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== Photographs - Sir A Kitson ==
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= Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:50,000 map tile: Sheet 13 Bellingham - data sources =
  
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== Introduction (From memoir) ==
  
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[[File:P222330.jpg|thumbnail|Crag Lough and Highfield Crags, Roman Wall. ]]
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The Bellingham district includes much of the Roman Wall country, the Northumbrian lakes, North Tynedale and Redesdale—all areas of outstanding, unspoilt beauty. They are underlain by Carboniferous rocks, 1600 m thick which were laid down around 300 million years ago. In the south and east, 'Yoredale'; limestones, sandstones and shales with the intrusive dolerite of the Whin Sill form scarp and dip-slope features, but in the forested areas to the north and west thick boulder clay of Pleistocene age mantles most of the solid rock and forms its own distinctive drumlin topography.
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This memoir is the first comprehensive published account of the geology of the district. After an introductory chapter, the stratigraphy of the Carboniferous rocks is described in detail, with comprehensive correlation diagrams of sections and boreholes together with complementary palaeontological identifications.
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Accounts of the igneous rocks and structure of the region are followed by chapters on the Pleistocene and economic geology. Appendices list boreholes, shafts, measured sections and geological photographs and conclude with a comprehensive bibliography.
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===Previous research ===
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For full references see the "[https://webapps.bgs.ac.uk/Memoirs/docs/B01495.html References]"
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Reference to the geology of the district can be found in many early works but the first systematic study was the primary six-inch geological survey by Hugh Miller Jnr., and D. Burns between 1875 and 1878. The solid edition of their one-inch map was published in 1881 followed by the drift edition in 1883. This map was not accompanied by a detailed geological succession nor were any major lithological subdivisions of the Carboniferous shown. A descriptive memoir written by Miller was not published. Small areas on the eastern and western edges of the district were resurveyed by G. A. Burnett (1932–35) and J. B. W. Day, D. H. Land and D. A. C. Mills (1954–58) respectively.
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This memoir is the first comprehensive description of the geology of the district (Figure 3), though a number of generalised descriptions have appeared in works which deal with wider regions (e.g. Lebour, 1889; Garwood, 1910; Smith, 1912; Hickling and others, 1931; Taylor and others, 1971). In addition, important contributions to knowledge of the Carboniferous rocks of the district include those by Tate (1867a), Lebour (1873, 1875a, b), Johnson (1959), Fowler (1966) and Frost (1969). Igneous rocks have been studied by Tate (1867a, b, 1870). Topley and Lebour (1877), Teall (1884a, b), Heslop and Smythe (1910), Weyman (1910), Holmes and Harwood (1928, 1929), Smythe (1930), Randall (1959a, b), and Ineson (1972). Mineral deposits have been described by Wilson and others (1922), Smith (1923) and Dunham (1948); and the drift deposits and glacial retreat phenomena by Dwerryhouse (1902) and Smythe (1908, 1912).
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Memoirs describing adjacent areas include those by Miller (1887), Clough (1889), Trotter and Hollingworth (1932), Fowler (1936) and Day (1970).
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== Maps ==
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To view all published sheets for this areas visit the [https://webapps.bgs.ac.uk/data/maps/maps.cfc?method=listResults&MapName=&series=E50k&scale=&pageSize=100 Maps Portal].
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=== Latest published maps for this area ===
  
 
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|[[File:1001480 2000.jpg|thumbnail|]]|| [[File:1001481 2000.jpg|thumbnail|]]
 
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| Drift sheet - [https://largeimages.bgs.ac.uk/iip/mapsportal.html?id=1001480 View full map] || Solid sheet - [https://largeimages.bgs.ac.uk/iip/mapsportal.html?id=1001481 View full map]
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=== Drift map details ===
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| Map series: || Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:63,360/1:50,000 geological map series, New Series
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0103.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 103] || 1 ||  || Slemmestad quarry in phyllograptus shales with "Young Norway" || 3.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Sheet number: || 13
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0103.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 103] || 2 ||  || Slemmestad cement factory wharf || 3.8.34 ||  ||
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| Sheet title: || Bellingham.
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0103.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 103] || 3 ||  || Spirodden. Viewing fossils but not collecting (Llandovery Stage 6) || 3.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Map type: || Drift
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0103.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 103] || 4 ||  || Sundvollen refreshment house. Table top of Staurolite garnet mica schist || 4.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Scale: || 1:50 000
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0104.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 104] || 5 ||  || Lagen river Kongsberg in abnormal flood || 6.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Publication year: || 1980
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0104.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 104] || 6 ||  || Lagen river Kongsberg in abnormal flood || 6.8.34 ||  ||
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| Author statement: || Original geological survey on the Six-Inch scale by H. Miller and D. Burns in 1875-1878. Published on the One-Inch scale as Old Series Sheet 106 NE in 1881 (Solid Edition) and 1883 (Drift Edition). Eastern margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by G.A. Burnett in 1932-1935. Mineral Revision by K.C. Dunham in 1939-1945. Western margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by J.B.W. Day, D.H. Land and D.A.C. Mills in 1954-59. W. Anderson, District Geologist. Resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by D.V. Frost and D.W. Holliday in 1968-1975.
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0104.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 104] || 7 ||  || Lagen river with fine timber for paper || 6.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Published statement: || Published 1980. Print code: 3500/80.
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=== Solid map details ===
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| Map series: || Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:63,360/1:50,000 geological map series, New Series
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0104.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 104] || 8 ||  || Skien Station || 7.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Sheet number: || 13
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0105.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 105] || 9 ||  || View near Finse || 12.8.34 ||  ||
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| Sheet title: || Bellingham.
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0105.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 105] || 10 ||  || Finse glacial lake, moraine and snowfield in distance || 12.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Map type: || Solid
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0105.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 105] || 11 ||  || Finse snowfield, moraine and glacial lake || 12.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Scale: || 1:50 000
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0105.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 105] || 12 ||  || Finse. "The look out" || 13.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Publication year: || 1980
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0106.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 106] || 13 ||  || Prof and Mrs Holtedahl. Finse || 13.8.34 ||  ||
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| Author statement: || Original geological survey on the Six-Inch scale by H. Miller and D. Burns in 1875-1878. Published on the One-Inch scale as Old Series Sheet 106 NE in 1881 (Solid Edition) and 1883 (Drift Edition). Eastern margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by G.A. Burnett in 1932-1935. Mineral Revision by K.C. Dunham in 1939-1945. Western margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by J.B.W. Day, D.H. Land and D.A.C. Mills in 1954-59. W. Anderson, District Geologist. Resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by D.V. Frost and D.W. Holliday in 1968-1975.
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0106.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 106] || 14 ||  || Views on line between Finse and Bergen || 13.8.34 || ||  
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| Published statement: || Published 1980. Print code: 3500/80.
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=== Six-inch maps ===
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The following is a list of six-inch geological maps included in the area of 1:50000 Geological Sheet 13 with the date of survey for each map. The surveying officers are: G. A. Burnett, J. B. W. Day, D. V. Frost, D. W. Holliday, D. H. Land and D. A. C. Mills. Copies of the maps are deposited for public reference in the libraries of the London and Leeds Offices of the Institute of Geological Sciences. Uncoloured dyeline copies of those marked by an asterisk are available for purchase. Xerox copies of the remaining partially surveyed sheets are also available.
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[[File:BellinghamIndexto10kmaps.JPG|600px|Index to National Grid six-inch geological maps]]
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| NY 66 NE Tipalt Burn || Day || 1954
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0106.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 106] || 15 ||  || Views on line between Finse and Bergen || 13.8.34 ||  ||  
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| NY 67 SE* Wileysike || Day || 1954
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0106.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 106] || 16 ||  || Ulven. Party collecting fossils from metamorphosed Ordovician || 14.8.34 ||  ||  
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| NY 67 NE* Churnsike || Mills || 1954–58
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0107.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 107] || 17 ||  || Storetveit. Marble with layers of mica schist || 15.8.34 ||  ||  
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| NY 68 SE* Christy's Crags || Mills || 1957–58
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0107.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 107] || 18 ||  || Goodbye at Bergen || 16.8.34 ||  ||  
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| NY 68 NE Whickhope || Land || 1958
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0107.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 107] || 19 ||  || Bergen from the steamer || 16.8.34 ||  ||  
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| NY 76 NW Edges Green || Frost || 1973
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0107.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 107] || 20 ||  || Bergen from the steamer || 16.8.34 ||  ||  
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| NY 76 NE Broomlee and Greenlee || Frost || 1973
 
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| || ||  || Photographs - Prof. H. P. Lewis ||  ||  ||  
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| NY 77 SW* Grindon Green || Frost || 1970
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0109.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 109] || 1 ||  || Permian conglomerate and sandstone, Billingstad - Sandvika district || 4.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 77 SE* Shepherdshield || Frost || 1968–69
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0109.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 109] || 2 ||  || Permian capped by rhomb porphyry lavas forming escarpment. Semsvann in Asker || 5.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 77 NW* Green Moor || Holliday || 1974
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0109.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 109] || 3 ||  || Kongsberg silver mine buildings. Saggrenda || 6.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 77 NE* Blackaburn and Stonehaugh || Frost || 1972–73
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0109.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 109] || 4 ||  || Fahlhand which yielded the original Kongsberg silver. Saggrenda || 6.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 78.SW* Chirdon Burn || Holliday || 1973–74
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0110.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 110] || 5 ||  || Boulders washed out of raised beach North west of Neulunghavn. Asven and Langersland fjord beyond || 7.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 78 NW Falstone || Holliday || 1973
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0110.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 110] || 6 ||  || Landing at Tofteholmen. Essexite || 8.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 78 NE Greenhaugh || Holliday || 1973
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0110.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 110] || 7 ||  || Glaciated intrisuive rocks. Tofteholmen. Silurian sediments in background || 8.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 86 NW Grindon Hill || Frost and Holliday || 1968
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0110.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 110] || 8 ||  || Leaving Tofteholmen. Essexite || 8.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 86 NE Newbrough and Fourstones || Holliday || 1968
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0111.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 111] || 9 ||  || Glacial groove and  menaite dyke on left. Tofteholmen || 8.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 87 SW* Sewingshields || Frost || 1968
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0111.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 111] || 10 ||  || Brockram(?) Conglomerate with rhomb porphyry boulders. Revlingen || 8.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 87 SE* Simonburn || Frost and Holliday || 1968–69
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0111.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 111] || 11 ||  || Kettle topography. Hauerseter stage. South of Dal || 9.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 87 NW* Warksburn || Frost || 1971
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0111.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 111] || 12 ||  || Basal Cambrian. Torellella laevigata conglomerate on weathered pre Cambrian basement gneiss. Cambro-Ordovician phyllite above. About 5km North West of Finse || 13.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 87 NE* Birtley and Wark || Frost || 1970
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0112.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 112] || 13 ||  || Prof Holtedahl explains Hauerseter district || 9.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 88 SW* Bellingham || Frost || 1972–73
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0112.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 112] || 14 ||  || Morraine blocks on glaciated pavement. Margin of Hardangerjokul. Finse || 12.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 88 SE* Redesmouth || Frost || 1972
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0112.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 112] || 15 ||  || Glaciated surfaces. Finsenut. Finse || 13.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 88 NW Hareshaw || Frost || 1973
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0112.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 112] || 16 ||  || Erratics and glaciated topography. Finse || 13.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 88 NE West Woodburn || Frost || 1973
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0113.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 113] || 17 ||  || Eide in Hegglandsdal. Mica schists and limestones with Ordovician corals in foreground. Hill on left of Saussurite gabbro || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 96 NW Wall || Holliday || 1971
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0113.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 113] || 18 ||  || Marble with layes of mica schist between. Altered from conglomerates. 100m north of Storetveit church || 15.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 96 NE Stagshaw || Burnett and Holliday || 1935, 1971
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0113.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 113] || 19 ||  || Solstrand Mica schist with granodiorite lenticles || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 97 SW* Barrasford || Holliday || 1971
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0113.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 113] || 20 ||  || As 19. Large scale || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 97 SE* Bingfield || Burnett and Holliday || 1934–35,1968,1971
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0114.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 114] || 21 ||  || Mobeng Road. Folded mica schist || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 97 NW* Gunnerton || Frost || 1971
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0114.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 114] || 22 ||  || Mobeng Road. Selective weathering of granodiorite "quartzite" gnbeiss || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 97 NE* Hallington || Burnett and Holliday || 1932–34,1971–73
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0114.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 114] || 23 ||  || Mobeng Road. Folded green schist || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||  
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| NY 98 SW* Ridsdale || Frost || 1972–73
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0114.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page 114] || 24 || || Ulven, Polygenetic conglomerate. || 14.8.34 || 27.9.34 ||
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| NY 98 SE* Great Bavington || Burnett and Holliday || 1932–33,1972–73
 
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| || ||  || Photos  - A.G. MacGregor ||  ||  ||  
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| NY 98 NW East Woodburn || Frost || 1973
 
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| || 1 || 4 || Oslo from S.S. Blenheim. Permian scarps in background. Cambro - silurian low ground in front || 2.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| NY 98 NE Raechester || Burnett and Holliday || 19,331,973
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== Memoir ==
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'''Geology of the country around Bellingham. Memoir for 1:50 000 geological sheet 13 by D.V. Frost and D.W. Holliday'''
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Bibliographical reference: Frost, D.V. and Holliday, D.W. 1980. Geology of the country around Bellingham. Mem. Geol. Surv. G.B., Sheet 13, 112 pp.
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[https://webapps.bgs.ac.uk/Memoirs/docs/B01495.html View searchable copy]
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[https://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=B01495 View original printed memoir]
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= BGS175: 175th Anniversary Science Symposium of the founding of the British Geological Survey, 28th September, Royal Institution, London =
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The British Geological Survey is the world's oldest national geological survey and commemorated its 175th anniversary in 2010.
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The event was marked by a one-day science symposium on 28 September 2010.
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The symposium showcased our world-class science and technologies, demonstrating their relevance, societal benefits and positive impacts in addressing 21st century challenges; including living with environmental change, energy and natural resource security, rising CO<sub>2</sub> emissions and geohazards.
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* Peak metal: Scarcity of supply or scare story?
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* Bronze Age Mediterraneans may have visited Stonehenge
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* Modelling of Icelandic volcanic ash particles
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The event was attended by influential stakeholders including representatives from government, industry, academia, international geological surveys, students and the national media.
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Guest speakers included Dr Marcia McNutt, and [https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/staff/iain-stewart Professor Iain Stewart].
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Britain's best-known natural history film-maker, [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Attenborough Sir David Attenborough], featured in the panel discussion to close the symposium.
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About the British Geological Survey, 2010.
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== Win a place at BGS175 ==
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The winners of a VIP day at the science symposium, featuring Sir David Attenborough, are listed in the table below.
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| Jonathan Wyatt, SHROPSHIRE || Paul Colinese, LONDON
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0115.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;115] || 2 || 15 || Party getting Cambrian trilobites in Pentamerus limestone Slemmestad || 2.8.34 || 24.12.34 ||  
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| John Williams, SURREY || Sophie Hibben, KENT
 
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| || 3 || 16 || From Bjerkø. Foreground. Ordovician - Silurian. Hill in background Permian lava. || 3.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Lisa Allan, LONDON || Rob Flanders, CHESHIRE
 
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| || 4 || 22 || Permian lava scarp above Downtonian near Sundvollen || 4.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Vince Piper, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE || Steven Cadman, SURREY
 
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| || 5 || 25 || Holtedahl, Brown and Templeman in Tyrifjord || 4.8.34 ||  ||
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| Sahja Haji, LONDON || Litsa Breingan, LONDON
 
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| || 6 || 31 || South down Holsfjord farm road near base of Permian lower scarp. Ordovician. Silurian on right. || 4.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Paul Dotteridge, HERTFORDSHIRE || Stephen Metheringham, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
 
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| || 7 || 38 || Farm in woods near Jonsknuten Mountain || 6.8.34 ||  ||  
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| Milo Brook, OXFORDSHIRE || Catherine Unsworth, LONDON
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== About the day ==
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===Symposium agenda===
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===Keynote speakers and special guests===
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| || 8 || 42 || Rosendahl in woods near Kongsberg || 6.8.34 ||  ||  
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|'''Video presentation''': [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NstzDgR4fE About the British Geological Survey - 175 years of geoscience]||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0115.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;115] || 9 || 62 || Barrow in Ra-moraine North West of Neulunghavn || 7.8.34 || 24.12.34 ||
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|Sir David Attenborough wrote and narrated BBC's [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snuna3fLYAg Uncovering Our Earliest Ancestor] ||[[File:Attenborough Thumb Copyright IanSalvage.jpg]]
 
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| || 10 || 66 || Neulunghavn village || 7.8.34 ||  ||  
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|Marcia McNutt, USGS Director, [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISzUlINbB4o Introduction to The National Map]||[[File:Mcnutt USGS.jpg]]
 
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| || 11 || 84 || Revlingen. Sand and gravel moraines resorted by sea to form beach || 8.8.34 ||  ||  
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|Professor Iain Stewart in the BBC's [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kphF71S5F0Q How Earth Made Us]. Iain tells the epic story of how the planet has shaped our history.||[[File:Stewart plymouth.jpg]]
 
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| || 12 || 97 || 3 foot boulder in Tillite like conglomerate of Sparagmite Series (Moelo Conglomerate) || 10.8.34 ||  ||
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|  || 13 || 102 || North end Randsfjord. Quartz sandstone above separatedly thrust from alum shales || 11.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
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|  || 14 || 103 || North end of Randsfjord near Dokka, Large scale schuppen structure. Quartzite repeatedly overthrusting with Cambrian - Silurian forming hillows between || 11.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
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|  || 15 || 116 || Small modern esker. Hardanger stream || 12.8.34 ||  ||
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|'''Morning session A'''||
|  || 16 || 121 || From near Finse Hotel. Schuppened Palaeozoic below thrust and above. PreCambrian peneplain. Archaen in foreground || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 17 || 130 || Near Finse. Telemark granite and aplite. Pre-Cambrian || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 18 || 142 || Solstrand. Fusafjord || 14.8.34 || 24.12.34 ||
 
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|  || 19 || 145 || Hegglandsdal. Outer Bergen arch valley eroded in Upper Ordovician limestone (Fossiliferous) and mica schist. Between hills of Saussurite gabbro and quartzite rocks || 14.8.34 || 24.12.34 ||
 
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|  || 20 || 148 || Near Mobeg. Kolderup on gabbro || 14.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 21 || 152 || Red pegmatite and large vein and smaller scale injections in gneiss. Liavand || 15.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 22 || 149 || Lyse fjord || 14.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 23 || 158 || Docks Bergen || 16.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 24 || 161 || Docks Bergen || 16.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  || 25 || 173 || Party on S.S. Venus "The Morning After" || 17.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0115.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;115] || 26 || ? || Hardanger glacier and party || 12.8.34 ||  ||
 
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|  ||  ||  || Photographs - T.B. Peel ||  ||  ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0117.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;117] || 1 || 11 || On road side. Strand Hotel Sundvollen || 4.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0117.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;117] || 2 || 12 || On road near Strand Hotel Sundvollen || 4.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0117.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;117] || 3 || 18 || Farm road along Lien Valley above Sundvollen || 4.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0117.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;117] || 4 || 19 || Farm road along Lien Valley above Sundvollen || 4.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0118.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;118] || 5 || 22 || From top of Kolsås || 5.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0118.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;118] || 6 || 24 || Rosendahl and party on top of Kolsås || 5.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0118.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;118] || 7 || 26 || Valley and fjord from top of Kolsås || 5.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0118.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;118] || 8 || 27 || Lien valley from top of Kolsås || 5.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
 
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0119.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;119] || 9 || 30 || Silver mine building. Saggrenda. Kongsberg || 6.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Opening address || John Ludden, Executive Director, BGS
 
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|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0119.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;119] || 10 || 31 || Party leaving Brevik for mineral isles || 7.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NstzDgR4fE About the BGS - 175 years of geoscience]||  
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0119.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;119] || 11 || 34 || Aroyl. Langersand fjord. Rhomb porphyry (Essexite type) and Syenite || 7.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Twenty-first century survey || Denis Peach, Chief Scientist, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0119.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;119] || 12 || 40 || Landing at Tofteholmen || 8.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Acuity, accuracy and application: from systematic geological mapping to responsive 3D+ surveys || Martin Smith, Head Geology & Landscape, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0120.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;120] || 13 || 41 || Fluvioglacial delta Jessheim || 9.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| From watercolour to web || Keith Westhead, Head Knowledge Exchange, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0120.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;120] || 14 || 43 || Keetle lake Jessheim || 9.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| '''Keynote''': Facing tomorrow’s challenges with integrated science || Marcia McNutt, Director, USGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0120.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;120] || 15 || 44 || Prof Holtedahl explains Hauerseter || 9.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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|'''Morning session B'''||
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0120.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;120] || 16 || 45 || Prof Holtedahl explains near Byrud near Mjosen || 9.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| OneGeology: improving access to geoscience globally || Ian Jackson, Chief of Operations, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0121.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;121] || 17 || 48 || Biri conglomerate. Brottum railway || 10.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| North American liaisons || Garth Earls, Director, GSNI
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0121.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;121] || 18 || 49 || Brottum roadside. Biri conglomerate || 10.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Arabian adventures: geological mapping and climate change in Arabia || Andrew Farrant, Geologist, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0121.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;121] || 19 || 52 || Ringsaker from Ringstadd Mjøsen || 10.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Groundwater animals: extending our understanding of biodiversity in the UK || Louise Maurice, Groundwater ecologist, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0121.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;121] || 20 || 55 || Hardangerjokulen from Finse Hotel || 12.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Life just got complicated || Dr Phil Wilby, Geologist, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0122.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;122] || 21 || 56 || Moraines at Finse || 12.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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|'''Afternoon session A'''||
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0122.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;122] || 22 || 57 || On the moraine. Finse || 12.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Predict or prepare: natural hazards and human disasters || David Kerridge, Head Earth Hazards & Systems, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0122.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;122] || 23 || 58 || Moraines and Esker. Finse || 12.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Groundwater, health and livelihoods in Africa || Alan MacDonald, Hydrogeologist, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0122.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;122] || 24 || 59 || On the glacier. Finse. || 12.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Marine exploration || Robert Gatliff, Head Marine Geoscience, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0123.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;123] || 25 || 61 || Glacier snout. Finse || 12.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Carbon capture and storage (CCS):demonstrating the concept || Andy Chadwick, Head CO2 Storage Research, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0123.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;123] || 26 || 65 || Group on mount. North West of Finse. || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Future energy: renewable energy dividends from our coal mining legacy || Diarmad Campbell, Chief Geologist, Scotland, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0123.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;123] || 27 || 66 || Group on mount. North West of Finse. || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
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| Keynote: The human planet || Iain Stewart, Professor of Geosciences, Communication, University of Plymouth
 
|-
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0123.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;123] || 28 || 68 || Hardangerjokulen from north side of railway || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| '''Afternoon session B'''||
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0124.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;124] || 29 || 70 || Pre-Cambrian peneplain on north of Finse, looking South East. || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
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| Malthus revisited? Population growth, environmental change and resource limits || Andrew Bloodworth, Head Minerals & Waste, BGS
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0124.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;124] || 104 || 71 || Foreground. Precambrian peneplain. Background. Siluria - Ordovician cliff. Looking West from Finse || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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| Looking forward to making predictions: BGS’s role in the next decade and beyond. || Andrew Hughes, Hydrogeologist, BGS
 
|-
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0124.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;124] || 31 || 72 || Junction Basal Cambrian conglomerate and Pre-Cambrian from level of peneplain || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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|'''Panel session'''||
 
|-
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0124.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;124] || 32 || 74 || Junction Basal Cambrian conglomerate and Pre-Cambrian from level of peneplain || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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|Featuring: Sir David Attenborough, Marcia McNutt (Director, USGS) Iain Stewart (Chair), Randy Parrish (Head of NIGL), Kathryn Goodenough (Geologist, BGS), Mike Ellis (Head of Climate Science, BGS).||
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0125.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;125] || 33 || 77 || Prof and Mrs Holtedahl. Finse. || 13.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||  
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|'''Closing remarks'''||
 
|-
 
|-
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0125.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;125] || 34 || 78 || Solstrand. Mica schists with quartz lenses and granodiorite injections || 14.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
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|Closing remarks by Jon Gluyas (BGS Board Chair), and BUFI poster prize presentation.||
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0125.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;125] || 35 || 80 || Os harbour near Bergen || 14.8.34 || 27.10.34 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0125.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;125] || 36 || 83 || Fanafjord from Fanafjell || 14.8.34 || 27.10,34 ||
 
