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The Glaciation of Wales and Adjacent Areas

Edited By: Colin A Lewis and Andrew Richards
228 pages, 100 figs, tabs
Publisher: Logaston Press
The Glaciation of Wales and Adjacent Areas
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Fifteen leading geographers and quarternary scientists have contributed to produce the latest information on the quarternary development of Wales, the Cheshire-Shropshire Lowlands, Severn Valley, South West Peninsula, and the East Coast of Ireland and adjoining Celtic Sea basins.

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Edited By: Colin A Lewis and Andrew Richards
228 pages, 100 figs, tabs
Publisher: Logaston Press
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