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Iceland

Geology Guide
By: Michael Bamlett(Author), John F Potter(Author)
80 pages, 27 b/w illustrations and b/w maps
Iceland
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  • Iceland ISBN: 9780900717727 Paperback Dec 1994 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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This geology guide gives details of 15 geological itineraries around the island, based on a series of visits to Iceland organised by the Birkbeck College (University of London). These may be reasonably completed in one day by a group with it own adequate transport. This guide does not include all the sites of geological interest in Iceland, but instead it provides a representative selection of such sites for the interested visitor.

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Geology Guide
By: Michael Bamlett(Author), John F Potter(Author)
80 pages, 27 b/w illustrations and b/w maps
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