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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 38 
Sheet title Ambleside. 
Map type Solid 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 1996 
Author statement Original geological survey on the six-inch scale by W.T Aveline, J.C. Ward, C.E. De Rance, G.H. Wollaston, F. Rutley, A.G. Cameron and E.J. Hebert, published 1882. Resurveyed by D. Millward, E.W. Johnson, B. Beddoe-Stephens, M.G. Petterson, B. Young, P.M. Allen and A.J. Reedman in 1982-91; under NERC contract to Liverpool University by M.J. Branney, N.C. Davies, B.J. McConnell and B.C. Kneller (B.P Kokelaar, Project Leader) 1988-91; under NERC contract to Sheffield University by B.C. Kneller, N.J. Soper (Project Leader) and R.W. Scott, 1988-90. Additional contributions by M.K. Lee and C.P. Royles (Geophysics) and N.J. Fortey (Mineralogy). D.B. Smith, P.M. Allen, D.H. Land and D.J. Fettes, Regional Geologists. 
Published statement Published on the 1:50 000 scale, 1996. Print code: 96/1800. 
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