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== Geological maps  ==
 
== Geological maps  ==
  
Geological maps are published by the British Geological Survey (BGS), and can be purchased online via <u>www.bgs.ac.uk</u>, at the BGS offices in Edinburgh and Keyworth (Nottingham), or at the Natural History Museum, London. Maps are also available for free viewing from the  [http://www.bgs.ac.uk/data/maps/home.html BGS Maps Portal], this includes the recent [http://www.bgs.ac.uk/data/maps/maps.cfc?method=viewRecord&mapId=11093 Assynt special sheet.] An overview of the geology is given by the 1:625,000 scale Bedrock Geology: UK North map. More detailed information is provided by the 1:50,000 sheets, and Excursions 1 and 6–11 lie within the Assynt Special Sheet. The remainder of the excursions are spread across sheets 101E (Ullapool); 101W (Summer Isles); 107E (Loch Glencoul); 107W (Point of Stoer); 113 (Cape Wrath) and 114W (Loch Eriboll).
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Geological maps are published by the British Geological Survey (BGS), and can be purchased online via <u>www.bgs.ac.uk</u>, at the BGS offices in Edinburgh and Keyworth (Nottingham), or at the Natural History Museum, London. Maps are also available for free viewing from the  [http://www.bgs.ac.uk/data/maps/home.html BGS Maps Portal], this includes the recent [http://www.bgs.ac.uk/data/maps/maps.cfc?method=viewRecord&mapId=11093 Assynt special sheet] An overview of the geology is given by the 1:625,000 scale Bedrock Geology: UK North map. More detailed information is provided by the 1:50,000 sheets, and Excursions 1 and 6–11 lie within the Assynt Special Sheet. The remainder of the excursions are spread across sheets 101E (Ullapool); 101W (Summer Isles); 107E (Loch Glencoul); 107W (Point of Stoer); 113 (Cape Wrath) and 114W (Loch Eriboll).
  
 
== Background reading  ==
 
== Background reading  ==

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