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|  ||  ||  || Photographs - E Ranson ||  ||  ||
 
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|  ||  ||  || Yorkshire/Lancashire ||  ||  ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0127.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;127] || 1 ||  || In Winkley Hall grounds || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0127.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;127] || 2 ||  || Near Langho. Pool in Winkley Hall grounds || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0127.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;127] || 3 ||  || On the Ribble above Hacking ferry || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0127.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;127] || 4 ||  || Junction of Ribble and Hodder || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0128.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;128] || 5 ||  || Party on Milton Bridge. Yates boys, Ranson, Holt || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0128.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;128] || 6 ||  || Ribble from Milton Bridge || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0128.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;128] || 7 ||  || Lower Hodder. Cottage (Mrs Hurst) || 17.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0129.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;129] || 8 ||  || Whalley viaduct and abbey gate || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0129.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;129] || 9 ||  || Whalley church || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0129.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;129] || 10 ||  || The story of Elijah. Clerk Hill. (J.R. Howarth and WLT) || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0130.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;130] || 11 ||  || On Pendle Hill (J.R. and E. Osbaldistone) || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0130.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;130] || 12 ||  || On Pendle Hill (J.R. Howarth and WLT) || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0130.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;130] || 13 ||  || Pendle Hill "The Camp" || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0131.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;131] || 14 ||  || Pendle Hill "The Camp"EO. Lower portion || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0131.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;131] || 15 ||  || The Camp. Howarth as the missing link || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
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| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0131.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;131] || 16 ||  || Clitheroe quarry E.O. || 18.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0132.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;132] || 17 ||  || Settle. "The Folly".  (Ranson not present) || 28.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0132.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;132] || 18 ||  || Kirkby Lonsdale. Devils Bridge. (Ranson not present) || 28.6.22 || 3.7.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0134.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;134] || 19 ||  || Juniper valley. Young and Jackson || 16.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0133.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;133] || 20 ||  || Giggleswick Scar from Buckhaw Brow || 17.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0133.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;133] || 21 ||  || Austwick. Group at Game cock || 18.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0133.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;133] || 22 ||  || Ingleton. View on the Greta (cf 17.4.1.) || 18.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0134.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;134] || 23 ||  || Ingleton. Steps near slate quarry on Greta || 18.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0134.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;134] || 24 ||  || Thornton Force from bahind the fall || 18.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0135.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;135] || 25 ||  || Stream above Worston || 24.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0135.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;135] || 26 ||  || E.R. near Downton (Taken by Ranson) || 24.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0135.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;135] || 27 ||  || E.R. near Downton (Taken by Ranson) || 24.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0135.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;135] || 28 ||  || Me (Ranson) inspecting stone wall in Downton || 24.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0136.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;136] || 29 ||  || Near Rimmington. Me (Ranson) in lane || 24.9.22 || 4.10.22 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Wales ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0136.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;136] || 30 ||  || Llyn Dinas || 18.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0136.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;136] || 31 ||  || Llyn Gwynant || 18.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0137.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;137] || 32 ||  || Llyn Gwynant || 18.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0137.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;137] || 33 ||  || Llyn Gwynant || 18.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0137.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;137] || 34 ||  || Near Tan Lan. EO and me (Ranson) with camera || 18.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0138.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;138] || 35 ||  || Pont Pen-y-benglog and Rhaeadr (Welsh - waterfall) Ogwen || 20.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0138.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;138] || 36 ||  || Rhaeadr Ogwen and Tryfan || 20.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0138.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;138] || 37 ||  || ?Rhaeadr Ogwen || ?20.4.24 || 11.5.24 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - J Ranson ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Mixed ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0139.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;139] || 1 ||  || Saddleback  ||  || 14.6.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0140.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;140] || 2 ||  || Gordale Scar  ||  || 14.6.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0141.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;141] || 3 ||  || Shoulthwaite Gill (print reduced) ||  || 14.6.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0142.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;142] || 4 ||  || Tryfan from Devils Kitchen  ||  || 14.6.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0143.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;143] || 5 ||  || Filey Cliffs looking towards Brigg  ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0144.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;144] || 6 ||  || Saltwick Nab. Whitby  ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0145.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;145] || 7 ||  || The Doodles, Filey. Towards Scarborough ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0146.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;146] || 8 ||  || Glaslyn and Llyn Llydaw from Snowdon ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0147.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;147] || 9 ||  || Devils Kitchen ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0148.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;148] || 10 ||  || Llanberis Pass ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0149.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;149] || 11 ||  || Loch Leven from Loch Linnhe ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0150.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;150] || 12 ||  || Filey Cliffs (Print reduced) ||  || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0151.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;151] || 13 ||  || Grains Gill, Seathwaite Fell and Great End || -2.12 || 16.9.22 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Snowdonia ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0152.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;152] || 14 ||  || Columnar Rocks. Cwm Dyli, Snowdon || 18.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0152.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;152] || 15 ||  || Moel Scabod from Cwm Dyli || 18.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0153.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;153] || 16 ||  || Cwm Dyli and Snowdon || 18.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0153.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;153] || 17 ||  || Snowdon and Llyn Llydaw || 18.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0154.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;154] || 18 ||  || Llyn Teryn and Moel Scabod || 18.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0154.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;154] || 19 ||  || Llyn Idwal and Devils Kitchen || 20.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0155.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;155] || 20 ||  || Llyn Brochlwyd and Glyder Fach || 20.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0155.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;155] || 21 ||  || Llyn Brochlwyd, Y Garn etc || 20.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0156.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;156] || 22 ||  || Scree ascent to Glyder Fach || 20.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0156.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;156] || 23 ||  || Glyder Fach summit || 20.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0157.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;157] || 24 ||  || Borth-y-Gest and Moelwyn || 21.4.24 || 12.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || North Yorkshire ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0157.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;157] || 25 ||  || Douk Cave. Horton in Ribblesdale || 1.11.24 || 17.11.24 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0158.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;158] || 26 ||  || Malham. Party below Gordale Scar || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0158.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;158] || 27 ||  || Gordale Scar || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0159.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;159] || 28 ||  || Gordale Scar. Party || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0159.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;159] || 29 ||  || Malham Limestone Pavement || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0160.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;160] || 30 ||  || Malham Cove: Spring || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0160.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;160] || 31 ||  || Malham Cove || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0161.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;161] || 32 ||  || Malhan Cove || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0161.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;161] || 33 ||  || Malham Cove and Beck || 25.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0162.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;162] || 34 ||  || D.I. Carboniferous Limestone Pavement and Moughton Scar || 26.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0162.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;162] || 35 ||  || Pen-Y-Gent from Moughton Scar || 26.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0163.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;163] || 36 ||  || Ingleborough from Moughton Scar || 26.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0163.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;163] || 37 ||  || Whalley Banks. Millstones in Millstone Grit || 27.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0163.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;163] || 38 ||  || Rishton. Close Brow quarry. Haslingden Flags || 27.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0164.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;164] || 39 ||  || Rishton. Close Brow quarry. Terminal curvature due to N.W. ice sheet || 27.7.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Lancashire ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0164.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;164] || 40 ||  || River Dunsop below Middle Knoll || 3.8.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0164.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;164] || 41 ||  || Blackburn Waterworks. Middle Knoll and River Dunsop. Brennand valley to left || 3.8.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0164.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;164] || 42 ||  || Whitendale. Costy Clough. 30 inch Main || 3.8.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0165.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;165] || 43 ||  || Whitendale. Costy Clough intake || 3.8.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0165.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;165] || 44 ||  || Whitendale. Calf Clough intake. Pendle Grit on Bowland Shales || 3.8.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0165.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;165] || 45 ||  || Highfield, Slaidburn. Pendleside Limestone with Lithostrotion arachnoideum || 3.8.26 || 15.9.26 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Mixed ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0166.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;166] || 46 ||  || Settle. Catterick Force ||  || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0166.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;166] || 47 ||  || Giggleswick Scar and South Craven Fault ||  || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0166.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;166] || 48 ||  || Smelt Mill. Malham || 25.7.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0167.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;167] || 49 ||  || Whitendale in Bowland. Fells looking South Fells of Pendle Grit. || 3.8.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0167.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;167] || 50 ||  || Whitendale (Blackburn Waterworks) Screen? chamber Calf Clough || 3.8.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0167.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;167] || 51 ||  || Whitendale Calf Clough water intake and Bowland Shales (Eumorphoceras) pseudobilingue beds || 3.8.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0168.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;168] || 52 ||  || Ingleton Pecca Falls and gorge || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0168.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;168] || 53 ||  || Ingleton Pecca Falls and gorge || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0168.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;168] || 54 ||  || Pecca twin falls. Ingleton || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0168.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;168] || 55 ||  || Pecca fall. Ingleton || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0169.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;169] || 56 ||  || Pecca fall. Ingleton || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0169.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;169] || 57 ||  || Ingleton. Thornton Beck below Thornton Force || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0169.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;169] || 58 ||  || Thornton Force || 30.6.28 or 1.7.28 || 1.8.28 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0170.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;170] || 58 ||  || River Dunsop and Middle Knoll || ? || -3.3 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0170.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;170] || 59 ||  || River Dunsop and Bishops House || ? || -3.3 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0170.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;170] || 60 ||  || River Dunsop || ? || -3.3 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0171.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;171] || 61 ||  || Terrace on River Dunsop || ? || -3.3 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0171.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;171] || 61a ||  || Terrace on River Dunsop || ? || -3.3 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Isle of White ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0172.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;172] || 62 ||  || Isle of Wight. Shephards Chine || 25.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0172.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;172] || 63 ||  || Isle of Wight between Shepherds Chine and Atherfield Point || 25.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0172.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;172] || 64 ||  || Isle of Wight near Black Gang Chine (?Ladder Chine) Greensand || 25.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0172.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;172] || 65 ||  || Black Gang Chine || 25.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0173.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;173] || 66 ||  || Sandown Bay || 26.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0173.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;173] || 67 ||  || Sandown Bay. Greensand Cliff and rockfall || 26.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0173.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;173] || 68 ||  || Sandown Bay. Red cliff || 26.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0173.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;173] || 69 ||  || Sandown Bay. Bembridge Limestone || 26.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0174.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;174] || 70 ||  || Isle of Wight. Culver Cliff || ?26.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0174.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;174] || 71 ||  || Culver Cliff and White Cliff Bay.  || 27.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0174.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;174] || 72 ||  || White Cliff Bay. Tertiaries || 27.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0174.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;174] || 73 ||  || Culver Cliff (Close up) || 27.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0175.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;175] || 74 ||  || Wickham Bourne. Kent || 28.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0175.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;175] || 75 ||  || West Wickham. Dry quarry. Flooded at times by Wickham Bourne || 28.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0175.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;175] || 76 ||  || Tree on Keston Common || 28.5.31 || 5.9.31 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Mixed ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0176.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;176] || 77 ||  || Trough of Bowland || ? || 27.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0176.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;176] || 78 ||  || Trough of Bowland || ? || 27.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0176.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;176] || 79 ||  || Cheesewring. Dartmoor || ? || 27.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - W.J. Rose ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0177.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;177] || 1 ||  || Party at Larvik with Consul Nielson || 7.8.34 || 17.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0178.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;178] || 2 ||  || Landing on Tofteholmen || 8.8.34 || 17.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0178.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;178] || 3 ||  || Corals in Upper Ordovician Hegglandsdal || 14.8.34 || 17.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0178.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;178] || 4 ||  || From summit of Fenafjell || 14.8.34 || 17.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0178.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;178] || 5 ||  || Bergen Harbour from S.S. Venus || 16.8.34 || 17.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - Dr Halnor Rosendahl ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Lindhanger Sandvika Bed Oslo ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0179.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;179] || 1 || 52 || Sir A Kitson. Tofteholmen || 8.8.34 || 11.1.36 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0179.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;179] || 2 || 57 || Moss Station || 8.8.34 || 11.1.36 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0180.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;180] || 3 || 70 || Mjosa Ferry || 10.8.34 || 11.1.36 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0179.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;179] || 4 || 71 || Finse. Blaisen Glacier || 12.8.34 || 11.1.36 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0180.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;180] || 5 || 80 || Party near Finse || 13.8.34 || 11.1.36 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0180.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;180] || 6 || 87 || Party on top near Finse || 13.8.34 || 11.1.36 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - W.G. Shannon (Copied from whole plate prints for conversazione) || 7.11.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0181.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;181] || 1 ||  || Bjerkoy Oslofjord. Summer residences || 3.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0181.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;181] || 2 ||  || Mineral Islands from Kjortingen. Foreground of Ditroite and Larvikite || 7.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0181.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;181] || 3 ||  || Mesna Falls. Lillehammer || 10.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0182.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;182] || 4 ||  || Finse. Blaisen Glacier. Moraines, Palaeozoics and Schists || 12.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0182.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;182] || 5 ||  || Finse. Blaisen Glacier. Moraines,Nordre Kongsnut. Crevasse || 12.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0182.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;182] || 6 ||  || Finse. Hallingskeid ranges from above Sandadalen. Pre-Cambrian pavement erratics, Giants Steps, smoothed surfaces. || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || [Other good ones on loan. ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Mineral islands Arøy:Pegmatite cutting aegirite porphyry and rhomb porphyry || 7.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Rock injections near Sandandalen || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Oslo-Bergen express at Finse || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Moelo tillite near Moelo Station || 10.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Vikingship Bygdø || 3.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs A.G. Stenhouse ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0183.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;183] || 1 ||  || Loch Assynt and Quinag from West ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0184.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;184] || 2 ||  || Near Loch Assynt. Minor thrust plane in Limestone: Traligill ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0184.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;184] || 3 ||  || Oykell Bridge. Rodded Schists. || 4.8.29 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0185.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;185] || 4 ||  || G.A. group (?in Dunrobin Castle) || 8.29 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0185.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;185] || 5 || A8 || 2500m fault opposite Ildjernet Oslofjord || 3.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0185.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;185] || 6 || B3 || Bjerkø || 3.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0186.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;186] || 7 || B4 || Windmill at Bjerkø || 3.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0186.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;186] || 8 || B5 || Oslofjord. Yacht || 3.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0186.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;186] || 9 || E2 || Låven Island. Contact of pegmatite and dark porphyry || 7.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0187.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;187] || 10 || G7 || Foot of Mjøsen lake || 9.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0187.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;187] || 11 || G8 || Near Minnesund. Holtedahl demonstrating. || 9.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0187.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;187] || 12 || J6 || Bergheim from train || 12.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0188.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;188] || 13 || L2 || Finse. Terminal moraine of glacier || 12.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0188.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;188] || 14 || L7 || Finse. Terminal moraine of glacier || 12.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0188.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;188] || 15 || M1 || Crevasse. South of Finse || 12.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0188.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;188] || 16 || O4 || North of Finse. Basal Cambrian comglomerate over granite peneplain. || 13.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0189.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;189] || 17 || O8 || Near North of Finse. Northwards from hill || 13.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0189.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;189] || 18 || P1 || Near North of Finse. Rocking Stone || 13.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0189.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;189] || 19 || P3 || Finse. Prof and Fru Holtedahl || 13.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0190.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;190] || 20 || P6 || Solstrand Acid intrusions in Schist || 14.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0190.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;190] || 21 || P8 || Solstrand with acid intrusions in Schist || 14.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0190.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;190] || 22 || Q1 || Hegglandsdal, Coral limestone in Schist || 14.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0190.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;190] || 23 || R5 || Fløieu. Conglomerate with quartzite pebbles drawn out a yard long || 15.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0191.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;191] || 24 || R6 || Bergen. Kolderups on quay || 16.8.34 || 5.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - Lady Stiles ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0193.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;193] || 1 ||  || Finse lake and glacier || 12.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0193.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;193] || 2 ||  || Finse station. Mrs Trotter, Double, Rose, Eastwood, Read, Miss White, MIss Bruckshaw || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0194.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;194] || 3 ||  || Finse: Mrs Robertson, Double(?), Mrs Holtedahl, Lady Stiles (me), Dix, Campbell || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0194.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;194] || 4 ||  || Finse: Rose (1/2), Mrs Junner(?), Mrs Brown, Glynn Morris, Rosendahl, Mrs M. Macgregor. || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0195.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;195] || 5 ||  || Finse: Sampson, Manson, Lewis, Lady Stiles (me),Rosendahl, Miss King, Mrs Brown, Mrs Tomlinson || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0195.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;195] || 6 ||  || Finse:Stiles, Holtedahl, Glynn Morris. Stenhouse and Miss Stenhouse in background || 13.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0196.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;196] || 7 ||  || Bergen quay from S.S. Venus. M. MacGregor, Kvale, Kolderups, Miss Manson (?) on quay || 16.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0196.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;196] || 8 ||  || On S.S. Venus. Mrs Shannon, Lady Stiles (me), Brown || 16.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0197.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;197] || 9 ||  || On S.S. Venus. Trueman, Eastwood, Rose, Master Bromhead, Pringle, Woodland, Mrs Robertson, Mrs Shannon, Mrs Brown, Brown. || 16.8.34 ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0198.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;198] || 10 ||  || On S.S. Venus: Kerr, Kitson, A. Macgregor, Trueman, Miss Bruckshaw, Mrs Bromhead, Glynn Morris ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - Dr F.M. Trotter ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0199.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;199] || 1 ||  || Near Sundvollen. Silurian in road sectiom || 4.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0199.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;199] || 2 ||  || Kongsberg. River Lågen in spate from bridge || 6.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0199.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;199] || 3 ||  || Skien cliff of Pentamerus limestone. Silurian with dykes. The one on the right side - steps || 7.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0200.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;200] || 4 ||  || Skien Telemark museum. Party in grounds || 7.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0200.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;200] || 5 ||  || Finse. Hardanger glacier with frontal moraine material and mylonite of thrust plane passing up into horizontally bedded Hornblende gneiss || 12.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0200.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;200] || 6 ||  || Finse. Hardanger glacier and GA party || 12.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0200.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;200] || 7 ||  || Ulven. Party collecting fossils in silurian mica schists || 14.8.34 || 19.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - Professor A.E. Trueman ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0201.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;201] || 1 || I3 || West side of Nesodden Peninsula Oslofjord. Pre-Cambrian faulted against Cambro-Silurian || 3.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0201.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;201] || 2 || III2 || Fluvioglacial gravels. Eidanger || 7.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0201.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;201] || 3 || IV1 || Dyke of rhomb porphyry cutting Cambro- Silurian. Tofteholmen || 8.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0201.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;201] || 4 || IV4 || Jessheim. Marine fluvioglacial gravels || 9.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0202.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;202] || 5 || IV6 || Kettle lake North of Jessheim || 9.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0202.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;202] || 6 || IV7 || Ice contact slope. Hauerseter stage. North of Jessheim. || 9.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0202.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;202] || 7 || V1 || Gravels at South end of Mjøsen lake || 9.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0202.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;202] || 8 || V2 || South end of Mjøsen showing terrace || 9.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0203.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;203] || 9 || V5 || Supposed tillite in Sparagmite Series. Moelo || 10.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0203.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;203] || 10 || VI5 || Finse: PreCambrian peneplain with thrust Telemark granite forming scarp || 13.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0203.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;203] || 11 || VII3 || Above Finse. Cambrian phyllites on locally unaltered basal Cambrian comglomerate || 13.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0203.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;203] || 12 || VII4 || Above Finse. Cambrian phyllites on locally unaltered basal Cambrian comglomerate || 13.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0204.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;204] || 13 || VII7 || Sundvollen. Lenses of granodiorite in phyllites || 14.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0204.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;204] || 14 || VII8 || Eide (Hegglandsdal) Ordovician phyllites with fossils || 14.8.34 || 22.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0204.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;204] || 15 || VIII2 || Liavand. Pink pegmatite intruded into dark granite || 15.8.34 || 23.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0204.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;204] || 16 || VIII3 || Granite thrust over folded mica schist. Ludalsvei || 15.8.34 || 23.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0205.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;205] || 17 || VIII4 || Tectonic cave in Bergen || 15.8.34 || 23.9.34 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - L.G. Wilkins ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0207.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;207] || 1 ||  || First view of Norway. 4:30 am || 2.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0207.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;207] || 2 ||  || Mrs Tomlinson et al. S.S. Blenheim. 6am || 2.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0207.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;207] || 3 ||  || River in Kongsberg (?lake) || 6.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0207.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;207] || 4 ||  || Kongsberg trek. Forces divide || 6.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0208.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;208] || 5 ||  || Ra Moraine. Eidanger station || 7.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0208.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;208] || 6 ||  || Skien from Silurian quarry || 7.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0208.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;208] || 7 ||  || Leaving Holmestrand || 8.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0208.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;208] || 8 ||  || On boat after leaving Holmestrand || 8.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0209.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;209] || 9 ||  || Glacial grooving. Tofteholmen || 8.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0209.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;209] || 10 ||  || Glacial grooving. Toftetholmen and Menaite (Essexite) dyke || 8.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0209.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;209] || 11 ||  || Interglacial gravels where mammoth tusk found in front left corner. Jessheim || 9.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0209.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;209] || 12 ||  || From train under snow protection tunnel leaving Hallingskeid || 13.8.34 || 2.10.34 ||
 
