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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 Part of 257,258,259,271,272,273 
Sheet title Inner Thames Estuary. 
Map type Pre-Quaternary and Quaternary Geology 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 1997 
Author statement Onshore geology simplified from the BGS 1:50 000 Series Romford (257) Solid and Drift Geology sheet published in 1996, Southend & Foulness (258 and 259) Solid and Drift Geology sheet published in 1976, Dartford (271) Drift Geology sheet in press 1997, Chatham (272) Drift Geology sheet published in 1977, and Faversham (273) Solid and Drift Geology sheet published in 1974. Offshore information is based on data collected by BGS and data provided by City of London Polytechnic, Port of London Authority, Port of Sheerness Limited, the United Kingdom Hydrographic Office and the Ministry of Defence. Offshore interpretation and compilation by A. Crosby, R.T.R. Wingfield and D. Jeffery. 
Published statement Published 1997. Print code: 97/1800. 
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