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Soils of England and Wales, Sheet 4 (Folded): Eastern England

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Series: Soils of England and Wales Volume: 4
By: Soil Survey of England and Wales(Author)
1:250,000 folded colour map & legend manual
Soils of England and Wales, Sheet 4 (Folded): Eastern England
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This is one in a series of six maps that covers the whole of England and Wales, this particular map covering Eastern England. The folded map is accompanied by a legend booklet that briefly describes the constituent soil associations. Map and sheet come in a transparent plastic sleeve. A flat version is also available.

Dimensions: folded: 13.5 × 25.5 cm (W × H); unfolded: ~ 101 × 108 cm (W × H)

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Out of Print
Series: Soils of England and Wales Volume: 4
By: Soil Survey of England and Wales(Author)
1:250,000 folded colour map & legend manual
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