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The Quaternary of the Exe Valley and Adjoining Areas Field Guide

Geology Guide
By: Laura S Basell(Author), AG Brown(Author), PS Toms(Author)
163 pages, illustrations, colour & b/w maps
The Quaternary of the Exe Valley and Adjoining Areas
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The Quaternary of the Exe Valley and Adjoining Areas was produced to accompany the Field Meeting to the Exe Valley and adjoining areas, based at Exeter Court hotel, Kennford, 4th-7th April 2011.

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Geology Guide
By: Laura S Basell(Author), AG Brown(Author), PS Toms(Author)
163 pages, illustrations, colour & b/w maps
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