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The Geology and Scenery of the South Downs National Park

Geology Guide Out of Print
Series: The South Downs Series Volume: 3
By: David Robinson(Author)
104 pages, 125 colour & b/w photos and colour & b/w illustrations
The Geology and Scenery of the South Downs National Park
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  • The Geology and Scenery of the South Downs National Park ISBN: 9780904973242 Paperback Jul 2013 Out of Print #210149
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The Geology and Scenery of the South Downs National Park provides an introduction to the origin and characteristics of the rocks that underlie the Park. It describes how the scenic features of different parts of the Park are related to the geological history of the region and to the processes of weathering and erosion that have acted on the rocks in the past – and those which continue tomodify the landscape at the present day.

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The author, David Robinson, is Reader in physical geography at the University of Sussex and memberships’ include a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.

Geology Guide Out of Print
Series: The South Downs Series Volume: 3
By: David Robinson(Author)
104 pages, 125 colour & b/w photos and colour & b/w illustrations
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