GCG useful links listing
We maintain a database of useful web links for geological curation. These vary from informative websites, through to suppliers of materials which may help you to carry out your job effectively.
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- Group for Education in Museums [organisation] - https://gem.org.uk/ GEM is for everyone interested in learning through museums and heritage. We champion excellence in heritage learning, believing that heritage organisations and the learning opportunities that they provide, can contribute to and enhance the welfare of the individual and society.
- Bentley Advanced Materials [supplier] - https://www.benam.co.uk/ Specialised moulding and casting covers a wide spectrum of activity, from industrial applications through to artistic creations and fabrications. We stock rubbers, plastics, epoxies, foams, plasters and a whole host of ancillary products to cover all these areas.
- e-rocks minerals auctions [supplier] - https://e-rocks.com/ e-Rocks is about mineral collecting online. Most importantly this is a friendly place and we work hard on a personal level to help customers enjoy using our site. The site is managed 24/7 and Admin is always on hand to help. Our community offers a daily digest of minerals for collectors with interests in all areas of mineralogy, plus thousands of pages of information for reference and research.
- Collections Trust [advice] - http://collectionstrust.org.uk/ Collections Trust helps museums capture and share the information that gives their objects meaning. Our standards and advice are used around the world to make museum collections accessible. The core of our work is Spectrum, the collection management standard. As a Sector Support Organisation, within Arts Council England's National Portfolio, we are here to help your museum.
- Mindat [advice] - https://www.mindat.org/ Mindat.org is the world's largest open database of minerals, rocks, meteorites and the localities they come from. Mindat.org is run by the not-for-profit Hudson Institute of Mineralogy.
- 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.
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We provide these links in good faith in the anticipation that they will be of assistance to you in performing your job. However please be aware of the following facts before you proceed.
- These links are provided free of charge and GCG has not received any reward for their inclusion
- Links were correct at the time of entry on the database