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THE GEOLOGY OF SHROPSHIRE BY CHARLES LAPWORTH (1910) (SECOND HAND COPY)

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THE GEOLOGY OF SHROPSHIRE


By Charles Lapworth and W.W. Watts (1910)

(30 page booklet)

(Second hand copy in good condition)

  

Charles Lapworth was an English geologist who pioneered the use of index fossils and identified the Ordovician period.

  

This little booklet is his account of Shropshire's geology, reprinted from the book 'Geology in the Field'.

  

Published by the Geologists' Association. 1910. Soft cover. Black and white illustrations and maps, and two pages of black and white photographic plates. Softback. 30 pages. Good condition. Foxing to edges of cover.

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Size: 21 x 14 centimetres (approx. A5 size)
Weight:  68 grams

PRICE: £6.00