Author: John Francis Kirkaldy,F. A. Middlemiss,L.J. Allchin,Hugh Gwyn Owen,etc.
Publisher: Geologists' Association; 3rd edition (December 1, 1976)
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1962–64 KIRKALDY, Professor John Francis DSc FG. He had acquired considerable reputation as a geologist. The South-eastern Naturalist: Being the Transactions of the South-eastern Union of Scientific Societies.
1962–64 KIRKALDY, Professor John Francis DSc FGS. 1964–66 Curry, Dennis MA FGS. 1966–68 Sutton, Professor J. DSc FRS FG. Samuel Hazzledine Warren (1872–1952) Geologist and Prehistorian - bio from the Essex Field Club. Rudolf Schmid & Mena Schmid (August 2004). Muriel Agnes Arber (1913–2004)".
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Geologists Association Guide number 22. Covering the stratigraphy, biostratigraphy, palaeontology, sedimentology, structure and geomorphology of the West, South and East Dorset coasts. 0%. 4 star4 star (0%). 3 star3 star (0%).
Leading archaeologist Francis Pryor retells the story of King Arthur, legendary king of the Britons, tracing it back to its Bronze Age origins
Leading archaeologist Francis Pryor retells the story of King Arthur, legendary king of the Britons, tracing it back to its Bronze Age origins. The legend of King Arthur and Camelot is one of the most enduring in Britain's history, spanning centuries and surviving invasions by Angles, Vikings and Normans. In his latest book Francis Pryor – one of Britain’s most celebrated archaeologists and author of the acclaimed ‘Britain . and ‘Seahenge’ – traces the story of Arthur back to its ancient origins
This excursion guide examines particularly the rifting zones in which there are many .
This excursion guide examines particularly the rifting zones in which there are many active volcanic centres. From these, lavas of a wide range of mineralogy have been extruded, often beneath ice or water, resulting in a wide variety of rock types and landforms. Recent fieldwork by the Geologists' Association at Keymer Tileworks and Freshfield Lane Brickworks on 25 July, 1998, is summarized. This event, the overtopping of the northern limb of the Weald-Artois anticline by waters from the North Sea, scoured the floor of the eastern Channel and provided the gap in the cross-Channel ridge which led to Britain becoming an island.