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Now Available: William Smith 1815 Geological Map of England and Wales with part of Scotland (GSL reproduction, A2, flat) - £15.00 each.
William Smith county maps are now available from our Online Bookshop.
Choose from individual 53x62cm prints of 21 counties originally published between 1819 & 1824. View the range here.
The online bookshop now stocks a range of notebooks from Rite in the Rain. Each notebook is made up of a patented environmentally responsible, all-weather writing paper that sheds water.
Edited by R. Mazumder & P.G. Eriksson
Classification, basin architecture and geodynamic history of 22 Indian Precambrian basins elucidate understanding of cratonic basins in particular, and of Precambrian plate tectonics and sequence stratigraphy in general.
by William Smith
Full title: A Delineation of the Strata of England and Wales with part of Scotland; exhibiting the collieries and mines, the marshes and fen lands originally overflowed by the sea, and the Varieties of Soil according to the variations in the Substrata, illustrated by the most Descriptive Names by William Smith
An A2 size map print (59 x 42 cm) reproduced by the Geological Society of London from an original of William Smith's famous 1815 geological map recently rediscovered in its archives. Dispatched in a cardboard tube.
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