Editing Synopsis and introduction — Colonial Geology Surveys 1947–1956

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The Colonial territories have long been indebted to the Director of the British Museum (Natural History) and his staff for the help they have given in examining and identifying rocks and minerals, and, in particular, for the palaeontological reports they have provided. The Museum has also received geologists from overseas territories and assisted them in their examination of material. Dr. W. Campbell Smith has served in a part-time capacity on special research dealing with the mineralogy and petrology of the carbonatites. Valuable help, too, has been given by the Director of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and by his staff at the Geological Survey and Museum.
 
The Colonial territories have long been indebted to the Director of the British Museum (Natural History) and his staff for the help they have given in examining and identifying rocks and minerals, and, in particular, for the palaeontological reports they have provided. The Museum has also received geologists from overseas territories and assisted them in their examination of material. Dr. W. Campbell Smith has served in a part-time capacity on special research dealing with the mineralogy and petrology of the carbonatites. Valuable help, too, has been given by the Director of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and by his staff at the Geological Survey and Museum.
  
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