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Rocks and Scenery of the Peak District

Out of Print
By: Trevor D Ford
96 pages, Col photos, b/w illus, maps
Rocks and Scenery of the Peak District
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  • Rocks and Scenery of the Peak District ISBN: 9781843060260 Paperback Dec 2002 Out of Print #132829
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About this book

Introduction to the rocks and landscape of the Peak District. Based on over 50 years of experience in the geology and mineralogy of the region.

Contents

Introduction; Limestones of the White Peak; Toadstones - Lavas and Ashes; Millstone Grit; Structures - Folds and Faults; Minerals and Mines; Pocket Deposits; The Great Ice Age; Rivers and Drainage; Dry Valleys; Edges and Tors; Loess; The Peak District in the Late Ice Age; Landslips; Tufa; Screes; Caves; Areas of Special Interest; Further Reading

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Out of Print
By: Trevor D Ford
96 pages, Col photos, b/w illus, maps
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