • Lost & Found: 259. A collection of fossils donated to the Blandford Forum Museum, Dorset
  • 29th Annual General Meeting

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November 2004

  • Bioerosion, preparation and curation
  • Anthropogenic humboldtine from Cornwall, England
  • A new tool for palaeontological preparation: the Split-V Pen
  • Hugh Miller's graptolite revisited
  • Obituary: Muriel Agnes Arber (1913-2004)

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May 2005

The state and status of geological collections in United Kingdom museums: 2001

  • Part 1. Introduction
  • Part 2. Nature of the collections
  • Part 3. Documentation
  • Part 4. Storage
  • Part 5. Environmental Conditions
  • Part 6. Conservation
  • Part 7. Personnel and management
  • Part 8. Services
  • Part 9. General questions
  • Part 10. National Museums
  • Part 11. Assessment of findings
  • Part 12. Recommendations and further investigations
  • Part 13. References, further information and acknowledgements

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December 2005

  • The life and times of Hastings Elwin or Elwyn (1777 - 1852) and his critical role in founding the Bath Literary and Scientific Institution in 1823
  • The collections of George Gardner (1810 - 1849) from the Santana Formation (Cretaceous) of northeast Brazil
  • Comment on 'Bioerosion, preparation and curation'
  • Reply to Donovan et al., Comment on 'Bioerosion, preparation and curation'
  • The Jurassic of Warwickshire: perspectives on collecting
  • Lost & Found: 260. Mr Alfred Bernard Badger
  • 30th Annual General Meeting
  • Errata: The State And Status Of Geological Collections In United Kingdom Museums: 2001.

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June 2006

Trace Fossils in the museum

  • Trace Fossils In The Museum: Guest Editor's Preface
  • Collecting invertebrate trace fossils
  • Continental trace fossils and museum exhibits: displaying organism behaviour frozen in time
  • Dinosaur tracks from Dorset: A twenty-five year retrospective
  • Trace fossil collections at the University of Manchester
  • Trace fossils: a smaller museum's perspective
  • Trace fossils - the poor relations of museum palaeontological collections?
  • Trace fossils in two North American museums: the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

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December 2006

  • The Bicycle and the Mailman
  • A pliosaur travels: the packaging of a unique Cretaceous marine reptile, and its transport from Colombia to the United Kingdom
  • ERRATA: P.C. Ensom (2006)
  • 31st Annual General Meeting
  • Brighton Medal: Hugh S. Torrens
  • 32nd Annual General Meeting

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July 2007

  • Editorial
  • Earth Science Teaching and Learning: Resources and Networking Opportunities to Support Geological Curators
  • Field Science with Gifted and Talented students at Key Stage 3
  • Excavating fossils: an activity for a geology outreach event.
  • Earth Lab workshops at the Natural History Museum
  • Poetry rocks! Developing simple creative writing activities using geological collections
  • Earth Science Education - Ways of Working Together
  • The 'Museum Buddy Scheme for Schools': an example of good practice
  • The Bone Trail: generating enthusiasm for earth sciences in the classroom and museum
  • Ideas and evidence at the Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences: new resources for secondary science
  • Reconstructing fossils: A drop in, self led geological activity
  • Forgotten heroes? the relationship between curators and education staff reassessed
  • A journey towards the earth's core at the geophysical museum of Rocca di Papa (Rome, Italy)

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December 2008

  • The Geological Curators' Group - the first 34 years....!
  • Marie Stopes the palaeobotanist, Manchester and her adventures in Japan
  • Lost & Found: 261a. British Antarctic Survey Antarctic plant fossils
  • 33rd Annual General Meeting

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October 2008

  • Charles W. Peach, palaeobotany and Scotland
  • If your mineral collection is in a fire
  • Chirotherium and its domain: a description of rediscovered specimens from northwest England
  • A visit to the Creation Museum, Kentucky, USA
  • Lost & Found: 261b. John St. Aubyn mineral collection
  • Lost & Found: 262. Flatters & Garnett Ltd Petrological thin sections

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December 2008

  • Volcanoes explode at The Manchester Museum: A case study of a volcano themed public event
  • Bellingham hematite: an iron ore mystery
  • Obituary: Michael P. Cooper (1946-2008)
  • 34th Annual General Meeting
  • Brighton Medal: Geoffrey Tresise

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December 2008

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