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Saturday, 23 April 2011

The Superficial deposits of the Salisbury Area

 This is a crucial publication -- well worth a look.  It was published in 2006.  It's BIG -- 256 pp of detail, with large sections on solid geology and a good section (including lots of borehole data) dealing with Clay-with-flints and Quaternary deposits.  Sadly, Stonehenge is right on the northern edge of the map, and it would be good to have similar detail for the areas to the west and north, where crucial evidence may be lurking.......

Geology of the Salisbury sheet area - NERC Open Research Archivenerc.ac.uk
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Report on the Geology of Sheet 298 Salisbury and its adjacent area. ...... margins of the Salisbury Plain Training Area in the north to the ridge south of ...
http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/7175/1/IR06011.pdf

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