Traces the palaeogeographical evolution of the British Isles and surrounding areas from late Precambrian times through to the present day - an interval of approximately one thousand million years. The only work of comparable scope, Wills' classic Palaeogeographical Atlas of the British Isles was published 40 years ago, before the advent of plate tectonic theory and the offshore exploration programme, so that this publication provides a completely new stratigraphical overview of the geology of the British Isles in the context of modern Earth Sciences.
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