An Introduction to the Geological Conservation Review
This book explains why Britain's earth heritage is important and how the national series of Earth heritage sites was identified in the Geological Conservation Review. It also describes how these sites are protected by law, and how they are conserved. Contents: the need for earth heritage conservation; an introduction to the geological history of Britain; the Geological Conservation Review; practical geological conservation review selection methods; earth heritage conservation; the GCR in the context of the wider earth heritage conservation effort.
Note: £10 per copy to UK schools and university/geology departments).
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