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|  ||  ||  || Photographs - E.J. Wooff ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0211.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;211] || 1 ||  || Clitheroe quarry. GA party || 1.8.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0211.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;211] || 2 ||  || Black Hills Current-drift bedding || 27.7.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0212.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;212] || 3 ||  || Whitendale Calf Clough water intake || 3.8.26 || 29.12.26 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0212.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;212] || 4 ||  || ?Road to Skelwith. Howarth and self (E.J. Wooff) || ?2.1.31 || 13.2.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0213.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;213] || 5 ||  || EJ and L Wooff. Coniston slate quarry || 4.1.31 || 13.2.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0213.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;213] || 6 ||  || Coniston slate quarry. EJ Wooff (Self) || 4.1.31 || 13.2.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0213.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;213] || 7 ||  || Walney Scar. EJ Wooff (Self) || 5.1.31 || 13.2.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0213.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;213] || 8 ||  || Trough of Bowland || 21.2.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0214.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;214] || 9 ||  || Ironbridge. The bridge || 4.4.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0214.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;214] || 10 ||  || ?Buildwas Michelson and Robinson || ?4.4.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0214.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;214] || 11 ||  || ?Broseley. J Ransom and party || ?4.4.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0214.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;214] || 12 ||  || GA Party || ?6.4.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0215.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;215] || 13 ||  || GA Party || ?6.4.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0215.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;215] || 14 ||  || GA party ?In Wrekin || ?7.4.31 || 16.5.31 ||
 
|-
 
|  ||  ||  || Photographs - R.N. Yeates ||  ||  ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0217.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;217] || 1 ||  || Mrs Shannon and Mrs Tomlinson . S.S. Blenheim || 2.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0217.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;217] || 2 ||  || Oslofjord || 3.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0217.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;217] || 3 ||  || River. Lågan at Kongsberg || 6.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0217.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;217] || 4 ||  || Party at Farris Bad || 7.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0218.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;218] || 5 ||  || Holtedahl, Stenhouse etc. Holmestrand boat || 8.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0218.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;218] || 6 ||  || Hardangerjokull. Finse || 12.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0218.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;218] || 7 ||  || Holtedahl, Fru Holtedahl and Rosendahl Finse station || 13.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0218.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;218] || 8 ||  || Holtedahl, Fru Holtedahl Finse station || 13.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0219.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;219] || 9 ||  || A wayside halt. Road to Asker || 4.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0219.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;219] || 10 ||  || View of lake || ? || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0219.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;219] || 11 ||  || Hay drying View across Holsfjord || 4.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
|-
 
| [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=GA150#v=d&z=2&n=5&i=GA150_0214.jp2&y=366&x=358 Page&nbsp;214] || 12 ||  || Mjosen ferry || 10.8.34 || 10.10.34 ||
 
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|  ||  ||  || Photo - Miscellaneous ||  ||  ||
 
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|  || 371 ||  || GA party at geological museum Oslo. By "Apten Fosten" Left to right: Brown, Lewis, Bruckshaw, Byrne, Wilkins, White, Shannon, Howes-Switt, Miss Stenhouse,Yeates, Raw, Shannon, Turner, Pringle, Kerr, Mrs Trotter, Double, Trotter, Stiles, Woodland, Morris, CApbell, Dix, Størmen, Will Rose, Brown, Hobley, Kitson, Morris, Holtedahl, Read, Simpson, Wilcockson, Boswell, Eastwood, Trueman, Howarth, Colebrook, Robertson, Stenhouse, AG Macgregor, Malcom Macgregor, Templeman, Mawson, W.G. Rose, Gilson, Mrs Malcolm, MacGregor, Dingwall, Hollingworth, King, Stiles, Tomlinson ||  ||  ||
 
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|  || 372 ||  || GA party at Berghaus Museum, Bergen. By "Bergens Tidende". Left to right: Malcom MacGregor, Stiles, Stiles, Miss Malcom Macgregor, Brown, Stenhouse, Miss Stenhouse, AG Macgregor, Byrne, Read, Pringle, Campbell, Double, Boswell, Mrs Eastwood, King, Trueman, Eastwood, Templeman, Hollingworth, Bruckshaw, White, ?, Moss, Kolderup Junior, Howes Smith, Peel, Wilcockson, Read, Roberston, Morris, Gibson, Colebrook, Dingwall, Miss Mouson, Mrs Hobley, Kitson, Mrs Junner, Kell, Shannon, Hobley, Junner, Kolderup Senior, Simpson, Mrs Shannon, Wilkins, Lewis, Howarth, Dix, Tomlinson, Trotter, Will, Rose, Yeates, Kvale, Bower, Mrs Trotter, Mrs Kolderup Senior, Miss Jarghus, Kolderup Senior ||  ||  ||  
 
 
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[[File:Edward Greenly.png|thumb|Edward Greenly]]
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== Edward Greenly (1861–1951) ==
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Cofir am [[Edward Greenly D.Sc.|Edward Greenly]] yn bennaf am ei arolwg daearegol o Ynys Môn, gwaith y bu wrthi am bron pum mlynedd ar hugain o’i fywyd.
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Image caption: Edward Greenly. Llun trwy garedigrwydd Terry Williams
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== Edward Greenly (1861–1951) ==
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Campwaith pennaf [[Edward Greenly D.Sc.|Edward Greenly]] oedd cwblhau arolwg daearegol manwl o Ynys Môn. Cyhoeddwyd ''The Geology of Anglesey'' ([http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=B01782 Volume 1] and [http://pubs.bgs.ac.uk/publications.html?pubID=B06824 Volume 2]) mewn dwy gyfrol yn 1919 ac yna yn 1920 fap daearegol ar y raddfa un fodfedd i’r filltir. Er bod rhannau o’r gwaith wedi’u diweddaru yn ystod y degawdau dilynol, erys ei astudiaeth yn glasur o fri rhyngwladol.
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=== Mapio Môn ===
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Wrth fapio ynys Môn, gwnaeth Greenly ddefnydd mawr o syniadau tectonig a ddatblygodd wrth iddo fynd i’r afael â gwaith maes cynharach yn Ucheldiroedd yr Alban. Roedd tair prif broblem yn ei wynebu: prinder brigiadau da, yn enwedig mewn ardaloedd mewndirol allweddol bwysig; presenoldeb creigiau gorchuddiol clytiog yn cuddio yn aml y baslawr Cyn-Gambriaidd hŷn; a phresenoldeb toriadau tectonig megis ffawtiau a chylchfaoedd croesrym a oedd yn aml yn rhwystro’r gwaith o gydberthyn gwahanol ddilyniannau o greigiau. Chwaraeodd ei wraig Annie Greenly (Barnard gynt), a oedd yn rhannu ei ddiddordeb mewn daeareg a diwinyddiaeth, rôl hollbwysig drwy baratoi’r mynegai i’w gyfrol.
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Ganed Greenly ym Mryste ac fe’i haddysgwyd yng Ngholeg Clifton. Bu’n fyfyriwr yng Ngholeg y Brifysgol, Llundain, cyn ymuno â’r Arolwg Daearegol yn 1889. Yn gyntaf, bu gofyn iddo baratoi arolwg o Ucheldiroedd gogledd-orllewin yr Alban. Daeth yn ffrind agos ac yn gydweithiwr i [[Benjamin Neeve Peach - biographical information|Ben Peach]] yr oedd ei archwiliadau wedi bod yn gyfrwng i ddatrys adeiledd cymhleth yr Alban (gan gynnwys adnabod a sylweddoli arwyddocâd Gwthiad Moine). Rhoddodd Greenly y gorau i’w waith gyda’r Arolwg yn 1895 er mwyn iddo, o’i ben a’i bastwn ei hun. roi cychwyn ar ei arolwg o Ynys Môn.
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=== Cyfraniadau pwysig i ddaeareg ===
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Yn gydnabyddiaeth am ei gyfraniadau pwysig i ddaeareg, cafodd Edward Greenly ei dderbyn yn aelod er anrhydedd o gymdeithasau daearegol Caeredin a Lerpwl, a Chymdeithas Hynafiaethwyr Môn. Dyfarnwyd iddo Fedal Lyell, fawr ei bri, y Gymdeithas Ddaearegol yn 1920, medal Cymdeithas Ddaearegol Lerpwl yn 1933 a doethuriaeth er anrhydedd Prifysgol Cymru yn 1920.
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Ar y cyd â Howel Williams, cyhoeddodd [[Edward Greenly D.Sc.|Greenly]] ''Methods of Geological Surveying'' yn 1930 a’i hunangofiant ''A Hand through Time: Memories Romantic'' and ''Geological'' a ymddangosodd yn 1938. Bu farw ym Mangor yn 1951 ac yn briodol iawn fe’i claddwyd ym mynwent Llangristiolus, Ynys Môn. Mae ei fedd wedi’i gyfnodi’n Safle Geoamrywiaeth o Bwysigrwydd Rhanbarthol (RIGS).
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=Geologists' Association photograph albums [Green bound]=
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These two key albums of the GA focus on photographs of members.
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The first volume contains portraits of early GA members and then photographs of individuals or groups of members taken on GA field excursions 1922–1977.
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The second volume contains photographs of individuals or groups of members taken on GA field excursions 1979 to 1996.
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==Geologists' Association photograph album [Green bound No. 1]==
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Henry Dewey was Assistant Director of the Geological Survey. He was a pioneer and authority on Palaeolithic Man, and authority on the West of England, especially Cornish mining. President 1924–26. Received Stopes Medal in 1958.
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E.T. Newton F.R.S. Palaeontologist at Geological Survey, Jermyn Street. Authority on fossil vertebrates. President 1896–98.
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Dr A.J. Bull.was an authority on photography, and applied this to the photographs in the Proceedings. President from 1926–28, and Chairman of the Weald Research Committee from 1923 until his death in 1950.
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=== Page 1 ===
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Professor H.L. Hawkins F.R.S. was an authority on fossil Echinoids. He was Professor of Geology at the University of Reading. President from 1938–40.
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John Pickering served on committee in 1859, Vice-President from 1860 to 1866. The first specialist in Qaternary non-marine mollusca.
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Charles Davies Sherborne was a professional natural history bibliographer. His greatest work was the "Index Animalium", an index to all recent and fossil genera and species from 1758 to 1850. He was secretary of the Association from 1889–97, and received the Foulerton Award in 1922.
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Charles[Charles Davies Sherborne] in the geological excursion days (aged about twenty-five).
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Charles [Charles Davies Sherborne] aged 32.
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Squire in his corner at the Museum (Aged seventy-four) [Charles Davies Sherborne]
  
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Sir Edward Harrison Kt. has continued the work on: Eoliths and Kentish geology and archeology, begun by his father Benjamin Harrison. He was Vice President of the Association from 1933–35.
  
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Arthur Wrigley Feb. 1948. Arthur Wrigley was a specialist in study of Tertiary Mollusca and fossil annelids. Contributed numerous papers to the Proceedings. Received Foulerton Award in 1927, and was a Council member and Vice-President.
  
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Miss G.M. Bauer has worked unceasingly for the Midland Group and was given the Foulerton Award in 1924.
  
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Dr. E.E.L. Dixon, who joined in 1897, is noted for his work on the Palaeozoic rocks of South Wales. Foulerton Award recipient 1939.
  
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Dr. L.R. Cox President 1954–56.
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E. Ernest Brown. He devoted much of his life to working for the Association. He was Secretary from 1925–37, President 1948–50. Received Foulerton Award 1941.
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G.S. Sweeting. Editor 1932–46. Editor of The History of the Geologists' Association. Received Foulerton Award 1951.
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Professor David Williams. President 1958–1960.
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Horace Bolingbroke Woodward
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Professor A. Morley Davies was one of our most senior members. He was President of our Association from 1928–30, Editor from 1893–6. He was always a keen supporter of the Association, conducting many field meetings from 1895–1949 and publishing a wealth of papers.
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P.D. Stebbing, Who joined in 1893, has contributed papers to the Proceedings, led field meetings and was President from 1940–42.
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Dr. A.J. Bull of Bolt Court, died 15<sup> </sup>April 1950.
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Emil Montag, who joined in 1897,was given the Foulerton Award in 1943.He has organised many foreign field meetings and acted as interpreter.
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Miss Rosalie N. Yeates was Honorary Librarian from 1924–32. She received the Foulerton Award in 1935.
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A.G. Davis contributed a large number of papers to the Proceedings and led many field meetings. He was an authority on Tertiary and Pleistocene palaeontology and fossil microzoa. Palaeontologist to British Petroleum Company. Foulerton Award 1928.
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A.S. Kennard. was an eminent authority on Quaternary and Recent non-marine mollusca, and Pleistocene palaeontology. President 1944–46. First recipient of the Stopes Medal 1946.
== A ==
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Clement Reid
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=== Page 8 ===
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Professor H.L. Hawkins, Okus quarries, Swindon, Wilts., 1923.
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Dr. W.J. Arkell 1937.
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Dr. W.J. Arkell 1937.
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Professor H.L. Hawkins 1937.
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The G.A.at Keston Kent April 1927.
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Professor W.W. Watts at Crayford. 1931.
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Field Meeting to Oxford 1926.
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A.L. Leach, April 1943, aged 73.
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=== Page 9 ===
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Dr. C.W. Andrews, F.R.S., Curator of Fossil Mammals in the British Museum (Natural History), during the museum' s official excavation of the skeleton of a straight-tusked elephant at Upnor near Chatham, Kent, Autumn,1913. Andrews was noted for his work on Tertiary mammals from the Fayum, Egypt. Photo. donated by Dr. A.J. Sutcliffe, 24.5.1979.
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Sir Antonio Brady, Kt.,J.P., F.G.S., of Maryland Point, Stratford, Essex, c. 1875.
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Pioneer collector of Pleistocene mammalian remains from the brickearths of Ilford, Essex, for a long period in last century. His very large collection is in the British Museum (Natural History). Photo donated by Dr. A.J. Sutcliffe, 24.5.1979.
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=== Page 10 ===
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Miss M.S. Johnston for many years collected invaluable material for the Photographic albums of the Association. She was Illustrations Secretary 1910–25, and a Vice-President 1931–2.
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Simeon Priest carried out considerable field work in the Midlands, Hertfordshire, and Kent. He was Curator of Dartford Borough Museum 1934–54. Foulerton Award 1926.Numerous papers in our Proceedings.
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E.C. Martin contributed papers to the Proceedings and led field meetings. Was a Council member from 1934–53, Treasurer from 1935–48 and Vice-President 1949–50. Also a Trustee and received Foulerton Award in 1952.
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Mr Henry Dewey (holding map). Taken at Grimspound, Dartmoor 1953.
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=== Page 11 ===
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Field meeting to Newcastle July 1931, party at Nenthead, an old mine edit. Showing E.P. Nicholson extreme left and Dr. Dix left of group at rock face. (H.D. Hewitt photo)
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Field meeting to Glendun River, Nr. Oushendun, Co. Antrim. I975. (H. Dixon Hewitt photo)
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Excursion to Girvan 1932, party at Glen App (Graywacke section). Dr. Pringle right facing, Miss Illington centre, near bus facing, Nicholson extreme left (white hat) (H.D. Hewitt photo)
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Ulster meeting 17th. August 1935, party at Brough Derg Burn, Co. Tyrone. (H.D. Hewitt photo)
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G.A. Excursion to Dartford Heath, 1931. Pres. by E.E. Brown.
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Midland Group field meeting to Dudley, circa 1975. Showing from left to right, Mr. Willetts, H.M. Sale, Miss Lund and Miss Bauer. (presented by Miss Bauer)
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=== Page 12 ===
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Ulster meeting 17th. August 1935. Lough Fea. Back row: Dr. Mitchell, Tomkeieff,?, Fleet, ?, ?, Hobley, McCallien?,?, Davison, Measures?, Champion, Carruthers, Sanger. Second Row, Mrs. Robley (half face only), Mrs. Fleet; Mrs. Russell?, Miss Yeates, Mrs Brown, E.E.S. Brown, Charlesworth. Third Row. (sitting) Mrs Burton, Russel,?, Miss Hackney, Stenhouse, ?, Mrs. Upton?, Reynolds, ?, Mrs. Reynolds. Front Row. Miss E. White, Miss Carrol,?, Raw, Miss Dix, L.R. Cox, Lloyd, Miss Paynter, Shelford, Miss Brown, Temperley, ?, Richey, (R.D. Hewitt photo)
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Charnwood Forest Excursion, 27th. September 1936. Professor W.W. Watts searching for the 4ft.6ins volcanic bomb. (M.A. Arber photo)
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Aberystwyth Excursion August 8th 1975. Professor O.T. Jones (centre, discoursing) Prof. Whittard (back view in dark jacket) Miss E. White (in white beret). Miss E. Dix (dark head) Mr. E.J. Pegg and Miss Pegg (both back view). (Miss M.A. Arber photo)
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Field meeting to Newhurst Quarry, Charnwood. September 1976. Professor W.W. Watts on right. (Miss M.A. Arber photo)
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Professor Watts' Excursion to Charnwood 1936. Dr. Matley. 2. Mr. Bower. 3. Miss Harvey. 4 G.S. Sweeting. 5. Dr. E. Dix. 6. Prof. W.W. Watts. 7. Mr. McIntyre. 8. Mr. Gregory. 9. Miss G.M. Bauer. 10. Msr. Fearnsides. 2. Mrs Martin. 17. Miss E. White. 22. R.W. Stott. 25. Dr. K.P. Oakley. (E.C. Martin photo)
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=== Page 13 ===
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Field Meeting to Appleby, Westmoreland. August 1936. Party outside Bongate Hall Hotel, Appleby. Front row Right to left, Prof. W.B.R. King. D.F.W. Baden Powell. E.E.S. Brown. Middle row sixth from right, Dr. E. Dix. (H.D. Hewit photo)
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=== Page 14 ===
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G.A. Excursion to Stable Tor Dartmoor in 1922. Led by R.L. Sherlock. Showing Sir Frank Dixey, J. Wynfield Rhodes, W.C. Sargent (with a beard), R. Dixon Hewitt, Miss M.H. Hendricks. Photograph taken by Dr. A.J. Bull and presented by J. Wynfield Rhodes.
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=== Page 15 ===
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Kettering Excursion June 13th. I937. Mr. Linsdall Richardson (hatless). (M.A. Arber photo)
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Pwllheli and Lleyn Meeting September 1938. Party at Carn Fadryn Summit Dr. Matley in front, with E.E.S. Brown behind him. ( H.D. Hewit photo.)
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Welling and Codicote Meeting. June 1937. Miss E. White (Field Meeting Secretary) booking an arrangement with J.N. Emery. (Miss M.A. Arber photo)
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Pwllheli and Lleyn Meeting. September 1938. Extreme right J.R. Shelford, extreme left E.E.S. Brown. Miss Harvey with hammer centre. (H.D. Hewit photo)
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Dumfries Meeting 6th. August 1937. Professor Fearnsides right, E.P. Nicholson left. (H.D. Hewit photo)
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=== Page 16 ===
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Field Meeting to Wateringbury and Mereworth, 21st. Hay 1939. Party at Pizens Well quarry. On Bank. Left to right, G.V. Himus, E.E.S. Brown (Director), Mollie M. Brown, E. C. Martin, Alan Wood. Foreground. Dr. J.F. Kirkaldy , –, Mrs. Brown, F. Gosling (sitting).
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Professor A. Morley Davies and Dr. Emily Dix on the Rhone Valley field meeting, Easter 1936. Professor Roman photo.
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=== Page 17 ===
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T. Barnard with E.E.S. Brown on the Whitsun Excursion to Lyme Regis. 1948.
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A.J. Bull and H. Schaetti at Tilburstow Hill, Surrey. August 1948.
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A.J. Bull and H. Schaetti at Tilburstow Hill, Surrey. August 1948.
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The Merteratch Glacier near Pontresina.
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G.A. Field Meeting to Ivinghoe and Tring 7th May 1946. Showing left to right, E.E.S. Brown, Percy Evans and Professor A. Morley Davies.
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A.L. Leach at Tenby. May 1945.
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A.J. Bull arrives at Kleine Scheidegg. August 1949.
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=== Page 18 ===
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"Coral Reef" Meeting September 27th–29th 1939. Lye Hill quarry, near Oxford. Back left Dr. K.P. Oakley, right Dr. W.J. Arkell, Front, Dorothy Hill (all three Directors of the Meeting, with A. Templeman (back view) (M.A. Arber photo)
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Green Park, May 1949. Dr. W.J. Arkell centre. (Dr G.W. Himus photo)
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E.E.S. Brown taken on the Chesterfield, Derby Excursion 1949.
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Excursion to Bognor Regis and Bracklesham. Party at Lavant, Sussex, May 22nd 1948. 2. A.G. Bell 6. A.G. Wrigley. 8. A.H. Ridout. 9. H.D. Hewit. 3. J.H. Williams, 13. F.C. Stinton. 16. D. Curry. 19. Mrs. Bell. 10 Dr. Dunger (Pres. by E.M. Venables)
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Field meeting to Cheltenham 1949. 2. Dr. L.R. Cox. 3. Dr. J.F. Kirkaldy. 4. Dr. A.J. Bull. 6. Dr. T. Barnard. 7. Miss R.N. Yeates.  9. Mrs. E.E.S. Brown. 14. Mr. E.E.S. Brown. 16. Prof. Sylvester-Bradley. 17. Miss Hilda Cox. 18. B. Worssam. J. Myers
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=== Page 19 ===
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Field Meeting to Skye 1951. 3. Dr. J.F. Schairer. 4. Professor E. Lehmann. 6. W.G. Hardie. 2. Dr. D. Flynn. 9. Dr. M.K. Wells. 10. Professor L.R. Wager. (G.N. Rose photo)
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G.A. Field Meeting to Isle of Sheppey 1951. Back row: Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson (extreme right), G.F. Elliott (fourth from right) behind him J.N. Carreck. Front row: W.N. Edwards (second from left) Miss P. Brown (third from left), Mrs. A.G. Davis (second from right), behind her A.G. Davis. (M.W. Carreck photo)
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=== Page 20 ===
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Grace K. Bauer on the Hereford Excursion May 1954.
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Miss Grace M. Bauer taken just after her 80th. birthday, Summer 1958.
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Sarsen Field Meeting to Aylesbury, led by Professor A. Morley Davies. 1954–6. Showing Miss E. Andrews, Dr. L.R. Cox, Prof. A. Morley Davies, Dr. F.H. Moore. S.A. Best photo.
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=== Page 21 ===
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Ernest and Nellie Brown in Rio during the last war.
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G.A. Excursion to the New Maidstone Bypass. April 1959. Dr. R. Casey on mound explaining the Gault.A pouring wet day from start to finish. This was E.E.S. Brown's last G.A. Excursion.
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E.S. Brown in the 1920s with [unknown].
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G.A. Excursion to Matlock 1953. Extreme left Mrs Brown. centre Dr. G.W. Himus, S.E. Ellis to his right. to his right.
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G.A. Excursion to Matlock 1951
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=== Page 22 ===
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GA Party on beach near Charmouth August 1955. Dr. Beer, Dr. W.E. Smith, Dr. D.V. Ager, Dr. L. Cox, Dr. J.J. Veevers, K. Evans, Dr. L.R. Moor, Dr. D.J. Shearman.
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GA Sanatorium Quarry, Leckhampton Hill, Cotswolds June 1945. Dr. L.R. Cox, Dr. G.W. Himus, Mrs. R.E. Ager, Mrs. Cox.
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=== Page 23 ===
  
[[Thomas Adams|Adams, Thomas]]
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G.A. Field Meeting to Abbey Wood Spring 1955. Front row: left to right, Dr. L.N. Cox, Master Stephen Epps, Mr. F.J. Epps, Mr. J.N. Carreck. (M.W. Carreck photo)
  
[[James Knox Allan|Allan, James Knox]]
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Field Meeting to Northampton. 1955.
  
