Managing geological specimen collecting: Whittlesey Brick Pits and King’s Dyke Nature Reserve case study (TIN117)

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This case study has been written to help explain the guidance provided in TIN111. It illustrates the management of fossil collecting in active and disused quarries. Whittlesey Brick Pits are in North Cambridgeshire and comprise a cluster of active, disused and restored clay pits and sand and gravel quarries, including the Kings Dyke Nature Reserve; a Local Wildlife and Local Geological Site. Zoned management is used to help control collecting.

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Managing geological specimen collecting (TIN111)