2 edition of Recent geological investigations in Shropshire. found in the catalog.
Recent geological investigations in Shropshire.
Reprinted from the Transactions of the Shropshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
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Book description Sited at the furthest limits of the Neolithic revolution and standing at the confluence of the two great sea routes of prehistory, Britain and Ireland are distinct from continental Europe for much of the prehistoric sequence. October 5 – Redrawing the geological map of South Wales — Professor John C. W. Cope, National Museum Wales, Cardiff. A keen extramural class in Swansea University requested that a future course should involve more fieldwork, so a course was devised that involved the geological mapping an area of little-known ground in Carmarthenshire.
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The last was in , when a magnitude tremor shook Bishop's Castle in Shropshire. A quake in Lleyn, north Wales, in , was big enough to topple chimney pots in . With the recent development of source-to-sink analysis, and attempts to reconstruct mass transfers at the basin scale on a quantitative basis (Weltje and von Eynatten, ), it has become increasingly clear that the stratigraphic record, especially of continental and shallow-marine successions, yields only snapshots of Earth’s past surface.
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M CarsonBSc, MPhil, MICE, MIHT, FGS, and J Fisher MICE, Shropshire County Council, UK 95 99 This paper outlines the recent geological history of the County of Shropshire, and discusses some of the land instabilities encountered.
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