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The geology of the country between Applby, Ullswater, and Haweswater (Explanation of quarter-sheet 102 S. W., new series, sheet 30) by John Roche Dakyns

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Published by Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode in London .
Written in English

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  • Geology -- England.

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StatementBy J. R. Dakyns...R. H. Tiddeman...and J. G. Goodchild...With petrological notes, by the late J. Clifton Ward...and W. W. Watts...Pub. by order of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty"s Treasury
Series[Gt. Brit. Geological survey] Memoirs of the Geological survey, England and Wales, Memoirs of the Geological survey of Great Britain
ContributionsTiddeman, Richard Hill, Goodchild, John George, 1844-1906, Ward, J. C., Watts, W. W. (William Whitehead), b. 1860
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 119 p.
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24171100M
LC Control Numbergs 09000462
OCLC/WorldCa5289809

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In the Survey Memoir on the country between Appleby, Ullswater and Haweswater ( S.W., now 30), which covers the greater part of the area under discussion, was published. Journ, Geot. Soc., vol. xllx, p. t "Chemical Notes on Lake District Rocks," pp. 53 and J "Notes on the Geology of the Lake District," Proc, Geol, Assoc. The stratigraphy, correlation, provenance and palaeogeography of the Skiddaw Group (Ordovician) in the English Lake District - Volume Issue 2 - A. H. Cooper, A. W. The geology of the country between Liverpool and Southport and explanation of geological map, 90SE Mem Geol Surv Engl Wales (Sheet) (London) The geology of the country between Appleby, Ullswater, and Haweswater (Quarter-sheet SW) Memoirs of the Geological Survey of England and Wales (Sheet - Old Series) Full entry: The geology of the country around Kendal, Sedbergh, Bowness, and Tebay by W. T. Aveline () The geology of the country between Applby, Ullswater, and Haweswater by J. R. Dakyns () The geology of the northern part of the English lake district by J. C. Ward () The glaciation of the Northern part of the Lake-District by J. C. Ward ().

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