Stanford"s geological atlas of Great Britain.
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Published by Edward Stanford .
Written in English

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The Physical Object
Number of Pages288
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Open LibraryOL14415927M

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Blue cloth, gilt. Cloth rubbed on edges. Spine dulled. Ownership label to fep, name to ffep. Endpapers spotted. Supplement blue cloth, gilt. Spine creased down front edge. 4th edition published in , Supplement first published in Text in both book clean and bright as are the coloured maps in first book and the black and white photographs in the second. Exclusive signed copy This book comes at a critical time. Thirty years ago, Africa was home to a million elephants, today the figure stands at less than half that. Meanwhile in the span of a lifetime, the human population has more than doubled. In Levison Wood's 'The Last Giants', he explores the rapid decline of one of the world's favourite. with Plates of Charactersitic Fossils preceded by descriptions of the Geological Structure of Great Britain and Ireland and their Counties; of the Channel Islands; and of the Features observable along the Principal Lines of Railway. 4th edition. Preface dated Condition. Orig. cloth, some rubbing to corners. Ower's name to fly-leaf. Stanford's renowned Geological Atlas was first published in Completely revised and re-written in this edition by T Eastwood, an eminent geologist. The whole of Great Britain is examined in a sequence of twenty-nine carefully selected areas.

Photographic Supplement to Stanford's Geological Atlas of Great Britain and Ireland. Arranged and Edited by with the co-operation of Miss Hilda D. Sharpe. London: Edward Stanford, First edition, 8vo, (viii), , (1) pp. black and white photographic illustrations. Original gilt titled blue cloth, minor rubbing to spine ends. Item. The Telford Medal is a prize awarded by the British Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) for a paper or series of papers. It was introduced in following a bequest made by Thomas Telford, the ICE's first can be awarded in gold, silver or bronze; the Telford Gold Medal is the highest award the institution can bestow. Object Number: Ci Collection: Geological Maps & Plans. Object Name: Book. Map Title: Stanfords Geological Atlas of Great Britain & Ireland. Description: Book containing information about the geological structure of Great Britain and ing Rock formations, Mineral products, Geological descriptions, setions, Geological maps of each County, Fossil lists and plates. Excerpt. The scope of this work has been enlarged by the addition of a sketch of the geological features of Ireland, its counties and main lines of railway; and the subject is illustrated by a geological map of the country, and by three illustrations borrowed from Professor E. Hull's Physical Geology and Geography of .