December 2008

  • Conulariids in the Natural History Museum, London
  • The British Antarctic Survey fossil collections
  • Acid digestion of silicified shells
  • Obituary: Howard Brunton (1935-2008)
  • Lost and Found

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December 2009

  • The Sir Abraham Hume Diamond Collection in the Sedgwick Museum
  • The St Aubyn Mineral Collection at Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
  • William Hellier Baily: Forever an "Acting Palaeontologist"
  • Leopold McClintock - "Arctic Fox" and his natural science collections
  • Meeting Review: Rock Band
  • Report: 35th Annual General Meeting
  • Lost and Found

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September 2010 Special Issue

Fossil Preparation: Tools, Techniques and Projects

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December 2010

  • Curation of complex objects
  • Dare to Prepare?
  • Ronald Pickford; a tribute
  • Palaeontological Collections of the Seckenberg Museum
  • Modifications to nineteenth century pterosaur specimens at the National Museum of Ireland

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May 2011

  • Collections Management at Joggins Fossil Cliffs WHS
  • Spineless displays
  • Australia's first fossil fish is missing
  • Digitizing Collections at the University of Iowa
  • Conservation of the Buckland coprolite table
  • The Royal Cornwall Museum minerals
  • The Palaeontological collection at Facultad de Ciencas, Montevideo
  • Obituary: Barrie Rickards (1938-2009)

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December 2011

  • Eurypterids from the Silurian of Lesmaghow
  • Flexible sandstone
  • "Fantastic Fossils", Herne Bay Museum
  • What's in a (wrong) name?
  • The Earth Sciences Review: 20 years on

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July 2012

  • Management of the Seckenberg Amber Collection
  • The Fossil Collections of Sir Thomas Franklin Sibly (1883-1948)
  • Pulling Teeth: Retrospective identification of William Hunter's fossil mammal material
  • Edward B. Tawney: An early geological curator

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December 2012

  • Pulling teeth : 2 - Hunter's Tusk, Wodrow's Tooth and the Bite of the Lepus
  • Custom-made tool for cutting large quantities of standard size padding - Bristol Dinosaur Project
  • Using the Internet and social media to bring dinosaur preparation to a wider audience 
  • A description of two Phragmoteuthid coleoid cephalopods from the Lower Jurassic of Lyme Regis, Dorset and the importance of well intended forgeries.
  • 267. Found in the Fossil Fish Collection of the Natural History Museum Palaeontology Section
  • 268. Tertiary collections of the Rev. John Hawell
  • Report: 37th Annual General Meeting
  • Book Reviews

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September 2013

  • The state and status of geological collections in the West Midlands
  • Preparation of Europe's largest nest of dinosaur eggs
  • Churchill and Sarsden Heritage Centre, Oxfordshire
  • Obituary: Philip Simon Doughty (1937 - 2013)
  • Lost and Found

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December 2013

  • Applying glass conservation techniques to a mineral vase
  • Desktop video magnifier technology
  • Permanency of labelling inks: a 25-year experiment
  • The importance of labels
  • David Forbes FRS (1828 -1876)
  • Assessment of perceived value of collections for improved management
  • Out of China: Dinosaur Eggs and the law
  • Odyssey of an Amethyst Geode
  • Obituary: Robert (Bob) Joseph King (1923-2013)
  • Lost and Found
  • Index to Volume 9

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