[[Henry Attwool Allen|Allen, Henry Attwool]]
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Digging out an elephant tusk at Aylesford, Kent. September 1955. From left, standing, Mrs. J.N. Carreck, Dr. M.P. Kerney, Mr. T. Harris, Mr. J.N. Carreck (crouching), Mr. Goodfellow standing second from right, extreme right Mr. J.F. Wyley. (H.N. Wright photo).
  
[[Ernest Masson Anderson M.A., B.Sc. (Edinburgh)|Anderson, Ernest Masson]]
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G.A. Field Meeting to Aylesford Kent, September 1955. Extreme right Mr. Goodfellow third from right J.N. Carreck, extreme left J.F. Wyley. (H.N. Wright photo)
  
[[Frederick William Anderson Dr.|Anderson, Frederick William]]
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=== Page 24 ===
  
[[William Anderson|Anderson, William]]
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Field Meeting to Barrington near Cambridge, July I956. Group of three standing at right, Dr. J.F. Hayward (Left of group), Mr. B.W. Sparks, Dr. R.G. West. (Pres. by Dr. J.F. Hayward) 
  
[[George Edward Andrews|Andrews, George Edward]]
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Excursion to gypsum mine at Mountfield Sussex, July 1955. Dr. L.R. Cox third from right, Dr. J.F. Kirkaldy behind him, Prof. P. Allen fourth from left. (Mrs. D.M. Weaver photo).
  
[[William Talbot Aveline|Aveline, William Talbot]]
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G.A. Excursion to gypsum mine at Mountfield Sussex July 1955. Professor P. Allen (with lamp on helmet) H. Dixen Hewit (without overalls), L.R. Cox (front left), J.P.D. Smith (front row right), also present R.D. Walshaw, A.H.C. Khan, K. Evans, F. Yeo, and Mr. Barber. (D.M. Weaver).
  
== B ==
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GA Field Meeting to Dartford Heath, September 1956. Led by J.N. Carreck. 2.A.G. Bell. 3. Mrs B. Wymer. 4. Mr. B. Wymer. 6. Mrs A.G. Bell. 7. M.P. Kerney. 8. Miss Stone. 10. Miss Freed. 12. Miss E. Midgeley. 13. D. Garrod. 15. C.E. Everard. 17. J.P. Carreck. 18. D.V. Watkins.  19. J. Docherty. 20. J.H. Kaser. (M.W. Carreck photo)
  
[[George Barrow|Barrow, George]]
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=== Page 25 ===
  
[[Hilary Bauerman|Bauerman, Hilary]]
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Ham Hill, near Rochester Kent. 1954. Left to right, J.N. Carreck, M.P. Kerney, A.G. Davis. At cutting in Early Holocene peats and shell marls of the River Medway. (M.W. Carreck photo)
  
[[Francis James Bennett|Bennett, Francis James]]
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The Abbé Breuil near site of the new skull fragment (right parietal) of Swanscombe Man, Barnfield Pit, September 1955. (L. Wymer photo)
  
[[James Bennie|Bennie, James]]
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Mr.A.T. Marston at Barnfield Pit, Swanscombe, July 1955. (Mrs. L. Wymer photo)
  
[[Edward Best|Best, Edward]]
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A.E. Rixon giving treatment to right parietal of Swanscombe skull at the British Museum. Watched by B. Wymer. August 4th. 1955. (Associated Newspapers Ltd.)
  
[[T.C. Bishopp|Bishopp, T.C.]]
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G.A. Field Meeting, Holborough Pit, Snodland, Kent. May 1955. Dr. K.P. Oakley (right), back & leg of Mr. A.G. Davis, Dr. L.R. Cox (facing), Mr. H.M. Montford (side view), Major J.P.T. Burchell (back view). (M.W. Carreck photo)
  
[[John Hopwood Blake Assoc. M Inst. C.E., F.G.S.|Blake, John Hopwood]]
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=== Page 26 ===
  
[[John Blakely|Blakely, John]]
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Inaugural Meeting of the Jamaica Group of the Geologists' Association. October 7th. 1955. Dr. L.J. Chubb addressing the meeting. Others at the head table from right are Dr. Bryn Davies, Prof. V.A. Zans, Mr. R. Elliot and Mrs. Chubb. On Dr. Chubb's right is Mr. J. Williams and. Mr. M.B. Scott second from left.
  
[[Charles R. Bone|Bone, Charles R.]]
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=== Page 27 ===
  
[[Thomas Owen Bosworth M.A., D.Sc., F.G.S.|Bosworth, Thomas Owen]]
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Annual Reunion of North Staffordshire Group of the G.A. Held in Geology Dept. Keele. October 1957. From right. T.S. Purcell (Hon. Sec.) P.S. Keeling (Chairman) Prof. F.W. Cope, J. Myers (Founder of group). Photo Staffordshire Sentinel.
  
[[J. Brewer|Brewer, J.]]
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GA Excursion to the Lake District 1956. On Carrock Hill. S.E. Hollingworth (with pipe back row, M.K. Wells, T.C. Nicholas (white hair examining lunch. Now 100 years old & senior Fellow of Trinity College, my wife to his right.
  
[[Henry William Bristow|Bristow, Henry William]]
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=== Page 28 ===
  
[[Cyril Edward Nowill Bromehead|Bromehead, Cyril Edward Nowill]]
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Austria Field Meeting 1957. Party at Limnological Station , Lunz am Sec. Second from left, Dr. Hancock. 4th. from right, Mrs. Ainsley. (B. Ainsley photo)
  
[[Stevenson Buchan|Buchan, Stevenson]]
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Austria Field Meeting 1957. Party at Peat Bog, Lunz am Sec. (B. Ainsley photo)
  
[[George Alexander Burnett|Burnett, George Alexander]]
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Austria Field Meeting 1957. Looking East near Brenner Station. Showing left to right, Mr. Maber, Prof. Bostrom, Dr. Collins, Dr. Hallamond, Dr. Cox, Dr. Stonely, Dr. Ager, Mrs Stonely. (B. Ainsley photo)
  
[[David Burns|Burns, David]]
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G.A. Field Meeting to Jersey April 1956. Party at Bonne Nuit Bay Jersey. Showing left to right Henson, A.J. Robinson, A.C. Bishop, A.K. Wells, Miss D.E. Wisden.
  
[[Arthur James Butler|Butler, Arthur James]]
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Party at Mont Orqueil, showing Micia Casimir centre group, ?, A.C. Bishop, Henson, A.K. Wells, Lord Energlyn.
  
== C ==
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Party climbing cliff at E. side of Giffard Bay Jersey. Showing extreme left A.J. Robinson centre A.C. Bishop. Micia Casimir end of line.
  
[[Henry Moubray Cadell J.P., D.L., B.Sc., F.R.S.E., F.S.A.Scot., V.D.|Cadell, Henry Moubray]]
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Photos presented by Dr. Mourant.
  
[[Alan Charles Grant Cameron|Cameron, Alan Charles Grant]]
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=== Page 29 ===
  
[[C.R. Campbell|Campbell, C.R.]]
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Field meeting to Welsh Borderland, August 2–9th 1958.Party seen in quarry on Old Ludlow Road, Leintwardine. Showing Dr. J.D. Lawson, A.J. Butler, T.C. Nicholas and Mr.& Mrs. Welch. H.N. Wright photo.
  
[[Thomas Crosbee Cantrill|Cantrill, Thomas Crosbee]]
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Field Meeting to Welsh Borderland, 2–9th August 1958. Party at Church Hill, Leintwardine. Extreme right Mrs C. Welch, 3rd from right J.H.M. Whitaker (Director) (H.N. Wright photo)   
  
[[F. Maxwell Carroll|Carroll, F. Maxwell]]
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Collecting on the landslip, Whitecliff, near Ludlow. August 1958. Showing Dr. L.D. Lawson, Mr.W.D.I. Rolfe. (Mr. H.N. Wright photo)
  
[[Robert George Carruthers|Carruthers, Robert George]]
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Meeting to Welsh Borderland, August I958.From left, 2nd H.N. Wright, 3rd D.V. Watkins, 4th from right A.C.G .Best. 9th from right Prof. C.H. Holland. (Mrs. C.B. Weloh photo)
  
[[Charles Panzetta Chatwin|Chatwin, Charles Panzetta]]
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Field Meeting to Welsh Borderland, 2–9th August 1958. Party in roadside quarry near Mary Knowl Ludlow. (H.N. Wright photo)
  
[[Richard Clark|Clark, Richard]]
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Whitsun field meeting to the Weymouth district, Dorset<sub>t </sub>in 1959. Party on the Fleet shore near Langton Herring, including J.F. Wyley, J.N. Carreck (director), Dr. F.H. Moore, H.M. Montford, J.E. Higginbottom and Mrs. J.N. Carreck (secretary).
  
[[Charles Thomas Clough M.A., LL.D., F.G.S., F.R.S.E.|Clough, Charles Thomas]]
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=== Page 30 ===
  
[[Alexander Colvin|Colvin, Alexander]]
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GA Field meeting Austria 1957. Top of Stubnerkogel. Dr. Coll??, Prof. Whittington, Dr. Hallimond. Dr. J.M. Hancock, Dr. Martin, Mr. N.L. Falcon
  
[[Fred Wolverston Cope|Cope, Fred Wolverston]]
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GA Field meeting Austria 1957. Summit of Stubnerkogel. Dr. P.E. Kent on left. Dr. A. Ruttner on right.
  
[[J. Cotton|Cotton, J.]]
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Photographs Presented By Prof. D.V. Ager.
  
[[William Hick Couper|Couper, William Hick]]
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=== Page 31 ===
  
[[James Craik|Craik, James]]
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>Photographs presented by the President H.M. Montford.
  
[[Cecil Burleigh Crampton|Crampton, Cecil Burleigh]]
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>Hanging rocks,Charnwood Forest. May 1961. L.S. Pitt and G. Vallance above measuring dips and cleavages.
  
[[James Croll LL.D., F.R.S.|Croll, James]]
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>The Charnia quarry. May 1961 Professor Sylvester Bradley In middle front.
  
[[Charles Victor Crook B.A.|Crook, Charles Victor]]
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>G.A. Party at exposure of Felsitic Agglomerate, Charnwood Lodge grounds, Charnwood Forest. May 1961. Prof. W.S. Pitcher left foreground speaking.> >Prof. Sylvester Bradley right centre.
  
[[Robert Crookall|Crookall, Robert]]
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>E.M. Venables (with Bognor Rock in background GA Field Meeting May 1961.
  
[[Richard Joseph Cruise C.E., M.R.I.A.|Cruise, Richard Joseph]]
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=== Page 32 ===
  
[[Edward Hubert Cunningham-Craig|Cunningham-Craig, Edward Hubert]]
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>GA Field Meeting Boulonnais April 1966. Dr. J.V. Harrison, Dr. Archie Lamont, Prof. J. Sutton
  
[[Cecil Henry Cunnington B.Sc.|Cunnington, Cecil Henry]]
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>GA Field Meeting Boulonnais April 1966. Rev. H. Roper, Dr. J. MacDougall, Dr. P Wallace, Dr. A. Lamont, Prof. J. Sutton, Mr L. Pitt, Dr. F. Holwill.
  
[[James Curry|Curry, James]]
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=== Page 33 ===
  
== D ==
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Field Meeting to Rutland (Uppingham). May 22nd-23rd. 1965. Photographs donated by Dr. D.F. Merriam.
  
Dakyns, John Roche
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Pilton Quarry Rutland. Lower Deltaic Series, Middle Jurassic. Prof. P.C. Sylvester Bradley talking to party.
  
Dalton, William Herbert
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Kings Cliffe Adamix Refractory Clay pit, Rutland. Upper Deltaic Series. From L.to R. Prof. Sylvester Bradley, H.M. Montford, Dr. D.F. Merriam, C.J. Aslin, Prof. Kirkaldy, B. Ainsley.
  
Davidson, Charles Findlay
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=== Page 34 ===
  
Davies, William
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Boulonnais, Easter 1966. Dr. W. Smith, Dr. J.V. Harrison, Mr.B. Webster-Smith, ? Mr. Baker or Mr. Betts, Mr.I. Dedman (f), Dr. A. Lamont (c), Rev. H. Hodgess-Roper, Prof. J. Sutton, Mrs. F.H. Moore, Dr. R.S. Collins, Mrs.J. Sutton, Mrs. H. Hodgess-Roper, Mrs. W. Manning, Dr. F.D.C..Henry, Mr. J. MacDougall, Mr. W. Manning, Mr. H.M. Montford,Mr. F. Clark, Mr. I. Wilson, Dr. D.V. Ager (director) Mr. H.A.P. Fowler, Dr. Peigi Wallace (director), Mr. L.J. Pitt, Dr. F.A. Middlemiss, Dr. F. Holwill, Mr. R. Jaworski, Mr. B. Fitzgerald.
  
Dawkins, William Boyd
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Weymouth, Whitsun 1966. Party at Winspit near Swanage. Mr. I. West, (director), Mr. D.J. Shearman (director ), Dr. W. Pulfrey, Mr. A. Best, Miss C. Rose, Mr. G.C. Graver, Mrs. A. Floeckinger, Mrs. G. Hamilton, Mr. D. Pickrell, Mr. P. Kalaugher, Mr. E. Evans,(with cap), ?????,? Mr. Burt, Rev. H. Hodgess-Roper.
  
De la Beche, Henry Thomas
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=== Page 35 ===
  
De Rance, Charles Eugene
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Photo presented by Peter Russell.
  
Dewey, Henry
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Visit to Vesuvius September 1965. Dr. Dollar and the G.A. party on the highest part of the crater rim. Monte Somma in the background. Figure on right, Mr. J. Cheer.
  
Dick, Allan B.
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Jones (Newcastle) Lamont. Dr. Dollar Mr. Smith. (Oxford) Mr. Lees, Mr. Hollis. Via St. Maria in Portico, Naples. Italy 1965. Photo presented by Peter Russell.
  
Dines, Henry George
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Visit to Vesuvius, September 1965. The G.A.party on the crater rim. 1. Dr.A.T.J. Dollar. (Director) 2. Dr.A. Lamont. 3.Mrs J. Prichard. (Secretary) 4. Mr. John Dollar. 5 Mr. J.D. Hollis. 6. Mr.G.H. Shepherd.    7. Miss E.M. Appleby. 8. Mr. Nark Dollar. 9. Mr. C.E. Leese. 10./11. Mr.& Mrs. P. Steel
  
Dinham, Charles Hawker
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=== Page 36 ===
  
Dix, Matthew
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Dr. D.V. Ager and Dr. Peigi Wallace, at the Boulonnais April 1966.
  
Dixon, Ernest Edward Leslie
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G.A. Party Annecy : July 1963 Field Meeting - French Jura & Alps.4: B. Ainsly 5: Mr Lees 9: Mrs Ramsay, 14: Dr W. Sargeant 15: Miss M.E. Pugh 22: Mrs B. Ainsly 23: Miss Ramsay 24: J.G. Ramsay 27: Mr L. Pitt 28: Mr.Vagg 30: Dr H.I. Cook.
  
Drew, Frederick
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=== Page 37 ===
  
Du Noyer, George Victor
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Photographs donated by H.WN. Wright
  
Duffin, W. L’Estrange
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Party at Speeton. Showing R. to L. Prof. J.K. Kirkaldy, 7.J. Burt, Dr. Rawson, H.Y. Montford, and J. Reckie at work.
  
Dunham, Kingsley Charles
+
Party on foreshore at Speeton. Showing Speeton Clay in background. 1. H.M. Montford. 2. M.J. Collins. 3. Prof. J.P. Kirkaldy. 4. Mrs. Montford. 5. Miss M.G. Freed. 6. Mrs. E.N. Matthews. 7. A.G.K. Fear. 8. J. Reekie. 9. Miss J.M. Linfoot. 10. W.O. Glass. 11. S. Whiteley. 12. M.K. Durkin. 13: F.J. Burt. 14. P. Cambridge. 15. M. Goodchild. 16 Dr. G.A. Wells. 17 Dr. P.F. Rawson 18 L.P. Penny. Directors.
  
== E ==
+
Party on foreshore at Sewerby. Mr. L.F. Penny describing the section.
  
Eastwood, Tom
+
=== Page 38 ===
  
Edmunds, Francis Hereward
+
Field meeting to Small Dole Gault Pit. Henfield Sussex. April 1967. Photographs donated by Mr. J. Wyley.
  
Edwards, Wilfrid Norman
+
Henfield and Upper Breeding meeting, May 6th. 1967, at Small Dole Pit, in Gault Clay Henfield, Sussex. Directors Miss A. Ward, and Mr. J. Wyley (third from left) H.N. Wright photo.
  
Egan, Frederick William
+
=== Page 39 ===
  
Elliott, Eustace George William
+
Red Gravel Pit, Farringdon, Berkshire. 22.7.67.
  
Etheridge, Robert
+
Dr. Lamont at Faringdon, Berkshire. 22. 7. 67.
  
Evans, Ralph du Boulay
+
Small Dole Pit, Upper Beeding, Sussex. 6.5.67.
  
Eyles, Victor Ambrose
+
Henfield, Sussex. 6.5.67.
  
== F ==
+
=== Page 40 ===
  
Flanagan, James
+
Field Meeting in the South of France September 1967. Photographs donated by the Organising Director, Dr. F.H. Middlemiss.
  
Flett, John Smith
+
Dr. F.A. Middlemiss on Aptian-Albian Junction, Ravix section, near Villard-de Lans, in the Vercors.
  
Foot, Frederick James
+
Dr. J.M. Hancock, Mr. Ainsley on the unconformable contact of Barrenian (left) and Senonian (right). Calissane, near the Étang de Berre. Dr. Martin<sub>, </sub>extreme right, collecting hippuritids.
  
Forbes, Edward
+
(L-R) Mlle. Gueirard & Monsieur Orsini (directors), at le Fenouillet, near Hyères.
  
Forbes, James Grellier
+
(L-R) Mr.Julian Hollis, Monsieur Arnaud (director),Mr.Peter Moulds, Monsieur Tempier (director),and Mr. Jim Kennedy. On Lower Jurassic limestones, Les Lamberts, near Aix-en-Provence.
  
Foster, Clement Le Neve
+
Dividing up lunch. Carniol, near Forcalquier. (L-R) Mr. Amphlett, Mr. Ainsley, Mr.Whiteley, Miss Joan Nash, Professor Austin Miller, Dr. John Eartin, Mrs. Aineley, Dr. Don McBeath, Dr. Frank Dilley (sitting in front), Mr. Pitt and Mr. Leese.
  
Fowler, Alexander
+
Mlle. Humbert (director) at la Bédoule.
  
Fox-Strangways, Charles Edward
+
=== Page 41 ===
  
Frankland, Edward
+
(L-R) Professor Austin Miller, Mlle.Foury, Monsieur Busnardo (director) (standing), & M. Moullade, Lunch stop, Carniol near Forcalquier.
  
== G ==
+
(L-R) Madame Taxy, Monsieur Philip and Mlle. Hubert at la Bédoule (directors).
  
Galvan, Charles
+
Buying drinks and fruit for lunch, Grans, near Salon-de-Provence. (L-R) Mr.Whiteley, Professor Austin Miller, Mr. Leese, Mr. Amphlett, Dr. W.E. Smith and Mr. Julian Hollis.
  
Gapper, J.C.
+
Messieurs Moullade, Thieuloy, Porthault (directors) and Mr. Amphlett (member), at the Col de Rousset.
  
Garraway, Francis
+
L-R, those faces visible) Mr.Pitt, Dr. Dilley (members), and Monsieur le Hegarat (director), overlooking Ardeche river at Pont d<sup>'</sup>Are.
  
Geikie, Archibald
+
Field Meetings Secretary (Mr. B. Ainsley) and Organising Director (Dr. Middlemiss) on garnet gneiss at Pramousquier near Cavalaire.
  
Geikie, James
+
=== Page 42 ===
  
George, Thomas Neville
+
Reading Excursion 2nd. August 1969. Party at Star Brickworks, Knole Hill (Reading Beds). N.E. Butcher, Director, 4th from right. T. Dunk extreme right. H.N. Wright photo.
  
Gibbs, Richard
+
Reading Excursion 2nd. August 1969. Bracknell Pit (London Clay). H.N. Wright photo.
  
Gibson, Walcot
+
Field Meeting to Peterborough District 14th. Sep.1969. Nassington Ironstone quarry. A. Horton director
  
Goodchild, John George
+
addressing party. J.F. Wyley (with brief case). H.N. Wright photo.
  
Gould, Charles
+
=== Page 43 ===
  
Grabham, George Walter
+
Field meeting to Bristol May 1970.
  
Gray, Henry James
+
Party on the Clifton auspension Bridge. Looking at the Avon Gorge. Showing Miss Evans. G.A. Kellaway (Director) S.C.A. Holmes (President)
  
Green, Alexander Henry
+
A.B. Hawkins and G.A. Kellaway addressing party on new motorway cutting, near Clevedon Court.
  
Greenly, Edward
+
Party awaiting coach at Bristol University.
  
Gunn, William
+
Party examining Tintern Beds at Milby Heath.
  
== H ==
+
=== Page 44 ===
  
Hallett, G.
+
Field Meeting to the Canterbury area, 11th July 1971. Photographs presented by David Horsley.
  
Hallimond, Arthur Francis
+
Shelford Sandpit, Sturry, showing Oldhaven Beds over Woolwich Bede. Showing Prof. J.F. Kirkaldy.
  
Haragan, J.
+
Party examining the Woolwich Beds at Trolley Park Sandpit.
  
Hardman, Edward Townley
+
=== Page 45 ===
  
Harker, Alfred
+
Upper Old Red Sandstone in South Breconshire. Friday, 9 November–Sunday, 11 November 1973. Directors: Mr. K. Taylor and Dr. L.P. Thomas, Institute of Geological Sciences, 5 Princes Gate, London SW7 1QN.
  
