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Title Summary of progress of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Practical Geology for the year 1926
Ref no BJ1926
Year of publication 1927
Abstract Contents: The Ochil Fault and its dolerite intrusion. Note on a 'want' proved in the Five Foot Seam in the Cowdenbeath district of Fife. The use of the torsion balance in the investigation of geological structure in south-west Persia. On a new species of Sutcliffia. The superficial deposits in the Clyde Valley at Bonnington, 1 1/2 miles S of Lanark Fossils from the Ironsands on Netley Heath (Surrey). The highest Silurian rocks of the Wenlock District. The 'Penlan Quartzite'. On the Carboniferous Limestone Series of the northern part of the Isle of Man. On the Upper Limestone Group and 'Millstone Grit' of north east Cumberland. The eastern boundary of the concealed Coalfield of Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. The Barnsley Coal and its variations.
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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