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Map series Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:63,360/1:50,000 geological map series, New Series 
Sheet number 311 
Sheet title Wellington. 
Map type Bedrock and Superficial 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 2009 
Author statement Original geological survey at 1:63 360 scale by Sir H.T. De la Beche, CB, FRS. Resurveyed on the One-Inch Old Series Maps by W.A.E. Ussher, H.B. Woodward and C. Reid, 1870-75 and the geology transferred to the New Series Maps with additions by A.J. Jukes-Brown, in 1892. Published with superficial deposits 1906. Revision of the Devonian and Carboniferous rocks at 1:10 560 scale by J.M. Thomas of Exeter University; reconstituted from the one-inch scale without other geological revision and reprinted onto the 1st Series 1:50 000 base, 1976. Surveyed at 1:10 000 scale by S.J. Booth, C.E. Burt, R.A. Ellison, R.J.O. Hamblin, L.M. Hollick, K.R. Royse and R.C. Scrivener between 2002 and 2004. P.J. Strange, Regional Geologist. 
Published statement Published 2009. Print code: 2000/2009. 
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