Hatch, Frederick Henry
+
From Left to right; Dr. Peigi Wallace, Mr. T.C. Maile, Dr. W.A. Read, ? Mr. R.G. Thomas. ? Mr. A.P. Heward, Mr. R. Lake, Mr. W.S. Barclay, Dr. R. Shepard-Thorn, Dr. Melling, Prof. D.L..Dineley, Dr. L.P. Thomas. Mr. R. Taylor, Mr. D.I. Jackson, Dr. B.P.J. Williams, Mrs S.L. Donovan, Mr. M.K. Durkin, Mrs. J.A. Champion, Misses Roberts.
  
Hawkins, Charles Edward
+
=== Page 46 ===
  
Hay, John
+
Photographs of the Field meeting to West Cornwall 1974. Presented by H.N. Wright.
  
Hebert, E.J.
+
=== Page 47 ===
  
Henfrey, Arthur Henfrey
+
Field Meeting to Shropshire, 30th March–4th April 1972. Director Dr. L.R.M. Cocks.
  
Henfrey, George
+
Dr Welch addressing the party in a sand pit at St Agnes on his search for lignite.
  
Hill, John Bastian
+
The Director Dr, L.R.M. Cocks addressing the party at Robins Tump at the side of Caer Caradoc.
  
Hinxman, Lionel Wordsworth
+
Party looking for graptolites in Buttington Wood Quarry near Breidden Hill, Shropshire.
  
Hockman, William Rolls
+
Party at the Bog near the Stiperstones.
  
Hofmann, Augustus Wilhelm
+
=== Page 48 ===
  
Hollingworth, Sydney Ewart
+
Party on the bank of the River Greta in Longsdale. Showing left to right, -,-, D.J. Watts, Miss B.S. Gee, R.C. Belcher, Dr. D. Moore, Mr. Fitch, Mrs. A. Needham, Christopher Moore.
  
Holloway, W.B.
+
Party on the Stiperstones in the mist.
  
Holloway, W.H.
+
The director, Dr. D. Moore addressing the party by the River Greta.
  
Holmes, Stanley Charles Arthur
+
Party by the River Onny, Shropshire. Lady Bliss (pointing) with Dr. L.R.M. Cocks.
  
Holmes, Thomas Vincent
+
=== Page 49 ===
  
Hooker, Joseph Dalton
+
Party in Coates Quarry, Wenlock Edge, Shropshire, April 1972.
  
Horne, John
+
3. Dr. Wells. 4. M. Matheson. 6 Mr. Le Strange. 7. Mrs. Floeckinger. 9. Dr. Cocks. 11 Dr. Wilby. 13. Miss Lingfoot. 14. Mr. Maber. 23. Mr. Bennet. 31. Lady Bliss. 33. Mr Hollins.
  
Hoskins, Pierce Hoskins
+
=== Page 50 ===
  
Howe, John Allan
+
Field meeting to examine the Permo-Triassic rocks of the Nottingham area. 12th-14 July 1974. (H.N. Wright photo)
  
Howell, Henry Hyett
+
The party in the Annesley railway cutting (now disused and being filled in).
  
Hughes, Thomas McKenny
+
Dr. F.M. Taylor talking to the party in the Bramcote sand quarry.
  
Hull, Edward
+
The Bramcote sand quarry. The party examining the barite cemented sandstones.
  
Hunt, Robert
+
The party admiring the view from Stapleford Hill.
  
Huxley, Thomas Henry
+
=== Page 51 ===
  
Hyland, John Shearson
+
Malta 7–14 April 1974.
  
== I ==
+
London-Based Geologists' Visit [Transcript of newspaper cutting]
  
Ibbetson, Levett Landon Boscawen
+
By a Staff Reporter
  
Irvine, Duncan Robertson
+
Twenty-six members of the London-based Geologists' Association (above) yesterday ended a week's visit to Malta during which they studied various aspects of the geology of Malta and Gozo and the stratigraphy and structure of the rocks of the Islands.
  
== J ==
+
The party stayed at the Hotel Metropole and included Prof. D. V. Ager and members from England, France and Denmark. Mr. H.M. Pedley, Dr. B. Waugh and Prof. M.R. House of the University of Hull were also among the group's leaders.
  
Jack, Robert Logan
+
One of the purposes of the visit was to demonstrate the conclusions resulting from work on the Islands extending over the past 20 years.
  
James, Henry
+
By courtesy of the Director of the Museum Department, visits were also made to sites of archaeological interest. Last Tuesday they visited the Geology section of the Museum of Natural History at Mdina and were most impressed by the presentation and quality of the exhibits prepared there by Dr. G. Zammit Maempel who, throughout the visit gave help and guidance to the party.
  
James, Trevor Evans
+
Two days were spent in Gozo studying the circular faults at Xiendi, Qawra, and around Dwejra Bay and Victoria. Marsalforn and Rant Bay.
  
Johnstone, Thomas Archibald
+
In Malta the party spent some time studying the coastal sections around Marfa Ridge and the area between Fom ir-Rih and Ghajn Tuffieha. Several places in southern Malta were also visited.
  
Jones, Owen Thomas
+
The geological interest of Malta results from the particular position of the Islands between the two hydrographic basins of the Mediterranean and the link it provides between the rock sequences in Africa and southern Europe. During the past few years the Geologists Association has made similar visits to France, Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Spain but this was the Association's first visit to Malta.
  
Jones, Robert Cyril Briscoe
+
The party found many things of interest and met a number of geological problems which are still to be solved. Several members expressed the hope that they would be able to return soon.
  
Jordan, James B.
+
From left to right:
  
Jordan, Thomas B.
+
Miss E.M. Appleby
  
Judd, John Wesley
+
? Mrs. D.J. Ward (back row)
  
Jukes, Joseph Beete
+
Miss N.M. Appleby
  
Jukes-Browne, Alfred John
+
Dr. W. Schors
  
== K ==
+
Mr. D.J. Ward
  
Kelly, John
+
Professor D.V. Ager (President)
  
Kennedy, John
+
Miss M.S. Pugh (back row)
  
Kennedy, William Quarrier
+
Professor M.R. House (director)
  
Kilroe, James Robinson
+
Mr. P.U. Shelford (back row)
  
Kinahan, George Henry
+
Mr. H.M. Pedley (director)
  
King, William Bernard Robinson
+
Mr. C.E. Hobley (back row)
  
Kitchin, Finlay Lorimer
+
Dr. B. Waugh (director)
  
Knox, John
+
Mrs. S.M. Matthews (back row)
  
Kynaston, Herbert
+
Mrs. H. Bone
  
== L ==
+
Mr. C.P.J. Ruck
  
Lamplugh, George William
+
Mr. J.R.D. Blyth (back row)
  
Lebour, George Alexander Louis
+
Dr. E.P.F. Rose
  
Lee, Gabriel Wharton
+
Dr. R.G. Bromley (back row)
  
Leeson, E.
+
Miss D.H. Hamilton
  
Leonard, Hugh
+
Miss P.M. Statham (back row)
  
Leonard, William Benjamin
+
G.A. Excursion to Aston Rowant, Bucks on 7. April 1973. S.C.A. Holmes 2nd on left.
  
Lewis, Edward
+
Tracing the sources of the River Fleet. 9. December 1973. From left to right Mrs M.L. Davies, ? Mr. S. Kaser, Miss E.Y. Sheppard, ? Councillor E.S. Billman (director) Mrs. J.A. Champion.
  
Lightfoot, Ben
+
=== Page 52 ===
  
Lightfoot, G. Herbert
+
Photographs of the field meeting to West Cornwall 1974. Presented by H.N. Wright.
  
Linn, James
+
Group taken at Priests Cove, Cape Cornwall.
  
Lloyd, Wilfred
+
Top row T. Ford. Mrs J. Edwards, N.H. Sollingsworth, C. Edwards, A.J.P. King, J.O. Smith, Dr Hall (director), Miss R.S. Osborn, T.C. Maile, R.D.F. Smith, Mrs W.G. Westcott, W.C. Westcott, R. Townley, K. Mortimer, R. Le Strange, A.C. Fear, C.H. Thomas, Miss A.M./lemmings.Bottom row B.J. Millett, Anny, Frankl-Floeckinger, Mrs C, Lister, N. Jackson (director), M,Goodchild, Miss C.M. Woodward, Miss V. Ferguson, A. Mills, F,E. Bennett, P,A. Hodges, J.R, Amphelett„ F. Holling, Miss Morris, Miss M.E. Pugh (secretary).
  
Logan, William Edmond
+
Mr N. Jackson discusses the tourmalinisation at Porthiedden (Cape Cornwall).
  
Lucas, Joseph
+
The party on the beach after a steep climb down at Mullion.
  
Lunn, Robert
+
Dr A. Hall and Mr N. Jackson (directors) with the party at Porth Ledden.
  
== M ==
+
=== Page 53 ===
  
MacAlister, Donald Alexander
+
Field Meeting to Eastbourne. 18 May 1975. Director Dr. J.M. Hancock. H.N. Wright photo.
  
Macconochie, Arthur Francis
+
Dr. J.M. Hancock and party near Beachy Head.
  
Macconochie, Arthur I.
+
The Director Dr J.M. Hancock explaining the conditions of sedimentation of the chalk near Beachy Head.
  
MacGregor, Archibald Gordon
+
A problem on a fallen block.
  
Macgregor, Murray
+
Stable Pit Bradgate Park. Party examining the Quartz Arenite and the Dyke.
  
Maden, James
+
=== Page 54 ===
  
Marsden, Frank
+
Field Meeting to Worthing area 13 July 1975. Director L.J. Allchin. H.N. Wright photo.
  
Maufe, Herbert Brantwood
+
The Director Mr. L Allchin showing the escarpment near Washington.
  
McCoy, Frederick
+
Deep thoughts in the Washington chalk pit.
  
McHenry, Alexander
+
The party in the Marley Tile Company's Pit of the Washington Road examining the Folkestone Beds.
  
McLintock, William Francis Porter
+
A stop on the Washington Road near Barns Farm Lane to examine the Folkestone Sand exposure.
  
McVey, Henry Stobie
+
=== Page 55 ===
  
Meade, Richard
+
Field meeting to Lincolnshire 19th September 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.
  
Medlicott, Henry Benedict
+
The party studies the Lower Lincolnshire Limestone in the Thisleton quarry.
  
Medlicott, Joseph G.
+
The party examines the Lincolnshire limestone in the Greetham pit.
  
Medlicott, Samuel
+
The director Michael Ashton introduces the Greetham pit.
  
Miller, Hugh
+
Dr J. Jones showing the sandstones at Tynemouth.
  
Mitchell, George Hoole
+
=== Page 56 ===
  
Mitchell, William Fancourt
+
Field Meeting to Charnwood Forest. 5. July 1975. Director J.B. Moseley. H.N. Wright photo.
  
Mooney, Dennis
+
The Director Mr J.B. Moseley explaining the slumping near Old Johns Farm.
  
Morgan, Stephen William
+
The party at the rock face near Old Johns Tower examining the impression of ''Charniodiscus''.
  
Mourant, Arthur Ernest
+
Party on Beacon Hill examining the fine grain Tuff.
  
Muir, John Malcolm
+
=== Page 57 ===
  
Murchison, R.M.
+
Field meeting to Northfleet, Kent. 1st May, 1976 Photographs by H. N. Wright.
  
Murchison, Roderick Impey
+
The party attacking the chalk in the Portland Cement quarry at Northfleet Kent.
  
Murray, Alexander
+
A rest before fossil hunting in the quarry at Northfleet.
  
== N ==
+
Field meeting to Hampshire, 2nd October. 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.
  
Newton, Edwin Tulley
+
A deep discussion on a windy spot at Christchurch Bay.
  
Newton, Richard Bullen
+
Dr. E. Barton explains the degradation of the Barton clay cliffs at Christchurch Bay.
  
Newton, T.W.
+
=== Page 58 ===
  
Noble, Arthur Henry
+
Denmark and Southern Sweden. 18–28 September 1975. From left to right: Mr. L.W. Avent. Mrs. E.M. Matthews. Miss B. Thomsen. Dr. U. Asgaard (Mrs. Bromley). Dr. B.G. Bromley — director. Miss N. Pallatt. Mrs. E. Wilson. Dr. J.M. Hancock. Mr. R. Mortimore. Mr. M.K. Durkin. Mr. P. Gravesen. Mr. J. Amphlett. Miss B. Godsmark. Mr. C.F. Ruck.
  
Nolan, Joseph
+
Geologists Association weekend excursion 10–12 October. 1975. Fossil plants of the Yorkshire Jurassic. Phots: Professor T.L. Phillips, Ilinois. Dave Wharron, Chris Hill, John Laing, Keith Fowler, Tricia Allen, Christine Woodward, John Hudson, John Dewar, David Horsley, Val Milne, John Robson, Tom Windle, Cedric Shute, Sharon Shute, Antony Wyatt, Geoff Wilkinson, Lynne Allen.
  
== O ==
+
=== Page 59 ===
  
O’Kelly, Joseph
+
Excursion to A.P.C.M. Northfleet, Kent. 1st May 1976. Photos Mersh. (Director)
  
Oakley, Kenneth Page
+
Excursion to A.P.C.M. Northfleet, Kent. 1st May 1976. Photos Mersh. (Director)
  
O'Connor, Patrick Michael
+
Portlandian of Dorset : 28th–31st May 1976.
  
Oldham, Thomas
+
L to R: Miss Penny Scantlebury, Lady Bliss, Mr. John Tubby, Dr. W. Wimbledon (director), Dr. G. Townson, and Dr. C. Heywood. Photo; Mary Pugh.
  
== P ==
+
=== Page 60 ===
  
Peach, Benjamin Neeve
+
Excursion to A.P.C.M. Northfleet, Kent. 1st May 1976.
  
Penning, William Henry
+
Photos: P.E. Mersh. (Director)
  
Penny, J.
+
Portlandian of Dorset : 28th–31st May 1976 L to R: Miss Penny Scantlebury, Lady Bliss, Mr. John Tubby, Dr. W. Wimbledon (director), Dr. G. Townson, and Dr. C. Heywood. Photo; Mary Pugh.
  
Percy, John
+
=== Page 61 ===
  
Phemister, James
+
Field Meeting to Slindon, 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.
  
Phillips, John
+
Dr. G.A. Kellaway introduces the Slindon pit to the party.
  
Phillips, Richard
+
The party in the Eartham pit examining the chalk and sand.
  
Playfair, Lyon
+
The party examines the sands of the Eartham pit.
  
Pocock, Roy Woodhouse
+
Dr. J. Farnaby examines the sands and gravel in the Slindon pit.
  
Pocock, Theodore Innes
+
=== Page 62 ===
  
Pollard, William
+
G.A. Excursion to Eastern Mendips. 1977. Photos: H.N. Wright.
  
Polwhele, Thomas Roxburgh
+
Mr. C.J.P. Copp explains the geology of Valais Vale.
  
Pond, Samuel
+
A fissure filled with calcite.
  
Pringle, Alexander
+
The director C.J.P. Copp with the party in Cloford quarry. In the picture are Miss M. Pugh, Dr. J.A. Greaves and R.B.J. Smith.
  
Pringle, John
+
=== Page 63 ===
  
Pugh, T.J.G.
+
Field Meeting to Durham and Northumberland. 16–26th July 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.
  
== R ==
+
Dr M.E. Tucker explains the limestone faulting on the Howick foreshore.
  
Ramsay, Andrew Crombie
+
Dr L. Smith describes the Permian formations at Trow Point.
  
Read, Herbert Harold
+
Dr B.A.O. Randall shows a Whin Sill dyke on the foreshore of Holy Island.
  
Reeks, Trenham
+
Group taken in the Barrasford Whin Sill quarry. From left to right: R.H. Sawyer, Dr J. Farnaby, Dr M.E. Tucker secretary, Mrs M.M. Champion, Mrs M.R. Henderson, Miss J. Farmer, T. Pettigrew, Miss J.E. Hardy, Miss Vines, H. Burnip, Mrs D.E. Watts, Mrs G.E. Williams, F. Bennet, Dr. C. Heywood, J.A. Champion, H. le Strange, Miss T. Leslie, E.W. Avent, Dr. G.A.L. Johnson director, Dr. B.A.O. Randall director, P.A. Hodges, R.L. Riches J.E. Clements, M.E. Thienpont, D.R. Hughes.
  
Rees, Josiah
+
=== Page 64 ===
  
Reid, Clement
+
A Cotswold Miscellany. Saturday 7th May 1977 Photos: H.N. Wright.
  
Rhind, J.
+
The present source of the Thames at the Lyd Well.
  
Rhind, W.
+
The party hunting for fossils in the Fiddlers Elbow Oolite quarry.
  
Rhodes, John
+
Party at the Seven springs near Thames Head Bridge.
  
Richey, James Ernest
+
Mr R.E. Butler the director explains the dry valley of the early Thames.
  
Robbie, James Andrew
+
=== Page 65 ===
  
Robertson, Thomas
+
Field Excursion to Costa Blanca, S.E. Spain. 27th, December–3rd January 1976. Photographs by George Best.
  
Rose, William Colin Campbell
+
Frank Moseley Harry Gamble Sam Winter, Karen Strutt, Carol Lister, Mike Collins.
  
Ross, George
+
Lunch near Yascerat.
  
Rudler, Frederick William
+
Large group photo: Paul Morris, William Ball, Harry Gamble, Maureen Ball, Joanna Edwards/Cyril Edwards, Gwen Wallace, Carol Lister, Dianne Watts, Dorothy Whittaker, Dick Whittaker, Karen Strutt, John Amphlett, Pat Moseley, Frank Mosley, Sam Winter, Ted Nevill, Victor Dennison, Edward Dennison, Sue Hopson, Joy Hopson.
  
Russell, Robert
+
Left to right: Trevor Ford, Karen Strutt, Mike Collins (hidden in bank row), Ted Neville. "Hoppy" Hopson, Peter Hopson, Paul Morris, Ruth Osborn, Carol Lister, Harry Gamtle, Maureen Ball, William Ball, John Perkins and Victor Dennison.
  
Rutley, Frank
+
=== Page 66 ===
  
== S ==
+
Re-interpretation of the Upper Chalk, Sussex. 15th May 1977. Photos H.N. Wright.
  
Salter, John William
+
The party in the new quarry in Shoreham. [With sketch:] 1st meeting with Rory[?] Haydon Bailey
  
Salter, Peter John
+
Mr. R. Northmore the director explains the chalk zones in the new quarry at Shoreham.
  
Scrivenor, John Brooke
+
The party on the foreshore at Seaford.
  
Selwyn, Alfred Richard
+
R. Northmore demonstrating the flint bands at Seaford.
  
Seymour, Henry Joseph
+
=== Page 67 ===
  
Sharman, George
+
Irish Geological Association/G.A. Meeting to Anglesey and Southern Ireland. 4th June–12th June 1977 Photos: H.N. Wright.
  
Shelswell, John
+
Drs A.J. Barber and E. Max (directors) consider a problem from Mr J.E. Clements.
  
Sherlock, Robert Lionel
+
A cold start on the Kilmore beach. Dr M. Max introduces the section.
  
Simmons, William Charles
+
The party examine a[n] amphibolite intrusion in the limestones on Llanddwyn Island, Newborough.
  
Simpson, John Baird
+
Dr A.J. Barber (director) makes very important point. Also in the picture Miss M.E. Pugh (secretary) and ? R. Thorpe.
  
Skae, Harriman Malcolm
+
=== Page 68 ===
  
Skertchly, Sydney Barber Josiah
+
Dinner photograph.
  
Smith, Bernard
+
=== Page 69 ===
  
Smyth, Warington Wilkinson
+
Dinner photograph.
  
Sollas, William Johnson
+
==Geologists' Association photograph album [Green bound No. 2]==
  
Stephens, John Victor
+
=== Page 1 ===
  
Stokes, G.G.
+
Field Meeting to study the. Tertiary Igneous rocks of Rhum. 16th–23rd June 1979. Director Dr. C.H. Emeleus.
  
Stokes, R.S.
+
A view from Cnapan Breaca. Kinloch Castle in the background.
  
Strahan, Aubrey
+
A conglomerate filled channel cut in basalt near Fionchra.
  
Stubblefield, Cyril James
+
The party rests on the side of Minishal. In the photograph are from left to right: Dr C. H. Emeleus (director), Mr A. V. Mascull, Mr C. Langdon, Mrs A. Kenyon, Mrs M. Langdon, Ms B. Loney, Mr D. Horsley, Mr E. W. Advent.
  
Symes, Richard Glascott
+
On the rocks at Harris.
  
== T ==
+
=== Page 2 ===
  
Taylor, James Haward
+
Geologists' Association Field Meeting in Elba and the adjacent Italian mainland, 25th August–1st September 1979. Leaders: Dr. John Morton, Secretary: Mrs Carol Lister.
  
Teall, Jethro Justinian Harris
+
Alpi Apuane (Tuscany), amid marble and dolomite. Left to right, back rows Anny Floeckinger, Jack Knight, Mike Durkin, John Morton, Nellie Mayott, Alan Sergent, Wendy Squire, Tom Paterson, Sarah Shearme, Harry Burnip. Front row: Neville Robarts-Arnold, Edna Appleby, Margaret Stoyel.
  
Thomas, Herbert Henry
+
Refreshments at San Piero in Campo, Elba. Left to right: Mike Durkin, John Morton, Anny Floeckinger, Tom Paterson, Nellie Maylott, Bernice Godsmark, Sara Shearme.
  
Thomas, Ivor
+
=== Page 3 ===
  
Tiddeman, Richard Hill
+
Church Stretton 1–5 May 1981.
  
Tonks, Laurance Henry
+
In the classic Cambrian Comley Quarry now a geological reserve. The party searching for fossils amongst debris.
  
Tookey, Charles
+
The director Dr P. Toghill explaining the Tuffs on Ragleth Hill.
  
Topley, William
+
A lunch break on Ragleth Hill with a fine view of the Stratton valley.
  
Traill, William A.
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In the Acton Scott Quarry examining the 'calcareous sandstones.
  
Trench, Richard
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Trimmer, Edward J.A.
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Field Meeting on the mineralogy of Cornwall, 14th–19th March, 1980. Leaders Mrs Carol Lister and Dr. Chris Halls. Cligga Head Quarry. Left to right: David Williams, Charles Fearnley, John Allen, Felicity Williams, John Blyth, Tony King, Allan Cotton, Mike Durkin, Margaret Rushbridge, Alan Crow, Paul Rainey, C. Ralfs, Dennis Buchanan, David Westlake, Carol Lister.
  
Trimmer, Joshua
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Field Meeting on the mineralogy of Cornwall, 14th–19th March, 1980. Leaders Mrs Carol Lister and Dr. Chris Halls. Great Wheal Prosper China Stone Quarry. Left to right: Mr. Courtney Smale (of Goonvean & Rostonsrack China Clay Co. Ltd), Alan Cotton, Margaret Rusbridge, ? , Tony King, John Allen, Mr. C. Ralfs.
  
