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Geology of Jersey, Channel Islands

Product Code: GA041
Series: GA Guides - print copy
Author/Editor: A C Bishop, D H Keen, S Salmon & J T Renouf
Publication Date: 07 July 2003
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The Channel Islands belong geologically as well as geographically to nearby Lower Normandy and Brittany - known collectively as Armorica. The pre-Palaeozoic, and much of the Palaeozoic geology of this Armorican province, differs fundamentally from that of the Cornubian massif of Britain. The two provinces have very different histories, the result of palaeogeographical separation. 

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-900717-94-7
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-900717-94-9
Publisher: GA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 53
Weight: 0.23 kg


Preface • List of Figures • The Southeast Igneous Complex: Itinerary I. St Helier, Itinerary 2. Green Island And Le Nez • Eastern Jersey: Itinerary 3. Mont Orgueil to La Coupe • Southwest Jersey: Itinerary 4. St Aubin to St Ouen's Bay • The Northwest Granite Complex: Itinerary 5. L’Etacq to le Pinacle, Itinerary 6. Ronez and Sorel Point, Itinerary 7a. Devil’s Hole to L’ane and Greve de Lecq, Itinerary 7b. Devil's Hole to Sorel Point • Northeast Jersey: Itinerary 8. Cotil Point to Les Rouaux, Itinerary 9. Bouley Bay • Wet Days • Acknowledgements • Further Reading • Glossary


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