There is only one publication in this series: 'A description of the soil-geology of Ireland based upon geological survey maps and records, with notes on climate' (1907). Following the completion of the solid geology mapping a decade earlier and then the organizational split with the Geological Survey of the United Kingdom in 1905 there was a period of re-orientation for the Survey. One of the areas of interest was soil geology to support Ireland's agriculture. This work was based on the Survey's earlier soil work but it was hoped its publication would generate interest for further involvement of the Survey with soils.