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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 30 
Sheet title Appleby. 
Map type Solid 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 2003 
Author statement Original geological survey at 1:10 560 scale by W.T. Aveline, J.R. Dakyns, W.H. Dalton, J.G. Goodchild, E.J. Hebert, T. McK. Hughes, G.R. Lightfoot, R. Russell, R.H. Tiddeman, and J.C. Ward published in 1893. Partially resurveyed at 1:10 560 scale by I.C. Burgess and A.J. Wadge in 1965-6. Resurveyed at 1:10 000 scale by M. McCormac, R.A. Hughes, D.G. Woodhall, B. Beddoe-Stephens, D. Millward, P. Stone and S.C. Loughlin in 1994-2000; by A.M. Bell under a BGS contract in 1995-6. Additional information on the Alston Formation from C.R. Rowley (formerly of Portsmouth University). Interpretation of the Permian strata was assisted by the provision of data by British Gypsum (part of BPB plc), whose co-operation is gratefully acknowledged. M. Smith, Regional Geologist. 
Published statement Released 2003. [No print code]. 
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