Geology / Minerals / Metallurgy [USED] Geology of the country around Church Stretton, Craven Arms, Wenlock Edge & Brown Clee

[USED] Geology of the country around Church Stretton, Craven Arms, Wenlock Edge & Brown Clee

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Greig, D.C., Wright, J.E., Hains, B. A., and Mitchell, G.H., hardback, 379 pages, Her Majesty's Stationery Office, 1968.

Geological survey of Great Britain.

This memoir describes the geology of part of the Welsh Borderland in South Shropshire. The rural scenery owes much of its beauty to striking contrasts between high moorland areas, long, tree-clad scarps, stretching across the country, and intervening broad grassy dales, given over to agriculture. The geological framework from which this scenery has been carved consists of rocks, ranging in age from Pre-Cambrian to Carboniferous, which have been the subjects of classic geological research from the early years on the 19th century onwards.
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