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Title Summary of progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Practical Geology for the year 1927, part 2
Ref no BJ1927/2
Year of publication 1928
Abstract Contents: The Rochdale Road sewer tunnel section, Manchester. Palaeozoic species of 'Vetacapsula' and 'Palaeoxyris'. On fossils from the Coal Measures of Kent. The Adisham boring, Kent. A note on 'ptygmatic folding' in the Sutherland granite complex. On the glaciation of the north Cotteswold area. Upton colliery sinking. Whittington railway cutting. The stratigraphical position of the Manchester Coal Measures. The origin of Cumberland haematite. The Cockermouth Lavas, Cumberland-a Carboniferous volcanic episode. A gravitational survey over the Swynnerton Dyke, Yarnfield, Staffordshire. The distribution of sandstones in the Measures above the Barnsley or Top Hard Coal in the Northern part of the concealed Coalfield of Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire.
Publisher HMSO
Place of publication London
Series Summary of Progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Practical Geology
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