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Stanford"s geological atlas of Great Britain and Ireland

Stanford"s geological atlas of Great Britain and Ireland

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Published by E.Stanford in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementarranged and edited by Horace B.Woodward.
ContributionsWoodward, Horace B.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16842523M

(Note that the Isle of Man does not form a part of Great Britain but is included here for convenience.) Column 4 indicates on which , or 1" scale geological map sheet published by the British Geological Survey (BGS) the fold is shown and named (either on map/s or cross-section/s or both).   An introductory chapter covers basic geological principles, followed by chapters describing the rocks, minerals, and fossils of each period. The book is written for the lay person interested in the great variety of Britain's rocks and landscapes but also includes a This text covers the geological history of Britain from over 2, million years /5.

Geological Survey of Great Britain & Ireland scale geological maps and sections — historical notes Origins The Geological Survey began in as a private venture by Henry De la Beche, mapping in South West England. Geological Survey of Great Britain: The geology of the South Wales-Coalfield. being an account of the region comprised in sheets , of the map / (London: H.M.S.O, ), also by Aubrey Strahan, Richard Hill Tiddeman, Henry Woodward, and .

It is recommended to purchase the modern geological maps of Great Britain in two sheets, published by the British Geological Survey. These show much more details and with modern terminology. The standard geological maps in general use are the , geological survey sheets, which are again obtainable from the British Geological Survey. 76 A MAP OF THE DRIFT GEOLOGY OF GREAT BRITAIN AND NORTHERN IRELAND latest edition of the 'Regional Geology of East Anglia' (Chatwin, ). The second map was drawn by G. W. Lamplugh to illustrate his Anniversary Address to the Geological Society of London (Lamplugh, ). This is a more generalized map than.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Woodward, Horace B. (Horace Bolingbroke), Photographic supplement to Stanford's geological atlas of Great Britain and Ireland. Title: Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland; With Plates of Characteristic Fossils. Preceded by Descriptions of the Geological Structure of Great Britain and Ireland and Their Countries, and of the Features Observable Along the Principal Lines of Railway Publisher: London Publication date: Subjects: Geology -- Great Britain Notes: This is an Author: Edward Stanford Ltd.

: Stanford's Geological Atlas Of Great Britain With Plates Of Characteristic Fossils: Preceded By A Description Of The Geological Structure Of Great Britain And Its Counties (): Horace Bolingbroke Woodward: Books.

with Plates of Charactersitic Fossils preceded by descriptions of the Geological Structure of Great Britain and Ireland and their Counties; of the Channel Islands; and of the Features observable along the Principal Lines of Railway. 4th edition. Preface dated Condition.

Orig. cloth, some rubbing to corners. Ower's name to fly-leaf. Blue cloth, gilt. Cloth rubbed on edges. Spine dulled. Ownership label to fep, name to ffep. Endpapers spotted. Supplement blue cloth, gilt.

Spine creased down front edge. 4th edition published inSupplement first published in Text in both book clean and bright as are the coloured maps in first book and the black and white photographs in the second. Following on from the huge success of her previous titles, Wilderness Weekends () and Britain's Best Small Hills (), outdoor guru Phoebe Smith returns with her top tips about wilderness cooking on a single stove, including fifty recipes.

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Stanford's Geological atlas of Great Britain and Ireland; with plates of characteristic fossils. Preceded by descriptions of the geological structure of Great Britain and Ireland and their countries, and of the features observable along the principal lines of railway by Edward Stanford Ltd; Woodward, Horace B.

(Horace Bolingbroke), Pages: Photographic Supplement to Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland. Arranged and Edited by with the co-operation of Miss Hilda D.

Sharpe. London: Edward Stanford, First edition, 8vo, (viii),(1) pp. black and white photographic illustrations. Original gilt titled blue cloth, minor rubbing to spine ends. Item. Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland;: containing a whole sheet map of England; a whole sheet map of Scotland; a whole sheet map of Ireland and the following county maps [Multiple Contributors, See Notes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland;: containing a whole sheet map of England; a whole sheet map of Scotland; a whole Author: See Notes Multiple Contributors.

Geological History of Britain and Ireland tells the region's story at a level accessible to undergraduate geologists, as well as to postgraduates, professionals or informed amateurs. This second edition is fully revised and updated, reflecting our continually developing knowledge of the region's geology/5(11).

Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland edited by H. Woodward, F.R.S. third edition This geological work shows rail lines more prominently than one might expect. The reason is given by the author.

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Geological Map of Berkshire and Oxfordshire from Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland, Colour printed original map 25 x19 cm, flat with centre-fold. Full text of "Stanford's Geological atlas of Great Britain and Ireland; with plates of characteristic ed by descriptions of the geological structure of Great Britain and Ireland and their countries, and of the features observable along the principal lines of railway".

the Digital Geological Map of Great Britain (DiGMapGB) project started to systematically digitise and apply up-to-date nomenclature to published 50k and earlierpaper maps. The goal was to obtain, as near as possible, complete coverage of Great Britain by combining these legacy maps with recent digitally-produced Size: 3MB.

Britain, Ireland and their surrounding areas have a remarkably varied geology for so small a fragment of continental crust.

This region contains a fine rock record from all the geological periods from Quaternary back to Cambrian, and a less continuous but still impressive catalogue of events back through nearly million years of Precambrian time.5/5(1).

The geological structure of Great Britain is complex, resulting as it does from a long and varied geological history spanning more than two billion years.

This piece of the Earth's crust has experienced several episodes of mountain building or 'orogenies', each of which has added further complexity to the picture. A wide range of geological structures occur across Britain. The Geology of Britain viewer is a simple tool aimed at the general public that helps you explore the geology around where you live.

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Excerpt. The scope of this work has been enlarged by the addition of a sketch of the geological features of Ireland, its counties and main lines of railway; and the subject is illustrated by a geological map of the country, and by three illustrations borrowed from Professor E.

Hull's Physical Geology and Geography of Ireland. "Geological History of Britain and Ireland" tells the region's story at a level accessible to undergraduate geologists, as well as to postgraduates, professionals or informed amateurs.

This second edition is fully revised and updated, reflecting our continually developing knowledge of the region's Range: £ - £(Code No. )Hamilton, N. E. S. (ed).National Gazetteer of Great Britain and rated with a complete county atlas Virtue.

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