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Geology of South Shropshire (3rd edition)

Product Code: GA027
Series: GA Guides
Author/Editor: M Allbutt, J Moseley, C Rayner & P Toghill
Publication Date: 01 January 2002
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South Shropshire has traditionally attracted student groups from schools, colleges and universities keen to use its sites for training and project works. A number of the older classic localities and sequences are now incorporated into Geological Trails, specifically the Ercall Quarries of The Wrekin, the Onny Valley Trail, the Mortimer Forest Trail and, most recently, the Terne Bank Trail at Ludlow, all with descriptive booklets or leaflets. If these trails are viewed as introductory then this guide can be considered as a logical follow-up both extending their content and encouraging wider exploration.

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-900717-84-X
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-900717-84-0
Publisher: GA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 116
Weight: 0.4 kg

Contents

PREFACE • LIST OF FIGURES • THE GEOLOGICAL HISTORY OF SHROPSHIRE, Peter Toghill • ITINERARIES: The Longmynd area, John Moseley • Wart Hill and Hopesay Common, John Moseley • The Precambrian and Ordovician geology of the Caer Caradoc area, and local developments within the Church Stretton Fault System, Peter Toghill • The Stiperstones and East Shelve Inlier, John Moseley • The Standard Ludlovian sections of Mortimer Forest, Martin Allbutt • Mid Shelf Silurian Stratigraphy, Martin Allbutt • Outer Shelf Silurian Stratigraphy, A) Plowden Woods and Edgton, B) Kempton and Bury Dithces, Martin Allbutt • The Wrekin Area, Christine Rayner • Clee Hills, John Moseley • Bridgnorth Sandstones; Quatford to Worfe Bridge, Martin Allbutt • FURTHER READING • APPENDIX - SSSI’s and RIGS —Martin Allbutt

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