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Geological Map of Northern Ireland (Solid Geology)

By: MR Cooper(Author), TP Johnston(Author), IC Legg(Author), WI Mitchell(Author), DM Reay(Author), RAB Bazley(Author), Geological Survey of Northern Ireland(Author)
Colour map (scale: 1:250 000, dimensions: 100 × 89 cm, W × H))
Geological Map of Northern Ireland (Solid Geology)
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This map is available in either flat format (BKF 94759), or folded and cased format (BKF 94760).

Information on this map has been taken from 1:63 360 and 1:50 000 maps of the Geological Survey of Northern Ireland, 1:100 000 maps of the Geological Survey of Ireland and from published papers by various authors.

The map of Donegal is essentially the same as that compiled by W S Pitcher for the first edition of tiff this sheet (1977) with amendments (1996) by G I Alsop (University of St Andrews) and D H W Hutton (University (Of Birmingham). Unpublished information on the Lower Palaeozoic rocks was supupplieced by by T B Anderson and P Dalzell, and on Caledonian intrusives by I G M< Meighghan and J C Neeson (The Queen's University of Belfast) and W E Stephens (University of St Andrews).

Topography based upon Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland maps, dated 1996. The representation on this map of a road, track or path is no evidence of the existence of a right of way. Heights are in metres.

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By: MR Cooper(Author), TP Johnston(Author), IC Legg(Author), WI Mitchell(Author), DM Reay(Author), RAB Bazley(Author), Geological Survey of Northern Ireland(Author)
Colour map (scale: 1:250 000, dimensions: 100 × 89 cm, W × H))
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