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McIntosh, R P. 2012. Geological Survey of Great Britain and Ireland — a contemporary account of the Survey, 1897. Extract and illustrated from 1897 Geological Survey of Great Britain. Summary of Progress. [Unpublished].
 
McIntosh, R P. 2012. Geological Survey of Great Britain and Ireland — a contemporary account of the Survey, 1897. Extract and illustrated from 1897 Geological Survey of Great Britain. Summary of Progress. [Unpublished].
  
McIntosh, R P. Origins of the British Geological Survey.
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McIntosh, R P. Origins of the British Geological Survey.  
 
 
Paul [https://blog.geolsoc.org.uk/2014/01/16/the-unfortunate-tale-of-the-museum-of-practical-geology-pt-i/  The Unfortunate Tale of the Museum of Practical Geology Pt I]  Geological Society of London Blog. January 16th 2014.
 
 
 
Paul [https://blog.geolsoc.org.uk/2014/01/16/the-unfortunate-tale-of-the-museum-of-practical-geology-pt-i/ The Unfortunate Tale of the Museum of Practical Geology Pt II. Dippy and the Nippies]  Geological Society of London Blog. January 17th 2014.
 
  
 
Portlock, J E. 1843. Report on the geology of Londonderry, and of parts of Tyrone and Fermanagh. (Dublin: HMSO), Preface pp. iii-xi, for an account of the origins of the geological department of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland.
 
Portlock, J E. 1843. Report on the geology of Londonderry, and of parts of Tyrone and Fermanagh. (Dublin: HMSO), Preface pp. iii-xi, for an account of the origins of the geological department of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland.

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