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Title IGS short communications
Ref no CF80/01
Author Institute of Geological Sciences.
Year of publication 1980
Abstract Contents: The Caergwrle bowl: its composition, geological source and archaeological significance. (Bronze Age bowl of bituminite decorated with tin) Ash deposited on Barbados, West Indies, from the eruption of La Soufriere, St Vincent, of 1314 April 1979. New information from the Pleistocene deposits in the Bury St Edmunds area. A method for estimating the grading of boulder and cobble grade material (using a photographic procedure). A reappraisal of the 'Tertiary' deposits of Buchan, Grampian Region. The Farnham (IGS) borehole near Knaresborough, North Yorkshire. K-Ar ages for amphibolite separates from the Rhobell Volcanic Group (Upper Tremadocian), Harlech Dome, North Wales. Improvements in the determination of lead in geochemical exploration samples. The field determination of copper in geochemical exploration water samples. Bohdanowiczite-a new mineral. The Ordovician sequence at Wood of Cree, Galloway.
Publisher HMSO
Place of publication London
Series Report Institute of Geological Sciences
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