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Pebbles in Essex And Beyond

Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide
By: Rosalind Mercer(Author)
16 pages, 20 colour photos, colour illustrations and colour maps
Pebbles in Essex
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  • Pebbles in Essex ISBN: 9780953483211 Unbound Apr 2017 In stock
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This highly informative and attractive folded poster has been produced by the Essex Rock and Mineral Society to explain the fascinating world of pebbles in their infinite variety. It accompanies the other two posters: Fossils in Essex and Essex Rocks.

Concentrating on Essex pebbles but applicable to most counties in the south-east, this guide charts the formation of many of our distinctive pebble types from their origin in Cornwall, Wales or elsewhere to their current resting places on our beaches and in our gravel pits. Along the way it tells the story of the origins of the landscape we see today.This highly informative and attractive folded poster has been produced by the Essex Rock and Mineral Society to explain the fascinating world of pebbles in their infinite variety.

Concentrating on Essex pebbles but applicable to most counties in the south-east, this guide charts the formation of many of our distinctive pebble types from their origin in Cornwall, Wales or elsewhere to their current resting places on our beaches and in our gravel pits. Along the way it tells the story of the origins of the landscape we see today.

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Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide
By: Rosalind Mercer(Author)
16 pages, 20 colour photos, colour illustrations and colour maps
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