Trotter, Frederick Murray
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Tyndall, John
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Hercynides Field Meeting 28th May–31st May 1982. Directors: K.P. Isaac, P. Chandler, P.J. Turner. Secretary: C.J. Lister. Group photo at the "Melange" outcrop Wheal Betsy. 1. Tony Dunk 2. Alan Driscole 3. W.K. Thompson 4. Peter Jackson 5. Paul Chandler 6 Irene Katchourin 7. Preston Hicks 8. Peter Tyre 9. John Clements 10. Margaret Rusbridge 11. Mike Durkin 12. Blake Jackson 13. Marilyn Carter 14. Kevin Isaac 15. David Horsley 16. Charlotte Welch 17. S.H. Cooper 18. Eva Kolski 19. Alfred Dipple.
  
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Hercynides Field Meeting 28th May–31st May 1982. Directors: K.P. Isaac, P. Chandler, P.J. Turner. Secretary: C.J. Lister. members of the party at summit of Brent Tor (left to right): Alfred Dipple, Preston Hicks, Tony Dunk, Kevin Isaac, Margaret Rusbridge, Charlotte Welch, W.K. Thompson, David Horsley, Alan Driscole (just visible Mike Thomas).
  
Ussher, William Augustus Edmond
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Quaternary sands and loams in the Eartham pit.
  
Walters, Hugh
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Fossil hunting on the foreshore at Bracklesham.
  
Ward, James
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On the sands of Bracklesham. S.C. Holmes and M. Goodchild in the picture.
  
Warren, James Lillie
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Members in the Earthham pit having a introductory talk by Mr S. Flitton.
  
Watts, William Whitehead
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Wedd, Charles B.
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Field Meeting to Pegwell Bay, Kent 27 June 1981
  
Welch, Francis Brian Awburn
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The director Mrs C. M. Welch showing the party the Thanet Beds.
  
Whitaker, William
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Fossil hunting and identification at Pegwell Bay.
  
Whitehead, Talbot Haes
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On the beach of Pegwell Bay.
  
Wild, H.
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The members returning to the coach. The photograph shows the chalk, Thanet Beds and loess.
  
Wilkinson, Sydney Berdoe Neal
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William, William Rudler
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Lower Greensand end Western Weald 9th July 1983. Photographs donated by E.D. Wright.
  
Williams, David Hiram
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"Behold the Folkstone Sands". Dr F. A. Middlemiss in the Marley Tile quarry Storrington.
  
Williams, Horace Walter Gilbert
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Dr F.A. Middlemiss discusses the landscape from Hindhead.
  
Willis, Robert
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On the top of Older Hill after a steep climb.
  
Wills, Leonard Johnston
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The party in a sunken lane at Park Mound Palborough. Puttenham Beds exposed.
  
Willson, Walter Lindsay
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Wilson, George Victor
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Lunch break at St Margrets Bay.
  
Wilson, James Simpson Grant
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The party examining the cliff on foreshore at St Margrets Bay.
  
Wollaston, G. Hyde
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Mr. N. D. Robinson the director with the party on Abbots Cliff.
  
Woodward, Horace Bolingbroke
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The Party on the narrow Abbots Cliff Path near Folkstone.
  
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G.A. field meeting to Chinnor Chalk Quarry. Chilterns and Oxford excursion, 20/2/93. D. Horsley, photo.
  
Wyley, Andrew
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G.A. excursion to Knowl Hill, Berkshire, 13/3/93. Michael Oates, Leader centre back. D. Horsley, photo.
  
Wynne, Alfred H.
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Ron Roberts at a roadside cutting, Central Aegean Field Trip Summer 1993.
  
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Saturday 22 June 1996. Visit to Chislet Colliery, Kent. Members hunting for fossil plants on the spoil tips left above ground.

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Contents

Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:50,000 map tile: Sheet 13 Bellingham - data sources[edit]

Introduction (From memoir)[edit]

Crag Lough and Highfield Crags, Roman Wall.

The Bellingham district includes much of the Roman Wall country, the Northumbrian lakes, North Tynedale and Redesdale—all areas of outstanding, unspoilt beauty. They are underlain by Carboniferous rocks, 1600 m thick which were laid down around 300 million years ago. In the south and east, 'Yoredale'; limestones, sandstones and shales with the intrusive dolerite of the Whin Sill form scarp and dip-slope features, but in the forested areas to the north and west thick boulder clay of Pleistocene age mantles most of the solid rock and forms its own distinctive drumlin topography. This memoir is the first comprehensive published account of the geology of the district. After an introductory chapter, the stratigraphy of the Carboniferous rocks is described in detail, with comprehensive correlation diagrams of sections and boreholes together with complementary palaeontological identifications.

Accounts of the igneous rocks and structure of the region are followed by chapters on the Pleistocene and economic geology. Appendices list boreholes, shafts, measured sections and geological photographs and conclude with a comprehensive bibliography.

Previous research[edit]

For full references see the "References"

Reference to the geology of the district can be found in many early works but the first systematic study was the primary six-inch geological survey by Hugh Miller Jnr., and D. Burns between 1875 and 1878. The solid edition of their one-inch map was published in 1881 followed by the drift edition in 1883. This map was not accompanied by a detailed geological succession nor were any major lithological subdivisions of the Carboniferous shown. A descriptive memoir written by Miller was not published. Small areas on the eastern and western edges of the district were resurveyed by G. A. Burnett (1932–35) and J. B. W. Day, D. H. Land and D. A. C. Mills (1954–58) respectively. This memoir is the first comprehensive description of the geology of the district (Figure 3), though a number of generalised descriptions have appeared in works which deal with wider regions (e.g. Lebour, 1889; Garwood, 1910; Smith, 1912; Hickling and others, 1931; Taylor and others, 1971). In addition, important contributions to knowledge of the Carboniferous rocks of the district include those by Tate (1867a), Lebour (1873, 1875a, b), Johnson (1959), Fowler (1966) and Frost (1969). Igneous rocks have been studied by Tate (1867a, b, 1870). Topley and Lebour (1877), Teall (1884a, b), Heslop and Smythe (1910), Weyman (1910), Holmes and Harwood (1928, 1929), Smythe (1930), Randall (1959a, b), and Ineson (1972). Mineral deposits have been described by Wilson and others (1922), Smith (1923) and Dunham (1948); and the drift deposits and glacial retreat phenomena by Dwerryhouse (1902) and Smythe (1908, 1912). Memoirs describing adjacent areas include those by Miller (1887), Clough (1889), Trotter and Hollingworth (1932), Fowler (1936) and Day (1970).

Maps[edit]

To view all published sheets for this areas visit the Maps Portal.

Latest published maps for this area[edit]

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Drift map details[edit]

Map series: Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:63,360/1:50,000 geological map series, New Series
Sheet number: 13
Sheet title: Bellingham.
Map type: Drift
Scale: 1:50 000
Publication year: 1980
Author statement: Original geological survey on the Six-Inch scale by H. Miller and D. Burns in 1875-1878. Published on the One-Inch scale as Old Series Sheet 106 NE in 1881 (Solid Edition) and 1883 (Drift Edition). Eastern margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by G.A. Burnett in 1932-1935. Mineral Revision by K.C. Dunham in 1939-1945. Western margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by J.B.W. Day, D.H. Land and D.A.C. Mills in 1954-59. W. Anderson, District Geologist. Resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by D.V. Frost and D.W. Holliday in 1968-1975.
Published statement: Published 1980. Print code: 3500/80.

Solid map details[edit]

Map series: Geological Survey of England and Wales 1:63,360/1:50,000 geological map series, New Series
Sheet number: 13
Sheet title: Bellingham.
Map type: Solid
Scale: 1:50 000
Publication year: 1980
Author statement: Original geological survey on the Six-Inch scale by H. Miller and D. Burns in 1875-1878. Published on the One-Inch scale as Old Series Sheet 106 NE in 1881 (Solid Edition) and 1883 (Drift Edition). Eastern margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by G.A. Burnett in 1932-1935. Mineral Revision by K.C. Dunham in 1939-1945. Western margin resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by J.B.W. Day, D.H. Land and D.A.C. Mills in 1954-59. W. Anderson, District Geologist. Resurveyed on the Six-Inch scale by D.V. Frost and D.W. Holliday in 1968-1975.
Published statement: Published 1980. Print code: 3500/80.

Six-inch maps[edit]

The following is a list of six-inch geological maps included in the area of 1:50000 Geological Sheet 13 with the date of survey for each map. The surveying officers are: G. A. Burnett, J. B. W. Day, D. V. Frost, D. W. Holliday, D. H. Land and D. A. C. Mills. Copies of the maps are deposited for public reference in the libraries of the London and Leeds Offices of the Institute of Geological Sciences. Uncoloured dyeline copies of those marked by an asterisk are available for purchase. Xerox copies of the remaining partially surveyed sheets are also available.

Index to National Grid six-inch geological maps


NY 66 NE Tipalt Burn Day 1954
NY 67 SE* Wileysike Day 1954
NY 67 NE* Churnsike Mills 1954–58
NY 68 SE* Christy's Crags Mills 1957–58
NY 68 NE Whickhope Land 1958
NY 76 NW Edges Green Frost 1973
NY 76 NE Broomlee and Greenlee Frost 1973
NY 77 SW* Grindon Green Frost 1970
NY 77 SE* Shepherdshield Frost 1968–69
NY 77 NW* Green Moor Holliday 1974
NY 77 NE* Blackaburn and Stonehaugh Frost 1972–73
NY 78.SW* Chirdon Burn Holliday 1973–74
NY 78 NW Falstone Holliday 1973
NY 78 NE Greenhaugh Holliday 1973
NY 86 NW Grindon Hill Frost and Holliday 1968
NY 86 NE Newbrough and Fourstones Holliday 1968
NY 87 SW* Sewingshields Frost 1968
NY 87 SE* Simonburn Frost and Holliday 1968–69
NY 87 NW* Warksburn Frost 1971
NY 87 NE* Birtley and Wark Frost 1970
NY 88 SW* Bellingham Frost 1972–73
NY 88 SE* Redesmouth Frost 1972
NY 88 NW Hareshaw Frost 1973
NY 88 NE West Woodburn Frost 1973
NY 96 NW Wall Holliday 1971
NY 96 NE Stagshaw Burnett and Holliday 1935, 1971
NY 97 SW* Barrasford Holliday 1971
NY 97 SE* Bingfield Burnett and Holliday 1934–35,1968,1971
NY 97 NW* Gunnerton Frost 1971
NY 97 NE* Hallington Burnett and Holliday 1932–34,1971–73
NY 98 SW* Ridsdale Frost 1972–73
NY 98 SE* Great Bavington Burnett and Holliday 1932–33,1972–73
NY 98 NW East Woodburn Frost 1973
NY 98 NE Raechester Burnett and Holliday 19,331,973


Memoir[edit]

Geology of the country around Bellingham. Memoir for 1:50 000 geological sheet 13 by D.V. Frost and D.W. Holliday

Bibliographical reference: Frost, D.V. and Holliday, D.W. 1980. Geology of the country around Bellingham. Mem. Geol. Surv. G.B., Sheet 13, 112 pp.

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BGS175: 175th Anniversary Science Symposium of the founding of the British Geological Survey, 28th September, Royal Institution, London[edit]

The British Geological Survey is the world's oldest national geological survey and commemorated its 175th anniversary in 2010.

The event was marked by a one-day science symposium on 28 September 2010.

The symposium showcased our world-class science and technologies, demonstrating their relevance, societal benefits and positive impacts in addressing 21st century challenges; including living with environmental change, energy and natural resource security, rising CO2 emissions and geohazards.

  • Peak metal: Scarcity of supply or scare story?
  • Bronze Age Mediterraneans may have visited Stonehenge
  • Modelling of Icelandic volcanic ash particles

The event was attended by influential stakeholders including representatives from government, industry, academia, international geological surveys, students and the national media.

Guest speakers included Dr Marcia McNutt, and Professor Iain Stewart.

Britain's best-known natural history film-maker, Sir David Attenborough, featured in the panel discussion to close the symposium.

About the British Geological Survey, 2010.

Win a place at BGS175[edit]

The winners of a VIP day at the science symposium, featuring Sir David Attenborough, are listed in the table below.

Jonathan Wyatt, SHROPSHIRE Paul Colinese, LONDON
John Williams, SURREY Sophie Hibben, KENT
Lisa Allan, LONDON Rob Flanders, CHESHIRE
Vince Piper, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE Steven Cadman, SURREY
Sahja Haji, LONDON Litsa Breingan, LONDON
Paul Dotteridge, HERTFORDSHIRE Stephen Metheringham, BUCKINGHAMSHIRE
Milo Brook, OXFORDSHIRE Catherine Unsworth, LONDON

About the day[edit]

Symposium agenda[edit]

Download the oral programme 200 KB pdf

Keynote speakers and special guests[edit]

Video presentation: About the British Geological Survey - 175 years of geoscience
Sir David Attenborough wrote and narrated BBC's Uncovering Our Earliest Ancestor Attenborough Thumb Copyright IanSalvage.jpg
Marcia McNutt, USGS Director, Introduction to The National Map Mcnutt USGS.jpg
Professor Iain Stewart in the BBC's How Earth Made Us. Iain tells the epic story of how the planet has shaped our history. Stewart plymouth.jpg

Presentations[edit]

Insert Video: Panel session

Morning session A
Opening address John Ludden, Executive Director, BGS
About the BGS - 175 years of geoscience
Twenty-first century survey Denis Peach, Chief Scientist, BGS
Acuity, accuracy and application: from systematic geological mapping to responsive 3D+ surveys Martin Smith, Head Geology & Landscape, BGS
From watercolour to web Keith Westhead, Head Knowledge Exchange, BGS
Keynote: Facing tomorrow’s challenges with integrated science Marcia McNutt, Director, USGS
Morning session B
OneGeology: improving access to geoscience globally Ian Jackson, Chief of Operations, BGS
North American liaisons Garth Earls, Director, GSNI
Arabian adventures: geological mapping and climate change in Arabia Andrew Farrant, Geologist, BGS
Groundwater animals: extending our understanding of biodiversity in the UK Louise Maurice, Groundwater ecologist, BGS
Life just got complicated Dr Phil Wilby, Geologist, BGS
Afternoon session A
Predict or prepare: natural hazards and human disasters David Kerridge, Head Earth Hazards & Systems, BGS
Groundwater, health and livelihoods in Africa Alan MacDonald, Hydrogeologist, BGS
Marine exploration Robert Gatliff, Head Marine Geoscience, BGS
Carbon capture and storage (CCS):demonstrating the concept Andy Chadwick, Head CO2 Storage Research, BGS
Future energy: renewable energy dividends from our coal mining legacy Diarmad Campbell, Chief Geologist, Scotland, BGS
Keynote: The human planet Iain Stewart, Professor of Geosciences, Communication, University of Plymouth
Afternoon session B
Malthus revisited? Population growth, environmental change and resource limits Andrew Bloodworth, Head Minerals & Waste, BGS
Looking forward to making predictions: BGS’s role in the next decade and beyond. Andrew Hughes, Hydrogeologist, BGS
Panel session
Featuring: Sir David Attenborough, Marcia McNutt (Director, USGS) Iain Stewart (Chair), Randy Parrish (Head of NIGL), Kathryn Goodenough (Geologist, BGS), Mike Ellis (Head of Climate Science, BGS).
Closing remarks
Closing remarks by Jon Gluyas (BGS Board Chair), and BUFI poster prize presentation.

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Edward Greenly

Edward Greenly (1861–1951)[edit]

Cofir am Edward Greenly yn bennaf am ei arolwg daearegol o Ynys Môn, gwaith y bu wrthi am bron pum mlynedd ar hugain o’i fywyd.

Image caption: Edward Greenly. Llun trwy garedigrwydd Terry Williams

Edward Greenly (1861–1951)[edit]

Campwaith pennaf Edward Greenly oedd cwblhau arolwg daearegol manwl o Ynys Môn. Cyhoeddwyd The Geology of Anglesey (Volume 1 and Volume 2) mewn dwy gyfrol yn 1919 ac yna yn 1920 fap daearegol ar y raddfa un fodfedd i’r filltir. Er bod rhannau o’r gwaith wedi’u diweddaru yn ystod y degawdau dilynol, erys ei astudiaeth yn glasur o fri rhyngwladol.

Mapio Môn[edit]

Wrth fapio ynys Môn, gwnaeth Greenly ddefnydd mawr o syniadau tectonig a ddatblygodd wrth iddo fynd i’r afael â gwaith maes cynharach yn Ucheldiroedd yr Alban. Roedd tair prif broblem yn ei wynebu: prinder brigiadau da, yn enwedig mewn ardaloedd mewndirol allweddol bwysig; presenoldeb creigiau gorchuddiol clytiog yn cuddio yn aml y baslawr Cyn-Gambriaidd hŷn; a phresenoldeb toriadau tectonig megis ffawtiau a chylchfaoedd croesrym a oedd yn aml yn rhwystro’r gwaith o gydberthyn gwahanol ddilyniannau o greigiau. Chwaraeodd ei wraig Annie Greenly (Barnard gynt), a oedd yn rhannu ei ddiddordeb mewn daeareg a diwinyddiaeth, rôl hollbwysig drwy baratoi’r mynegai i’w gyfrol.

Ganed Greenly ym Mryste ac fe’i haddysgwyd yng Ngholeg Clifton. Bu’n fyfyriwr yng Ngholeg y Brifysgol, Llundain, cyn ymuno â’r Arolwg Daearegol yn 1889. Yn gyntaf, bu gofyn iddo baratoi arolwg o Ucheldiroedd gogledd-orllewin yr Alban. Daeth yn ffrind agos ac yn gydweithiwr i Ben Peach yr oedd ei archwiliadau wedi bod yn gyfrwng i ddatrys adeiledd cymhleth yr Alban (gan gynnwys adnabod a sylweddoli arwyddocâd Gwthiad Moine). Rhoddodd Greenly y gorau i’w waith gyda’r Arolwg yn 1895 er mwyn iddo, o’i ben a’i bastwn ei hun. roi cychwyn ar ei arolwg o Ynys Môn.

Cyfraniadau pwysig i ddaeareg[edit]

Yn gydnabyddiaeth am ei gyfraniadau pwysig i ddaeareg, cafodd Edward Greenly ei dderbyn yn aelod er anrhydedd o gymdeithasau daearegol Caeredin a Lerpwl, a Chymdeithas Hynafiaethwyr Môn. Dyfarnwyd iddo Fedal Lyell, fawr ei bri, y Gymdeithas Ddaearegol yn 1920, medal Cymdeithas Ddaearegol Lerpwl yn 1933 a doethuriaeth er anrhydedd Prifysgol Cymru yn 1920.

Ar y cyd â Howel Williams, cyhoeddodd Greenly Methods of Geological Surveying yn 1930 a’i hunangofiant A Hand through Time: Memories Romantic and Geological a ymddangosodd yn 1938. Bu farw ym Mangor yn 1951 ac yn briodol iawn fe’i claddwyd ym mynwent Llangristiolus, Ynys Môn. Mae ei fedd wedi’i gyfnodi’n Safle Geoamrywiaeth o Bwysigrwydd Rhanbarthol (RIGS).

Table[edit]

Geologists' Association photograph albums [Green bound][edit]

These two key albums of the GA focus on photographs of members.

The first volume contains portraits of early GA members and then photographs of individuals or groups of members taken on GA field excursions 1922–1977.

The second volume contains photographs of individuals or groups of members taken on GA field excursions 1979 to 1996.

Geologists' Association photograph album [Green bound No. 1][edit]

Henry Dewey was Assistant Director of the Geological Survey. He was a pioneer and authority on Palaeolithic Man, and authority on the West of England, especially Cornish mining. President 1924–26. Received Stopes Medal in 1958.

E.T. Newton F.R.S. Palaeontologist at Geological Survey, Jermyn Street. Authority on fossil vertebrates. President 1896–98.

Dr A.J. Bull.was an authority on photography, and applied this to the photographs in the Proceedings. President from 1926–28, and Chairman of the Weald Research Committee from 1923 until his death in 1950.

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Professor H.L. Hawkins F.R.S. was an authority on fossil Echinoids. He was Professor of Geology at the University of Reading. President from 1938–40.

John Pickering served on committee in 1859, Vice-President from 1860 to 1866. The first specialist in Qaternary non-marine mollusca.

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Charles Davies Sherborne was a professional natural history bibliographer. His greatest work was the "Index Animalium", an index to all recent and fossil genera and species from 1758 to 1850. He was secretary of the Association from 1889–97, and received the Foulerton Award in 1922.

Charles[Charles Davies Sherborne] in the geological excursion days (aged about twenty-five).

Charles [Charles Davies Sherborne] aged 32.

Squire in his corner at the Museum (Aged seventy-four) [Charles Davies Sherborne]

Sir Edward Harrison Kt. has continued the work on: Eoliths and Kentish geology and archeology, begun by his father Benjamin Harrison. He was Vice President of the Association from 1933–35.

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Arthur Wrigley Feb. 1948. Arthur Wrigley was a specialist in study of Tertiary Mollusca and fossil annelids. Contributed numerous papers to the Proceedings. Received Foulerton Award in 1927, and was a Council member and Vice-President.

Miss G.M. Bauer has worked unceasingly for the Midland Group and was given the Foulerton Award in 1924.

Dr. E.E.L. Dixon, who joined in 1897, is noted for his work on the Palaeozoic rocks of South Wales. Foulerton Award recipient 1939.

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Dr. L.R. Cox President 1954–56.

E. Ernest Brown. He devoted much of his life to working for the Association. He was Secretary from 1925–37, President 1948–50. Received Foulerton Award 1941.

G.S. Sweeting. Editor 1932–46. Editor of The History of the Geologists' Association. Received Foulerton Award 1951.

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Professor David Williams. President 1958–1960.

Horace Bolingbroke Woodward

Professor A. Morley Davies was one of our most senior members. He was President of our Association from 1928–30, Editor from 1893–6. He was always a keen supporter of the Association, conducting many field meetings from 1895–1949 and publishing a wealth of papers.

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P.D. Stebbing, Who joined in 1893, has contributed papers to the Proceedings, led field meetings and was President from 1940–42.

Dr. A.J. Bull of Bolt Court, died 15 April 1950.

Emil Montag, who joined in 1897,was given the Foulerton Award in 1943.He has organised many foreign field meetings and acted as interpreter.

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Miss Rosalie N. Yeates was Honorary Librarian from 1924–32. She received the Foulerton Award in 1935.

A.G. Davis contributed a large number of papers to the Proceedings and led many field meetings. He was an authority on Tertiary and Pleistocene palaeontology and fossil microzoa. Palaeontologist to British Petroleum Company. Foulerton Award 1928.

