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On the sexual relations of the three forms of Lythrum salicaria. Journal of the Linnean Society of London (Botany) . Text 9 Image PDF F6786
Our museums will continue to serve, inspire and learn from and with our publics. To thrive (or even survive), we need to be truly accessible, while capitalising on our distinctiveness and developing our niche markets. All of our work has to become scalable, fundable, with measurable impacts, and able to offer audience benefits and progression. In my view, our future lies in successfully facilitating the interconnectedness of audiences within our unique offer and in being more in tune with communities, consciously contributing to the local, regional and national health and economy.
Today, the first place you have to capture someone&rsquo s attention is online and this will only increase going forward. A ticket purchase is no longer the measure of success, in the future, senior managers and boards will recognize that transformative online experiences are just as valuable as a physical ticket purchase. By providing a stellar experience from their first google search through to a robust and responsive digital engagement presence, museums will remain relevant in the future.
6895. Journal of researches into the natural history and geology of the various countries visited by . Beagle etc. London: Nelson. Image PDF F68
On the connexion of certain volcanic phaenomena, and on the formation of mountain-chains and volcanos, as the effects of continental elevations. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London. Text 9 Image 9 PDF F6699
A sketch of the deposits containing extinct Mammalia in the neighbourhood of the Plata. Proceedings of the Geological Society of London. Text 9 Image 9 PDF F6696
Litchfield, H. E. ed. 6959. Emma Darwin, wife of Charles Darwin. A century of family letters.
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