Geological notes and local details for 1:10 000 sheets TM 18 NW, NE, TM 19 SW and SE : (Gissing, Pulham Market, Bunwell Street and Long Stratton) : part of 1:50 000 sheet 175 (Diss)
Zalasiewicz, J.A.. 1988 Geological notes and local details for 1:10 000 sheets TM 18 NW, NE, TM 19 SW and SE : (Gissing, Pulham Market, Bunwell Street and Long Stratton) : part of 1:50 000 sheet 175 (Diss). Nottingham, UK, British Geological Survey, 17pp. (WA/88/036) (Unpublished)Before downloading, please read NORA policies.
This report describes the geology of a group of four National Grid 1:10 000 sheet areas, TM 18 NW, NE, TM 19 SW and SE. These fall within the confines of the Diss (175) 1 :50 000 Geological Sheet. The area was first surveyed on the one inch scale by W.H. Dalton in 1880-1883 as part of the Old Series One-Inch Geological Sheet 66, published in 1884. A descriptive memoir was published in 1884. The present 1:10 000 revision survey was conducted by S.J. Mathers and J. A. Zalasiewicz in 1985. Uncoloured dye-line copies of the 1: 10 000 geological sheets may be obtained through the Map Sales Dept., British Geological Survey, Keyworth. The 100 square kilometres of Norfolk described include the villages of Bunwell, Aslacton, Forncett St. Peter, Tharston, Long Stratton, Winfarthing, Gissing, Tivetshall St. Margaret and Pulham Market. One major north-eastwards flowing river, the Tas, dominates the drainage.
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|Programmes:||BGS Programmes > Other|
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