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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 236 
Sheet title Witney [Oxford]. 
Map type Solid and Drift 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 1982 
Author statement Original one-inch geological survey published between 1856 and 1863. Six-inch geological survey of eastern third of sheet by T.I. Pocock and J.H. Blake. Published as part of Oxford Special sheet in 1908. Partial survey of remainder by H.G. Dimes and L. Richardson, published 1938. Six-inch geological survey of outstanding area and resurvey of remainder by A.W. Kemp, D. Foster, S.R. Mills, B.C. Worssam, A. Horton, K. Ambrose, J. Brewster, D.J.D. Lawrence, B.S.P. MoorLock, J.M. Ridgway, M.G. Sumbler, D. Wilson, R.J. Wyatt, B.C. Coppack, E.G. Poole and B.J. Williams mainly between 1973 and 1975. Cross-section drawn in consultation with I. G. S. Deep Geology Unit. G.A. Kellaway and G.W. Green, District Geologists. 
Published statement [Published] 1982 [i.e. 1983]. Print code: 3000/83. 
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