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GAUNT, G D, Fletcher, T P, and Wood, C J. 1992. Geology of the country around Kingston upon Hull and Brigg. Memoir of the British Geological Survey, Sheets 80 and 89 (England and Wales).

GRIFFITH, A E, and WILSON, H E. 1982. Geology of the country around Carrickfergus and Bangor. Memoir of the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland. Sheet 29 (Northern Ireland).

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HANCOCK, J M. 1972. (Editor) Crétacé. Ecosse, Angleterre, Pays de Galles. Lexique Stratigraphique International, Vol. 1, fascicule 3a XI.

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HART, M B, and BIGG, P J. 1981. Anoxic events in the late Cretaceous Chalk seas of North-West Europe. 177-185 in Microfossils from Recent and Fossil Shelf Sea. NEALE, J W, and BRASIER, M D, (editors). (Chichester: Ellis Horwood.)

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HILL, W. 1886. On the beds between the Upper and Lower Chalk of Dover and their comparison with the Middle Chalk of Cambridgeshire. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, Vol. 42, 232-248.

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