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The value of urban trails, statuary and installations for Geoscience Education – uses and abuses from the north of England and further afield

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Phillip J. Murphy
School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds, LS29JT, UK. -

Elizabeth Murphy
9 Keighley Road, Colne, Lancashire, BB80LP, UK. -

Abstract – The origins, uses and fates of a number of purpose built urban educational resources are reviewed including a candidate for the oldest purpose made geological education trail in the world. A range of educational uses of these resources are suggested. Comparison is made with similar resources in London and ways to ensure their preservation and continued educational use are suggested.

Keywords: geology, education, trail, urban, installation

DOI: 10.20396/td.v14i3.8653526


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