This blog was originally set up to highlight examples of how geological collections are used via ‘six questions for a geological curator’. This was intended as positive evidence to support why collections should be maintained at a time of austerity.
The blog has now been expanded not only to advocate for collections, but as a space for informal sharing of information for everyone who works with or is interested in geological collections. It is run by the Geological Curators’ Group, an affiliated Group to the Geological Society of London.
Would you like to contribute by answering our ‘six questions’, sharing a new project or ‘geological object of the month’? We would love to hear from you! Please use the enquiry form below and we’ll be back in touch with guidelines for authors.
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