4 edition of The geology of parts of Cambridgeshire and of Suffolk (Ely, Mildenhall, Thetford) found in the catalog.
1891 by Printed for H. M. Stationery off., by Eyre and Spottiswoode in London .
Written in English
|Statement||By W. Whitaker... (editor), H. B. Woodward ... F. J. Bennett ... S. B. J. Skertchly ... and A. J. Jukes-Browne ... Pub. by order of the lords commissioners of Her Majesty"s Treasury|
|Series||[Great Britain Geological survey] Memoirs of the Geological survey, England and Wales, Memoirs of the Geological survey of Great Britain|
|Contributions||Woodward, Horace B. (Horace Bolingbroke), 1848-1914, Bennett, Francis James, 1845-, Skertchly, Sydney B. J. (Sydney Barber Josiah), 1850-1927, Jukes-Brown, Alfred John, 1851-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 127 p.|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||gs 09000477|
1. domesday book, cambridgeshire The "Domesday Book" is "probably the most remarkable statistical document in the history of Europe" (Darby, , p). As it was a survey of property rather than place it is also very difficult to map accurately however as the Vill the property was in was also provided we have attempted to for. Whitaker, W (): The Geology of Parts of Cambridgeshire and of Suffolk (Ely, Mildenhall, Thetford). Explanation of sheet 51 NE with part of 51 NW. Whitaker, W & Skertchly, SBJ & Jukes-Browne, A (): The Geology of South-western Norfolk and of Northern Cambridgeshire. Explanation of sheet Geology of the Local Area Like the vast majority of Suffolk, Great Bradley the surface 'rock' is the very fertile boulder clay or clay loam. This lies on top of layers of chalk. Boreholes have shown that a river used to run and cut away the chalk underneath where Mill House is today. Sand and gravel were laid down in the valley.
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The geology of Suffolk in eastern England largely consists of a rolling chalk plain overlain in the east by Neogene clays, sands and gravels and isolated areas of Palaeocene sands.
A variety of superficial deposits originating in the last couple of million years overlie this 'solid geology'. The geology of the N. part of Essex and the N. part of Herts. With parts of Cambridgeshire and Suffolk. (Explanation of sheet 47 of the map (one-inch) of Pages: Cambridgeshire Landscapes.
Cambridgeshire has a fascinating landscape and an interesting geology. See our Local Landscapes page for more details and download the excellent leaflet ‘The Mapping of Landscapes, Geology and Soils of Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire’ by Timothy Farewell, Peter Friend, Martin Whiteley and Joanna Zawadzk.
The geology of parts of Cambridgeshire and of Suffolk book Cambridgeshire Landscapes. We have divided the county into seven regions as a practical way of describing the landscape.
We are working in each region to highlight sites that represent the local geology of the area. The Geology of the N. Part of Essex and the N. Part of Herts. with Parts of Cambridgeshire and Suffolk.
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The site of High Lodge is situated in a disused clay pit in the Brecklands of Suffolk, UK. Artifacts were first discovered in the s and were described together with the stratigraphy of the site by Sir John Evans ().He noted that at the base of the site lay glacial chalky boulder clay, which was overlain by red clay containing finely retouched scrapers.
The maps of both the bedrock geology and the surficial geology of the survey area are at the back of this publication. The maps show a great diversity of bedrock and surficial geology in Norfolk and Suffolk Counties.
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It includes large parts of the counties of Lincolnshire and Cambridgeshire and smaller parts of Norfolk and Suffolk. The above maps show quite clearly how the geology of this area influenced the route of the Icknield Way: as the 'Way' follows an almost straight line direct from Tring, past Dunstable, Luton, Hitchin and Royston, through Newmarket and onto Thetford, skirting closely along the north-western edge of the Chalk Plain.
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