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The necessary preservation of the geological heritage may involve certain drawbacks for researchers. In some cases, protection impedes close-up analyses and detailed observations, and in many cases, sampling is prohibited. We use portable X-Ray fluorescence (PXRF), to advance knowledge without...
The Mixteca Alta has some of the most important traces of Mesoamerican culture and is characterized by a variety of conspicuous erosional features strongly related to traditional farming practices carried out for more than 3500 years. These features represent a valuable geoheritage that can show...
The sea cliff of Vignanotica Bay (Gargano Promontory, Southern Italy) is a site that, for its peculiar geological features, can be considered a witness of geodiversity and that, as such, should be evaluated as geosite. Since it is necessary to first know, then enhance, and finally protect a...
A small area of Duckmantian deposits at Brymbo, Wrexham, in North Wales contains a variety of sedimentary rocks laid down between two coal seams. The exceptionally well-preserved flora contains three dimensionally preserved Calamites, Stigmarias and lycophyte stems in their original positions of...
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