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Geophysics and geochemistry

Regional Geochemical Atlas Institute of Geological Sciences

G-BASE, the Geochemical Baseline Survey of the Environment is a programme to provide a systematic picture of the geochemistry of Britain. From the data a series of large format atlases are being produced starting from the Shetland Isles and working southwards. The earlier volumes are based on point-source data printed on geological maps, later volumes are based on digital geochemical imagery.

 

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1978
HA1978(O)
Regional geochemical atlas: Orkney Full entry
1978
HA1978(S)
Regional geochemical atlas: Shetland Full entry
1979
HA1979
Regional geochemical atlas: south Orkney and Caithness Full entry
1982
HA1982
Regional geochemical atlas: Sutherland Full entry
1983
HA1983
Regional geochemical atlas: The Hebrides Full entry
1987
HA1987
Regional geochemical atlas: Great Glen Full entry
1990
HA1990
Regional geochemical atlas: Argyll Full entry
1992
HA1992A
Regional geochemistry of the East Grampian area Full entry
1992
HA1992B
Regional geochemistry of the Lake District and adjacent areas Full entry
1993
HA1993
Regional geochemistry of Southern Scotland and part of Northern England Full entry
1996
HA1996
Regional geochemistry of north-east England Full entry
1997
HA1997
Regional geochemistry of parts of north-west England and North Wales Full entry
2000
HA2000
Regional geochemistry of Wales and part of west-central England: stream water Full entry
2000
HA2000B
Stream sediment plus soil in North Wales Full entry
2000
HA2000C
Streamwaters in North Wales: regional geochemical atlas Full entry
2006
HA2006
Regional geochemistry of Humber Trent: streamwater stream sediments Full entry
 

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