A.S. Kennard. was an eminent authority on Quaternary and Recent non-marine mollusca, and Pleistocene palaeontology. President 1944–46. First recipient of the Stopes Medal 1946.

Clement Reid

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Professor H.L. Hawkins, Okus quarries, Swindon, Wilts., 1923.

Dr. W.J. Arkell 1937.

Dr. W.J. Arkell 1937.

Professor H.L. Hawkins 1937.

The G.A.at Keston Kent April 1927.

Professor W.W. Watts at Crayford. 1931.

Field Meeting to Oxford 1926.

A.L. Leach, April 1943, aged 73.

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Dr. C.W. Andrews, F.R.S., Curator of Fossil Mammals in the British Museum (Natural History), during the museum' s official excavation of the skeleton of a straight-tusked elephant at Upnor near Chatham, Kent, Autumn,1913. Andrews was noted for his work on Tertiary mammals from the Fayum, Egypt. Photo. donated by Dr. A.J. Sutcliffe, 24.5.1979.

Sir Antonio Brady, Kt.,J.P., F.G.S., of Maryland Point, Stratford, Essex, c. 1875.

Pioneer collector of Pleistocene mammalian remains from the brickearths of Ilford, Essex, for a long period in last century. His very large collection is in the British Museum (Natural History). Photo donated by Dr. A.J. Sutcliffe, 24.5.1979.

Page 10[edit]

Miss M.S. Johnston for many years collected invaluable material for the Photographic albums of the Association. She was Illustrations Secretary 1910–25, and a Vice-President 1931–2.

Simeon Priest carried out considerable field work in the Midlands, Hertfordshire, and Kent. He was Curator of Dartford Borough Museum 1934–54. Foulerton Award 1926.Numerous papers in our Proceedings.

E.C. Martin contributed papers to the Proceedings and led field meetings. Was a Council member from 1934–53, Treasurer from 1935–48 and Vice-President 1949–50. Also a Trustee and received Foulerton Award in 1952.

Mr Henry Dewey (holding map). Taken at Grimspound, Dartmoor 1953.

Page 11[edit]

Field meeting to Newcastle July 1931, party at Nenthead, an old mine edit. Showing E.P. Nicholson extreme left and Dr. Dix left of group at rock face. (H.D. Hewitt photo)

Field meeting to Glendun River, Nr. Oushendun, Co. Antrim. I975. (H. Dixon Hewitt photo)

Excursion to Girvan 1932, party at Glen App (Graywacke section). Dr. Pringle right facing, Miss Illington centre, near bus facing, Nicholson extreme left (white hat) (H.D. Hewitt photo)

Ulster meeting 17th. August 1935, party at Brough Derg Burn, Co. Tyrone. (H.D. Hewitt photo)

G.A. Excursion to Dartford Heath, 1931. Pres. by E.E. Brown.

Midland Group field meeting to Dudley, circa 1975. Showing from left to right, Mr. Willetts, H.M. Sale, Miss Lund and Miss Bauer. (presented by Miss Bauer)

Page 12[edit]

Ulster meeting 17th. August 1935. Lough Fea. Back row: Dr. Mitchell, Tomkeieff,?, Fleet, ?, ?, Hobley, McCallien?,?, Davison, Measures?, Champion, Carruthers, Sanger. Second Row, Mrs. Robley (half face only), Mrs. Fleet; Mrs. Russell?, Miss Yeates, Mrs Brown, E.E.S. Brown, Charlesworth. Third Row. (sitting) Mrs Burton, Russel,?, Miss Hackney, Stenhouse, ?, Mrs. Upton?, Reynolds, ?, Mrs. Reynolds. Front Row. Miss E. White, Miss Carrol,?, Raw, Miss Dix, L.R. Cox, Lloyd, Miss Paynter, Shelford, Miss Brown, Temperley, ?, Richey, (R.D. Hewitt photo)

Charnwood Forest Excursion, 27th. September 1936. Professor W.W. Watts searching for the 4ft.6ins volcanic bomb. (M.A. Arber photo)

Aberystwyth Excursion August 8th 1975. Professor O.T. Jones (centre, discoursing) Prof. Whittard (back view in dark jacket) Miss E. White (in white beret). Miss E. Dix (dark head) Mr. E.J. Pegg and Miss Pegg (both back view). (Miss M.A. Arber photo)

Field meeting to Newhurst Quarry, Charnwood. September 1976. Professor W.W. Watts on right. (Miss M.A. Arber photo)

Professor Watts' Excursion to Charnwood 1936. Dr. Matley. 2. Mr. Bower. 3. Miss Harvey. 4 G.S. Sweeting. 5. Dr. E. Dix. 6. Prof. W.W. Watts. 7. Mr. McIntyre. 8. Mr. Gregory. 9. Miss G.M. Bauer. 10. Msr. Fearnsides. 2. Mrs Martin. 17. Miss E. White. 22. R.W. Stott. 25. Dr. K.P. Oakley. (E.C. Martin photo)

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Field Meeting to Appleby, Westmoreland. August 1936. Party outside Bongate Hall Hotel, Appleby. Front row Right to left, Prof. W.B.R. King. D.F.W. Baden Powell. E.E.S. Brown. Middle row sixth from right, Dr. E. Dix. (H.D. Hewit photo)

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G.A. Excursion to Stable Tor Dartmoor in 1922. Led by R.L. Sherlock. Showing Sir Frank Dixey, J. Wynfield Rhodes, W.C. Sargent (with a beard), R. Dixon Hewitt, Miss M.H. Hendricks. Photograph taken by Dr. A.J. Bull and presented by J. Wynfield Rhodes.

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Kettering Excursion June 13th. I937. Mr. Linsdall Richardson (hatless). (M.A. Arber photo)

Pwllheli and Lleyn Meeting September 1938. Party at Carn Fadryn Summit Dr. Matley in front, with E.E.S. Brown behind him. ( H.D. Hewit photo.)

Welling and Codicote Meeting. June 1937. Miss E. White (Field Meeting Secretary) booking an arrangement with J.N. Emery. (Miss M.A. Arber photo)

Pwllheli and Lleyn Meeting. September 1938. Extreme right J.R. Shelford, extreme left E.E.S. Brown. Miss Harvey with hammer centre. (H.D. Hewit photo)

Dumfries Meeting 6th. August 1937. Professor Fearnsides right, E.P. Nicholson left. (H.D. Hewit photo)

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Field Meeting to Wateringbury and Mereworth, 21st. Hay 1939. Party at Pizens Well quarry. On Bank. Left to right, G.V. Himus, E.E.S. Brown (Director), Mollie M. Brown, E. C. Martin, Alan Wood. Foreground. Dr. J.F. Kirkaldy , –, Mrs. Brown, F. Gosling (sitting).

Professor A. Morley Davies and Dr. Emily Dix on the Rhone Valley field meeting, Easter 1936. Professor Roman photo.

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T. Barnard with E.E.S. Brown on the Whitsun Excursion to Lyme Regis. 1948.

A.J. Bull and H. Schaetti at Tilburstow Hill, Surrey. August 1948.

A.J. Bull and H. Schaetti at Tilburstow Hill, Surrey. August 1948.

The Merteratch Glacier near Pontresina.

G.A. Field Meeting to Ivinghoe and Tring 7th May 1946. Showing left to right, E.E.S. Brown, Percy Evans and Professor A. Morley Davies.

A.L. Leach at Tenby. May 1945.

A.J. Bull arrives at Kleine Scheidegg. August 1949.

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"Coral Reef" Meeting September 27th–29th 1939. Lye Hill quarry, near Oxford. Back left Dr. K.P. Oakley, right Dr. W.J. Arkell, Front, Dorothy Hill (all three Directors of the Meeting, with A. Templeman (back view) (M.A. Arber photo)

Green Park, May 1949. Dr. W.J. Arkell centre. (Dr G.W. Himus photo)

E.E.S. Brown taken on the Chesterfield, Derby Excursion 1949.

Excursion to Bognor Regis and Bracklesham. Party at Lavant, Sussex, May 22nd 1948. 2. A.G. Bell 6. A.G. Wrigley. 8. A.H. Ridout. 9. H.D. Hewit. 3. J.H. Williams, 13. F.C. Stinton. 16. D. Curry. 19. Mrs. Bell. 10 Dr. Dunger (Pres. by E.M. Venables)

Field meeting to Cheltenham 1949. 2. Dr. L.R. Cox. 3. Dr. J.F. Kirkaldy. 4. Dr. A.J. Bull. 6. Dr. T. Barnard. 7. Miss R.N. Yeates.  9. Mrs. E.E.S. Brown. 14. Mr. E.E.S. Brown. 16. Prof. Sylvester-Bradley. 17. Miss Hilda Cox. 18. B. Worssam. J. Myers

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Field Meeting to Skye 1951. 3. Dr. J.F. Schairer. 4. Professor E. Lehmann. 6. W.G. Hardie. 2. Dr. D. Flynn. 9. Dr. M.K. Wells. 10. Professor L.R. Wager. (G.N. Rose photo)

G.A. Field Meeting to Isle of Sheppey 1951. Back row: Mr. and Mrs. J. Robinson (extreme right), G.F. Elliott (fourth from right) behind him J.N. Carreck. Front row: W.N. Edwards (second from left) Miss P. Brown (third from left), Mrs. A.G. Davis (second from right), behind her A.G. Davis. (M.W. Carreck photo)

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Grace K. Bauer on the Hereford Excursion May 1954.

Miss Grace M. Bauer taken just after her 80th. birthday, Summer 1958.

Sarsen Field Meeting to Aylesbury, led by Professor A. Morley Davies. 1954–6. Showing Miss E. Andrews, Dr. L.R. Cox, Prof. A. Morley Davies, Dr. F.H. Moore. S.A. Best photo.

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Ernest and Nellie Brown in Rio during the last war.

G.A. Excursion to the New Maidstone Bypass. April 1959. Dr. R. Casey on mound explaining the Gault.A pouring wet day from start to finish. This was E.E.S. Brown's last G.A. Excursion.

E.S. Brown in the 1920s with [unknown].

G.A. Excursion to Matlock 1953. Extreme left Mrs Brown. centre Dr. G.W. Himus, S.E. Ellis to his right. to his right.

G.A. Excursion to Matlock 1951

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GA Party on beach near Charmouth August 1955. Dr. Beer, Dr. W.E. Smith, Dr. D.V. Ager, Dr. L. Cox, Dr. J.J. Veevers, K. Evans, Dr. L.R. Moor, Dr. D.J. Shearman.

GA Sanatorium Quarry, Leckhampton Hill, Cotswolds June 1945. Dr. L.R. Cox, Dr. G.W. Himus, Mrs. R.E. Ager, Mrs. Cox.

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G.A. Field Meeting to Abbey Wood Spring 1955. Front row: left to right, Dr. L.N. Cox, Master Stephen Epps, Mr. F.J. Epps, Mr. J.N. Carreck. (M.W. Carreck photo)

Field Meeting to Northampton. 1955.

Digging out an elephant tusk at Aylesford, Kent. September 1955. From left, standing, Mrs. J.N. Carreck, Dr. M.P. Kerney, Mr. T. Harris, Mr. J.N. Carreck (crouching), Mr. Goodfellow standing second from right, extreme right Mr. J.F. Wyley. (H.N. Wright photo).

G.A. Field Meeting to Aylesford Kent, September 1955. Extreme right Mr. Goodfellow third from right J.N. Carreck, extreme left J.F. Wyley. (H.N. Wright photo)

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Field Meeting to Barrington near Cambridge, July I956. Group of three standing at right, Dr. J.F. Hayward (Left of group), Mr. B.W. Sparks, Dr. R.G. West. (Pres. by Dr. J.F. Hayward) 

Excursion to gypsum mine at Mountfield Sussex, July 1955. Dr. L.R. Cox third from right, Dr. J.F. Kirkaldy behind him, Prof. P. Allen fourth from left. (Mrs. D.M. Weaver photo).

G.A. Excursion to gypsum mine at Mountfield Sussex July 1955. Professor P. Allen (with lamp on helmet) H. Dixen Hewit (without overalls), L.R. Cox (front left), J.P.D. Smith (front row right), also present R.D. Walshaw, A.H.C. Khan, K. Evans, F. Yeo, and Mr. Barber. (D.M. Weaver).

GA Field Meeting to Dartford Heath, September 1956. Led by J.N. Carreck. 2.A.G. Bell. 3. Mrs B. Wymer. 4. Mr. B. Wymer. 6. Mrs A.G. Bell. 7. M.P. Kerney. 8. Miss Stone. 10. Miss Freed. 12. Miss E. Midgeley. 13. D. Garrod. 15. C.E. Everard. 17. J.P. Carreck. 18. D.V. Watkins.  19. J. Docherty. 20. J.H. Kaser. (M.W. Carreck photo)

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Ham Hill, near Rochester Kent. 1954. Left to right, J.N. Carreck, M.P. Kerney, A.G. Davis. At cutting in Early Holocene peats and shell marls of the River Medway. (M.W. Carreck photo)

The Abbé Breuil near site of the new skull fragment (right parietal) of Swanscombe Man, Barnfield Pit, September 1955. (L. Wymer photo)

Mr.A.T. Marston at Barnfield Pit, Swanscombe, July 1955. (Mrs. L. Wymer photo)

A.E. Rixon giving treatment to right parietal of Swanscombe skull at the British Museum. Watched by B. Wymer. August 4th. 1955. (Associated Newspapers Ltd.)

G.A. Field Meeting, Holborough Pit, Snodland, Kent. May 1955. Dr. K.P. Oakley (right), back & leg of Mr. A.G. Davis, Dr. L.R. Cox (facing), Mr. H.M. Montford (side view), Major J.P.T. Burchell (back view). (M.W. Carreck photo)

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Inaugural Meeting of the Jamaica Group of the Geologists' Association. October 7th. 1955. Dr. L.J. Chubb addressing the meeting. Others at the head table from right are Dr. Bryn Davies, Prof. V.A. Zans, Mr. R. Elliot and Mrs. Chubb. On Dr. Chubb's right is Mr. J. Williams and. Mr. M.B. Scott second from left.

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Annual Reunion of North Staffordshire Group of the G.A. Held in Geology Dept. Keele. October 1957. From right. T.S. Purcell (Hon. Sec.) P.S. Keeling (Chairman) Prof. F.W. Cope, J. Myers (Founder of group). Photo Staffordshire Sentinel.

GA Excursion to the Lake District 1956. On Carrock Hill. S.E. Hollingworth (with pipe back row, M.K. Wells, T.C. Nicholas (white hair examining lunch. Now 100 years old & senior Fellow of Trinity College, my wife to his right.

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Austria Field Meeting 1957. Party at Limnological Station , Lunz am Sec. Second from left, Dr. Hancock. 4th. from right, Mrs. Ainsley. (B. Ainsley photo)

Austria Field Meeting 1957. Party at Peat Bog, Lunz am Sec. (B. Ainsley photo)

Austria Field Meeting 1957. Looking East near Brenner Station. Showing left to right, Mr. Maber, Prof. Bostrom, Dr. Collins, Dr. Hallamond, Dr. Cox, Dr. Stonely, Dr. Ager, Mrs Stonely. (B. Ainsley photo)

G.A. Field Meeting to Jersey April 1956. Party at Bonne Nuit Bay Jersey. Showing left to right Henson, A.J. Robinson, A.C. Bishop, A.K. Wells, Miss D.E. Wisden.

Party at Mont Orqueil, showing Micia Casimir centre group, ?, A.C. Bishop, Henson, A.K. Wells, Lord Energlyn.

Party climbing cliff at E. side of Giffard Bay Jersey. Showing extreme left A.J. Robinson centre A.C. Bishop. Micia Casimir end of line.

Photos presented by Dr. Mourant.

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Field meeting to Welsh Borderland, August 2–9th 1958.Party seen in quarry on Old Ludlow Road, Leintwardine. Showing Dr. J.D. Lawson, A.J. Butler, T.C. Nicholas and Mr.& Mrs. Welch. H.N. Wright photo.

Field Meeting to Welsh Borderland, 2–9th August 1958. Party at Church Hill, Leintwardine. Extreme right Mrs C. Welch, 3rd from right J.H.M. Whitaker (Director) (H.N. Wright photo)   

Collecting on the landslip, Whitecliff, near Ludlow. August 1958. Showing Dr. L.D. Lawson, Mr.W.D.I. Rolfe. (Mr. H.N. Wright photo)

Meeting to Welsh Borderland, August I958.From left, 2nd H.N. Wright, 3rd D.V. Watkins, 4th from right A.C.G .Best. 9th from right Prof. C.H. Holland. (Mrs. C.B. Weloh photo)

Field Meeting to Welsh Borderland, 2–9th August 1958. Party in roadside quarry near Mary Knowl Ludlow. (H.N. Wright photo)

Whitsun field meeting to the Weymouth district, Dorsett in 1959. Party on the Fleet shore near Langton Herring, including J.F. Wyley, J.N. Carreck (director), Dr. F.H. Moore, H.M. Montford, J.E. Higginbottom and Mrs. J.N. Carreck (secretary).

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GA Field meeting Austria 1957. Top of Stubnerkogel. Dr. Coll??, Prof. Whittington, Dr. Hallimond. Dr. J.M. Hancock, Dr. Martin, Mr. N.L. Falcon

GA Field meeting Austria 1957. Summit of Stubnerkogel. Dr. P.E. Kent on left. Dr. A. Ruttner on right.

Photographs Presented By Prof. D.V. Ager.

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>Photographs presented by the President H.M. Montford.

>Hanging rocks,Charnwood Forest. May 1961. L.S. Pitt and G. Vallance above measuring dips and cleavages.

>The Charnia quarry. May 1961 Professor Sylvester Bradley In middle front.

>G.A. Party at exposure of Felsitic Agglomerate, Charnwood Lodge grounds, Charnwood Forest. May 1961. Prof. W.S. Pitcher left foreground speaking.> >Prof. Sylvester Bradley right centre.

>E.M. Venables (with Bognor Rock in background GA Field Meeting May 1961.

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>GA Field Meeting Boulonnais April 1966. Dr. J.V. Harrison, Dr. Archie Lamont, Prof. J. Sutton

>GA Field Meeting Boulonnais April 1966. Rev. H. Roper, Dr. J. MacDougall, Dr. P Wallace, Dr. A. Lamont, Prof. J. Sutton, Mr L. Pitt, Dr. F. Holwill.

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Field Meeting to Rutland (Uppingham). May 22nd-23rd. 1965. Photographs donated by Dr. D.F. Merriam.

Pilton Quarry Rutland. Lower Deltaic Series, Middle Jurassic. Prof. P.C. Sylvester Bradley talking to party.

Kings Cliffe Adamix Refractory Clay pit, Rutland. Upper Deltaic Series. From L.to R. Prof. Sylvester Bradley, H.M. Montford, Dr. D.F. Merriam, C.J. Aslin, Prof. Kirkaldy, B. Ainsley.

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Boulonnais, Easter 1966. Dr. W. Smith, Dr. J.V. Harrison, Mr.B. Webster-Smith, ? Mr. Baker or Mr. Betts, Mr.I. Dedman (f), Dr. A. Lamont (c), Rev. H. Hodgess-Roper, Prof. J. Sutton, Mrs. F.H. Moore, Dr. R.S. Collins, Mrs.J. Sutton, Mrs. H. Hodgess-Roper, Mrs. W. Manning, Dr. F.D.C..Henry, Mr. J. MacDougall, Mr. W. Manning, Mr. H.M. Montford,Mr. F. Clark, Mr. I. Wilson, Dr. D.V. Ager (director) Mr. H.A.P. Fowler, Dr. Peigi Wallace (director), Mr. L.J. Pitt, Dr. F.A. Middlemiss, Dr. F. Holwill, Mr. R. Jaworski, Mr. B. Fitzgerald.

Weymouth, Whitsun 1966. Party at Winspit near Swanage. Mr. I. West, (director), Mr. D.J. Shearman (director ), Dr. W. Pulfrey, Mr. A. Best, Miss C. Rose, Mr. G.C. Graver, Mrs. A. Floeckinger, Mrs. G. Hamilton, Mr. D. Pickrell, Mr. P. Kalaugher, Mr. E. Evans,(with cap), ?????,? Mr. Burt, Rev. H. Hodgess-Roper.

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Photo presented by Peter Russell.

Visit to Vesuvius September 1965. Dr. Dollar and the G.A. party on the highest part of the crater rim. Monte Somma in the background. Figure on right, Mr. J. Cheer.

Jones (Newcastle) Lamont. Dr. Dollar Mr. Smith. (Oxford) Mr. Lees, Mr. Hollis. Via St. Maria in Portico, Naples. Italy 1965. Photo presented by Peter Russell.

Visit to Vesuvius, September 1965. The G.A.party on the crater rim. 1. Dr.A.T.J. Dollar. (Director) 2. Dr.A. Lamont. 3.Mrs J. Prichard. (Secretary) 4. Mr. John Dollar. 5 Mr. J.D. Hollis. 6. Mr.G.H. Shepherd.    7. Miss E.M. Appleby. 8. Mr. Nark Dollar. 9. Mr. C.E. Leese. 10./11. Mr.& Mrs. P. Steel

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Dr. D.V. Ager and Dr. Peigi Wallace, at the Boulonnais April 1966.

G.A. Party Annecy : July 1963 Field Meeting - French Jura & Alps.4: B. Ainsly 5: Mr Lees 9: Mrs Ramsay, 14: Dr W. Sargeant 15: Miss M.E. Pugh 22: Mrs B. Ainsly 23: Miss Ramsay 24: J.G. Ramsay 27: Mr L. Pitt 28: Mr.Vagg 30: Dr H.I. Cook.

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Photographs donated by H.WN. Wright

Party at Speeton. Showing R. to L. Prof. J.K. Kirkaldy, 7.J. Burt, Dr. Rawson, H.Y. Montford, and J. Reckie at work.

Party on foreshore at Speeton. Showing Speeton Clay in background. 1. H.M. Montford. 2. M.J. Collins. 3. Prof. J.P. Kirkaldy. 4. Mrs. Montford. 5. Miss M.G. Freed. 6. Mrs. E.N. Matthews. 7. A.G.K. Fear. 8. J. Reekie. 9. Miss J.M. Linfoot. 10. W.O. Glass. 11. S. Whiteley. 12. M.K. Durkin. 13: F.J. Burt. 14. P. Cambridge. 15. M. Goodchild. 16 Dr. G.A. Wells. 17 Dr. P.F. Rawson 18 L.P. Penny. Directors.

Party on foreshore at Sewerby. Mr. L.F. Penny describing the section.

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Field meeting to Small Dole Gault Pit. Henfield Sussex. April 1967. Photographs donated by Mr. J. Wyley.

Henfield and Upper Breeding meeting, May 6th. 1967, at Small Dole Pit, in Gault Clay Henfield, Sussex. Directors Miss A. Ward, and Mr. J. Wyley (third from left) H.N. Wright photo.

