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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 294 
Sheet title Dulverton. 
Map type Solid and Drift 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 1974 
Author statement Original geological survey on the one-inch scale by Sir Henry De la Beche on Old Series Sheets 20, 21, 26 and 27, published before 1845. Re-survey on the one-inch scale by W.A.E. Ussher. J.H. Blake. H.W. Bristow and H.B. Woodward in 1871-9. This Provisional Edition is based on the revised Old Series Sheets and on geological survey on the six-inch scale by Dr. B.D. Webby of Bristol University in 1959-62 (Brendon Hills area) and by Mr. M.D. Lucas of Bristol University in 1957-9 and Dr. E.E. Swarbrick of London University in 1959-61 (areas south of Dulverton). Compiled by E.A. Edmonds and D. Patrick in 1968. G. Bisson, District Geologist. 
Published statement Published 1969. Reprinted at 1:50 000 scale 1974. Provisional edition. Print code: 2000/75. 
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