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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 142 
Sheet title Melton Mowbray. 
Map type Solid and Drift 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 2002 
Author statement Original geological survey at 1:63 360 scale by H.H. Howell, E. Hull, J.W. Judd, W.H. Holloway and A.J. Jukes-Browne. Published as Old Series sheets 63, 64, 70 and 71 in 1855-79. Surveyed at 1:10 560 scale by C. Fox-Strangways, W. Gibson, C.B. Wedd, R.L. Sherlock, B. Smith and G.W. Lamplugh; published 1909. Further minor revision by F.B.A. Welch, D.A. Wray and V. Wilson; published 1959. Resurvey at 1:10 000 or 1:10 560 scales by D.V. Frost in 1967, by R.G. Crofts, T.J. Charsley, B.W. Glover, A.S. Howard and D.J. Lowe in 1987-1988, and by A. Brandon, J.N. Carney, K. Ambrose, M. Shaw and M.G. Sumbler in 1996-1999. Seismic interpretation by T.C. Pharaoh, 1999. P.J. Strange, Regional Geologist. 
Published statement Published 2002. Print code: 1800/2002. 
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