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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 145 & part of 129 
Sheet title King's Lynn and The Wash with part of 129. 
Map type Solid and Drift 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 1978 
Author statement Original geological survey of the land area on the one-inch scale by C. Reid, S.B.J. Skertchley and W. Whitaker, published on Old Series Sheets 69 (northern part) and 65 (southern part) in 1886. Surveyed on the six-inch scale by R.W. Gallois, B. Young and F.C. Cox in 1965-71; S.C.A. Holmes, District Geologist. Offshore geology based on geological and geophysical surveys made by C.D.R. Evans and R.T.R. Wingfield, assisted by C.G. Bradley; G.K. Lott, M. Reed and A.R. Turner; J.E. Wright, Head,Continental Shelf Unit South, and by Susan E. Deegan and R.A. Floyd, assisted by Rosalind S. Brown; R. McQuillin, Head, Marine Geophysics Unit. Map and text compiled by R.W. Gallois. 
Published statement Published 1978. Print code: 3500/78. 
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