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Red Gravel Pit, Farringdon, Berkshire. 22.7.67.

Dr. Lamont at Faringdon, Berkshire. 22. 7. 67.

Small Dole Pit, Upper Beeding, Sussex. 6.5.67.

Henfield, Sussex. 6.5.67.

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Field Meeting in the South of France September 1967. Photographs donated by the Organising Director, Dr. F.H. Middlemiss.

Dr. F.A. Middlemiss on Aptian-Albian Junction, Ravix section, near Villard-de Lans, in the Vercors.

Dr. J.M. Hancock, Mr. Ainsley on the unconformable contact of Barrenian (left) and Senonian (right). Calissane, near the Étang de Berre. Dr. Martin, extreme right, collecting hippuritids.

(L-R) Mlle. Gueirard & Monsieur Orsini (directors), at le Fenouillet, near Hyères.

(L-R) Mr.Julian Hollis, Monsieur Arnaud (director),Mr.Peter Moulds, Monsieur Tempier (director),and Mr. Jim Kennedy. On Lower Jurassic limestones, Les Lamberts, near Aix-en-Provence.

Dividing up lunch. Carniol, near Forcalquier. (L-R) Mr. Amphlett, Mr. Ainsley, Mr.Whiteley, Miss Joan Nash, Professor Austin Miller, Dr. John Eartin, Mrs. Aineley, Dr. Don McBeath, Dr. Frank Dilley (sitting in front), Mr. Pitt and Mr. Leese.

Mlle. Humbert (director) at la Bédoule.

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(L-R) Professor Austin Miller, Mlle.Foury, Monsieur Busnardo (director) (standing), & M. Moullade, Lunch stop, Carniol near Forcalquier.

(L-R) Madame Taxy, Monsieur Philip and Mlle. Hubert at la Bédoule (directors).

Buying drinks and fruit for lunch, Grans, near Salon-de-Provence. (L-R) Mr.Whiteley, Professor Austin Miller, Mr. Leese, Mr. Amphlett, Dr. W.E. Smith and Mr. Julian Hollis.

Messieurs Moullade, Thieuloy, Porthault (directors) and Mr. Amphlett (member), at the Col de Rousset.

L-R, those faces visible) Mr.Pitt, Dr. Dilley (members), and Monsieur le Hegarat (director), overlooking Ardeche river at Pont d'Are.

Field Meetings Secretary (Mr. B. Ainsley) and Organising Director (Dr. Middlemiss) on garnet gneiss at Pramousquier near Cavalaire.

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Reading Excursion 2nd. August 1969. Party at Star Brickworks, Knole Hill (Reading Beds). N.E. Butcher, Director, 4th from right. T. Dunk extreme right. H.N. Wright photo.

Reading Excursion 2nd. August 1969. Bracknell Pit (London Clay). H.N. Wright photo.

Field Meeting to Peterborough District 14th. Sep.1969. Nassington Ironstone quarry. A. Horton director

addressing party. J.F. Wyley (with brief case). H.N. Wright photo.

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Field meeting to Bristol May 1970.

Party on the Clifton auspension Bridge. Looking at the Avon Gorge. Showing Miss Evans. G.A. Kellaway (Director) S.C.A. Holmes (President)

A.B. Hawkins and G.A. Kellaway addressing party on new motorway cutting, near Clevedon Court.

Party awaiting coach at Bristol University.

Party examining Tintern Beds at Milby Heath.

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Field Meeting to the Canterbury area, 11th July 1971. Photographs presented by David Horsley.

Shelford Sandpit, Sturry, showing Oldhaven Beds over Woolwich Bede. Showing Prof. J.F. Kirkaldy.

Party examining the Woolwich Beds at Trolley Park Sandpit.

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Upper Old Red Sandstone in South Breconshire. Friday, 9 November–Sunday, 11 November 1973. Directors: Mr. K. Taylor and Dr. L.P. Thomas, Institute of Geological Sciences, 5 Princes Gate, London SW7 1QN.

From Left to right; Dr. Peigi Wallace, Mr. T.C. Maile, Dr. W.A. Read, ? Mr. R.G. Thomas. ? Mr. A.P. Heward, Mr. R. Lake, Mr. W.S. Barclay, Dr. R. Shepard-Thorn, Dr. Melling, Prof. D.L..Dineley, Dr. L.P. Thomas. Mr. R. Taylor, Mr. D.I. Jackson, Dr. B.P.J. Williams, Mrs S.L. Donovan, Mr. M.K. Durkin, Mrs. J.A. Champion, Misses Roberts.

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Photographs of the Field meeting to West Cornwall 1974. Presented by H.N. Wright.

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Field Meeting to Shropshire, 30th March–4th April 1972. Director Dr. L.R.M. Cocks.

Dr Welch addressing the party in a sand pit at St Agnes on his search for lignite.

The Director Dr, L.R.M. Cocks addressing the party at Robins Tump at the side of Caer Caradoc.

Party looking for graptolites in Buttington Wood Quarry near Breidden Hill, Shropshire.

Party at the Bog near the Stiperstones.

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Party on the bank of the River Greta in Longsdale. Showing left to right, -,-, D.J. Watts, Miss B.S. Gee, R.C. Belcher, Dr. D. Moore, Mr. Fitch, Mrs. A. Needham, Christopher Moore.

Party on the Stiperstones in the mist.

The director, Dr. D. Moore addressing the party by the River Greta.

Party by the River Onny, Shropshire. Lady Bliss (pointing) with Dr. L.R.M. Cocks.

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Party in Coates Quarry, Wenlock Edge, Shropshire, April 1972.

3. Dr. Wells. 4. M. Matheson. 6 Mr. Le Strange. 7. Mrs. Floeckinger. 9. Dr. Cocks. 11 Dr. Wilby. 13. Miss Lingfoot. 14. Mr. Maber. 23. Mr. Bennet. 31. Lady Bliss. 33. Mr Hollins.

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Field meeting to examine the Permo-Triassic rocks of the Nottingham area. 12th-14 July 1974. (H.N. Wright photo)

The party in the Annesley railway cutting (now disused and being filled in).

Dr. F.M. Taylor talking to the party in the Bramcote sand quarry.

The Bramcote sand quarry. The party examining the barite cemented sandstones.

The party admiring the view from Stapleford Hill.

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Malta 7–14 April 1974.

London-Based Geologists' Visit [Transcript of newspaper cutting]

By a Staff Reporter

Twenty-six members of the London-based Geologists' Association (above) yesterday ended a week's visit to Malta during which they studied various aspects of the geology of Malta and Gozo and the stratigraphy and structure of the rocks of the Islands.

The party stayed at the Hotel Metropole and included Prof. D. V. Ager and members from England, France and Denmark. Mr. H.M. Pedley, Dr. B. Waugh and Prof. M.R. House of the University of Hull were also among the group's leaders.

One of the purposes of the visit was to demonstrate the conclusions resulting from work on the Islands extending over the past 20 years.

By courtesy of the Director of the Museum Department, visits were also made to sites of archaeological interest. Last Tuesday they visited the Geology section of the Museum of Natural History at Mdina and were most impressed by the presentation and quality of the exhibits prepared there by Dr. G. Zammit Maempel who, throughout the visit gave help and guidance to the party.

Two days were spent in Gozo studying the circular faults at Xiendi, Qawra, and around Dwejra Bay and Victoria. Marsalforn and Rant Bay.

In Malta the party spent some time studying the coastal sections around Marfa Ridge and the area between Fom ir-Rih and Ghajn Tuffieha. Several places in southern Malta were also visited.

The geological interest of Malta results from the particular position of the Islands between the two hydrographic basins of the Mediterranean and the link it provides between the rock sequences in Africa and southern Europe. During the past few years the Geologists Association has made similar visits to France, Italy, Switzerland, Bulgaria and Spain but this was the Association's first visit to Malta.

The party found many things of interest and met a number of geological problems which are still to be solved. Several members expressed the hope that they would be able to return soon.

From left to right:

Miss E.M. Appleby

? Mrs. D.J. Ward (back row)

Miss N.M. Appleby

Dr. W. Schors

Mr. D.J. Ward

Professor D.V. Ager (President)

Miss M.S. Pugh (back row)

Professor M.R. House (director)

Mr. P.U. Shelford (back row)

Mr. H.M. Pedley (director)

Mr. C.E. Hobley (back row)

Dr. B. Waugh (director)

Mrs. S.M. Matthews (back row)

Mrs. H. Bone

Mr. C.P.J. Ruck

Mr. J.R.D. Blyth (back row)

Dr. E.P.F. Rose

Dr. R.G. Bromley (back row)

Miss D.H. Hamilton

Miss P.M. Statham (back row)

G.A. Excursion to Aston Rowant, Bucks on 7. April 1973. S.C.A. Holmes 2nd on left.

Tracing the sources of the River Fleet. 9. December 1973. From left to right Mrs M.L. Davies, ? Mr. S. Kaser, Miss E.Y. Sheppard, ? Councillor E.S. Billman (director) Mrs. J.A. Champion.

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Photographs of the field meeting to West Cornwall 1974. Presented by H.N. Wright.

Group taken at Priests Cove, Cape Cornwall.

Top row T. Ford. Mrs J. Edwards, N.H. Sollingsworth, C. Edwards, A.J.P. King, J.O. Smith, Dr Hall (director), Miss R.S. Osborn, T.C. Maile, R.D.F. Smith, Mrs W.G. Westcott, W.C. Westcott, R. Townley, K. Mortimer, R. Le Strange, A.C. Fear, C.H. Thomas, Miss A.M./lemmings.Bottom row B.J. Millett, Anny, Frankl-Floeckinger, Mrs C, Lister, N. Jackson (director), M,Goodchild, Miss C.M. Woodward, Miss V. Ferguson, A. Mills, F,E. Bennett, P,A. Hodges, J.R, Amphelett„ F. Holling, Miss Morris, Miss M.E. Pugh (secretary).

Mr N. Jackson discusses the tourmalinisation at Porthiedden (Cape Cornwall).

The party on the beach after a steep climb down at Mullion.

Dr A. Hall and Mr N. Jackson (directors) with the party at Porth Ledden.

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Field Meeting to Eastbourne. 18 May 1975. Director Dr. J.M. Hancock. H.N. Wright photo.

Dr. J.M. Hancock and party near Beachy Head.

The Director Dr J.M. Hancock explaining the conditions of sedimentation of the chalk near Beachy Head.

A problem on a fallen block.

Stable Pit Bradgate Park. Party examining the Quartz Arenite and the Dyke.

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Field Meeting to Worthing area 13 July 1975. Director L.J. Allchin. H.N. Wright photo.

The Director Mr. L Allchin showing the escarpment near Washington.

Deep thoughts in the Washington chalk pit.

The party in the Marley Tile Company's Pit of the Washington Road examining the Folkestone Beds.

A stop on the Washington Road near Barns Farm Lane to examine the Folkestone Sand exposure.

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Field meeting to Lincolnshire 19th September 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.

The party studies the Lower Lincolnshire Limestone in the Thisleton quarry.

The party examines the Lincolnshire limestone in the Greetham pit.

The director Michael Ashton introduces the Greetham pit.

Dr J. Jones showing the sandstones at Tynemouth.

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Field Meeting to Charnwood Forest. 5. July 1975. Director J.B. Moseley. H.N. Wright photo.

The Director Mr J.B. Moseley explaining the slumping near Old Johns Farm.

The party at the rock face near Old Johns Tower examining the impression of Charniodiscus.

Party on Beacon Hill examining the fine grain Tuff.

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Field meeting to Northfleet, Kent. 1st May, 1976 Photographs by H. N. Wright.

The party attacking the chalk in the Portland Cement quarry at Northfleet Kent.

A rest before fossil hunting in the quarry at Northfleet.

Field meeting to Hampshire, 2nd October. 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.

A deep discussion on a windy spot at Christchurch Bay.

Dr. E. Barton explains the degradation of the Barton clay cliffs at Christchurch Bay.

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Denmark and Southern Sweden. 18–28 September 1975. From left to right: Mr. L.W. Avent. Mrs. E.M. Matthews. Miss B. Thomsen. Dr. U. Asgaard (Mrs. Bromley). Dr. B.G. Bromley — director. Miss N. Pallatt. Mrs. E. Wilson. Dr. J.M. Hancock. Mr. R. Mortimore. Mr. M.K. Durkin. Mr. P. Gravesen. Mr. J. Amphlett. Miss B. Godsmark. Mr. C.F. Ruck.

Geologists Association weekend excursion 10–12 October. 1975. Fossil plants of the Yorkshire Jurassic. Phots: Professor T.L. Phillips, Ilinois. Dave Wharron, Chris Hill, John Laing, Keith Fowler, Tricia Allen, Christine Woodward, John Hudson, John Dewar, David Horsley, Val Milne, John Robson, Tom Windle, Cedric Shute, Sharon Shute, Antony Wyatt, Geoff Wilkinson, Lynne Allen.

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Excursion to A.P.C.M. Northfleet, Kent. 1st May 1976. Photos Mersh. (Director)

Excursion to A.P.C.M. Northfleet, Kent. 1st May 1976. Photos Mersh. (Director)

Portlandian of Dorset : 28th–31st May 1976.

L to R: Miss Penny Scantlebury, Lady Bliss, Mr. John Tubby, Dr. W. Wimbledon (director), Dr. G. Townson, and Dr. C. Heywood. Photo; Mary Pugh.

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Excursion to A.P.C.M. Northfleet, Kent. 1st May 1976.

Photos: P.E. Mersh. (Director)

Portlandian of Dorset : 28th–31st May 1976 L to R: Miss Penny Scantlebury, Lady Bliss, Mr. John Tubby, Dr. W. Wimbledon (director), Dr. G. Townson, and Dr. C. Heywood. Photo; Mary Pugh.

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Field Meeting to Slindon, 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.

Dr. G.A. Kellaway introduces the Slindon pit to the party.

The party in the Eartham pit examining the chalk and sand.

The party examines the sands of the Eartham pit.

Dr. J. Farnaby examines the sands and gravel in the Slindon pit.

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G.A. Excursion to Eastern Mendips. 1977. Photos: H.N. Wright.

Mr. C.J.P. Copp explains the geology of Valais Vale.

A fissure filled with calcite.

The director C.J.P. Copp with the party in Cloford quarry. In the picture are Miss M. Pugh, Dr. J.A. Greaves and R.B.J. Smith.

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Field Meeting to Durham and Northumberland. 16–26th July 1976. Photographs by H.N. Wright.

Dr M.E. Tucker explains the limestone faulting on the Howick foreshore.

Dr L. Smith describes the Permian formations at Trow Point.

Dr B.A.O. Randall shows a Whin Sill dyke on the foreshore of Holy Island.

Group taken in the Barrasford Whin Sill quarry. From left to right: R.H. Sawyer, Dr J. Farnaby, Dr M.E. Tucker secretary, Mrs M.M. Champion, Mrs M.R. Henderson, Miss J. Farmer, T. Pettigrew, Miss J.E. Hardy, Miss Vines, H. Burnip, Mrs D.E. Watts, Mrs G.E. Williams, F. Bennet, Dr. C. Heywood, J.A. Champion, H. le Strange, Miss T. Leslie, E.W. Avent, Dr. G.A.L. Johnson director, Dr. B.A.O. Randall director, P.A. Hodges, R.L. Riches J.E. Clements, M.E. Thienpont, D.R. Hughes.

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A Cotswold Miscellany. Saturday 7th May 1977 Photos: H.N. Wright.

The present source of the Thames at the Lyd Well.

The party hunting for fossils in the Fiddlers Elbow Oolite quarry.

Party at the Seven springs near Thames Head Bridge.

Mr R.E. Butler the director explains the dry valley of the early Thames.

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Field Excursion to Costa Blanca, S.E. Spain. 27th, December–3rd January 1976. Photographs by George Best.

Frank Moseley Harry Gamble Sam Winter, Karen Strutt, Carol Lister, Mike Collins.

Lunch near Yascerat.

Large group photo: Paul Morris, William Ball, Harry Gamble, Maureen Ball, Joanna Edwards/Cyril Edwards, Gwen Wallace, Carol Lister, Dianne Watts, Dorothy Whittaker, Dick Whittaker, Karen Strutt, John Amphlett, Pat Moseley, Frank Mosley, Sam Winter, Ted Nevill, Victor Dennison, Edward Dennison, Sue Hopson, Joy Hopson.

Left to right: Trevor Ford, Karen Strutt, Mike Collins (hidden in bank row), Ted Neville. "Hoppy" Hopson, Peter Hopson, Paul Morris, Ruth Osborn, Carol Lister, Harry Gamtle, Maureen Ball, William Ball, John Perkins and Victor Dennison.

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Re-interpretation of the Upper Chalk, Sussex. 15th May 1977. Photos H.N. Wright.

The party in the new quarry in Shoreham. [With sketch:] 1st meeting with Rory[?] Haydon Bailey

Mr. R. Northmore the director explains the chalk zones in the new quarry at Shoreham.

The party on the foreshore at Seaford.

R. Northmore demonstrating the flint bands at Seaford.

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Irish Geological Association/G.A. Meeting to Anglesey and Southern Ireland. 4th June–12th June 1977 Photos: H.N. Wright.

Drs A.J. Barber and E. Max (directors) consider a problem from Mr J.E. Clements.

A cold start on the Kilmore beach. Dr M. Max introduces the section.

The party examine a[n] amphibolite intrusion in the limestones on Llanddwyn Island, Newborough.

Dr A.J. Barber (director) makes very important point. Also in the picture Miss M.E. Pugh (secretary) and ? R. Thorpe.

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Dinner photograph.

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Dinner photograph.

Geologists' Association photograph album [Green bound No. 2][edit]

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Field Meeting to study the. Tertiary Igneous rocks of Rhum. 16th–23rd June 1979. Director Dr. C.H. Emeleus.

A view from Cnapan Breaca. Kinloch Castle in the background.

A conglomerate filled channel cut in basalt near Fionchra.

The party rests on the side of Minishal. In the photograph are from left to right: Dr C. H. Emeleus (director), Mr A. V. Mascull, Mr C. Langdon, Mrs A. Kenyon, Mrs M. Langdon, Ms B. Loney, Mr D. Horsley, Mr E. W. Advent.

On the rocks at Harris.

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Geologists' Association Field Meeting in Elba and the adjacent Italian mainland, 25th August–1st September 1979. Leaders: Dr. John Morton, Secretary: Mrs Carol Lister.

Alpi Apuane (Tuscany), amid marble and dolomite. Left to right, back rows Anny Floeckinger, Jack Knight, Mike Durkin, John Morton, Nellie Mayott, Alan Sergent, Wendy Squire, Tom Paterson, Sarah Shearme, Harry Burnip. Front row: Neville Robarts-Arnold, Edna Appleby, Margaret Stoyel.

Refreshments at San Piero in Campo, Elba. Left to right: Mike Durkin, John Morton, Anny Floeckinger, Tom Paterson, Nellie Maylott, Bernice Godsmark, Sara Shearme.

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Church Stretton 1–5 May 1981.

In the classic Cambrian Comley Quarry now a geological reserve. The party searching for fossils amongst debris.

The director Dr P. Toghill explaining the Tuffs on Ragleth Hill.

A lunch break on Ragleth Hill with a fine view of the Stratton valley.

In the Acton Scott Quarry examining the 'calcareous sandstones.

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Field Meeting on the mineralogy of Cornwall, 14th–19th March, 1980. Leaders Mrs Carol Lister and Dr. Chris Halls. Cligga Head Quarry. Left to right: David Williams, Charles Fearnley, John Allen, Felicity Williams, John Blyth, Tony King, Allan Cotton, Mike Durkin, Margaret Rushbridge, Alan Crow, Paul Rainey, C. Ralfs, Dennis Buchanan, David Westlake, Carol Lister.

Field Meeting on the mineralogy of Cornwall, 14th–19th March, 1980. Leaders Mrs Carol Lister and Dr. Chris Halls. Great Wheal Prosper China Stone Quarry. Left to right: Mr. Courtney Smale (of Goonvean & Rostonsrack China Clay Co. Ltd), Alan Cotton, Margaret Rusbridge, ? , Tony King, John Allen, Mr. C. Ralfs.

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Hercynides Field Meeting 28th May–31st May 1982. Directors: K.P. Isaac, P. Chandler, P.J. Turner. Secretary: C.J. Lister. Group photo at the "Melange" outcrop Wheal Betsy. 1. Tony Dunk 2. Alan Driscole 3. W.K. Thompson 4. Peter Jackson 5. Paul Chandler 6 Irene Katchourin 7. Preston Hicks 8. Peter Tyre 9. John Clements 10. Margaret Rusbridge 11. Mike Durkin 12. Blake Jackson 13. Marilyn Carter 14. Kevin Isaac 15. David Horsley 16. Charlotte Welch 17. S.H. Cooper 18. Eva Kolski 19. Alfred Dipple.

Hercynides Field Meeting 28th May–31st May 1982. Directors: K.P. Isaac, P. Chandler, P.J. Turner. Secretary: C.J. Lister. members of the party at summit of Brent Tor (left to right): Alfred Dipple, Preston Hicks, Tony Dunk, Kevin Isaac, Margaret Rusbridge, Charlotte Welch, W.K. Thompson, David Horsley, Alan Driscole (just visible Mike Thomas).

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Quaternary sands and loams in the Eartham pit.

Fossil hunting on the foreshore at Bracklesham.

On the sands of Bracklesham. S.C. Holmes and M. Goodchild in the picture.

Members in the Earthham pit having a introductory talk by Mr S. Flitton.

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Field Meeting to Pegwell Bay, Kent 27 June 1981

The director Mrs C. M. Welch showing the party the Thanet Beds.

Fossil hunting and identification at Pegwell Bay.

On the beach of Pegwell Bay.

The members returning to the coach. The photograph shows the chalk, Thanet Beds and loess.

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Lower Greensand end Western Weald 9th July 1983. Photographs donated by E.D. Wright.

"Behold the Folkstone Sands". Dr F. A. Middlemiss in the Marley Tile quarry Storrington.

Dr F.A. Middlemiss discusses the landscape from Hindhead.

On the top of Older Hill after a steep climb.

The party in a sunken lane at Park Mound Palborough. Puttenham Beds exposed.

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Lunch break at St Margrets Bay.

The party examining the cliff on foreshore at St Margrets Bay.

Mr. N. D. Robinson the director with the party on Abbots Cliff.

The Party on the narrow Abbots Cliff Path near Folkstone.

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G.A. field meeting to Chinnor Chalk Quarry. Chilterns and Oxford excursion, 20/2/93. D. Horsley, photo.

G.A. excursion to Knowl Hill, Berkshire, 13/3/93. Michael Oates, Leader centre back. D. Horsley, photo.

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Ron Roberts at a roadside cutting, Central Aegean Field Trip Summer 1993.

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Saturday 22 June 1996. Visit to Chislet Colliery, Kent. Members hunting for fossil plants on the spoil tips left above ground.