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Promoting geoheritage using the Internet materializes mainly through the use of maps, posters, informational murals, or websites. This information is usually detailed and visually appealing. However, in most cases, there is little interactivity and a limited or complete lack of contextualization...
Quarries are often the reason we know about the particular geology of an area in the first place, and the physical geological heritage we wish to protect may only exist at all because there has been extraction of an economic resource in a quarry or mine. This apparent dichotomy between a general...
The development of research involving the geodiversity concept has been growing in the last two decades. The quantification of spatial patterns of geodiversity seems to be one of the most promising lines of research related with natural diversity, since it explores the relations between abiotic...
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