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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 191 
Sheet title Saxmundham. 
Map type Solid and Drift 
Scale 1:50 000 
Publication year 1996 
Author statement Original geological survey on the 1:63 360 scale by W.H. Dalton and W. Whitaker. Published as Old Series Sheets 49 NW, 49 SW, 50 NE and 50 SE in 1883-1884. Surveyed on the 1:10 560 and 1:10 000 scale by S.J. Booth, A.N. Morigi, B.S.P. Moorlock, P.S. Balson, R.J.O. Hamblin, S.J. Mathers, J.A. Zalasiewicz and A. Horton in 1979-1992. W.A. Read, R.G. Thurrell, R.A.B. Bazley, Regional Geologists. Marine geology by P.S. Balson. Deep seismic interpretation by J. Allsop. Hydrographic data supplied by the Hydrographic Office, Taunton, Somerset, TA1 2DN. Boundaries of peat south of grid line 59 are based on unpublished borehole data by W.M. Corbett (1982) and R.G.O. Burton (1991-92) of the Soil Survey and Land Research Centre, Cranfield University. 
Published statement Published 1996. Print code: 96/1800. 
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