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Table of Contents for the Proceedings of the Shropshire Geological Society No.8 (1989)

Brenchley, P. (1989). Ordovician sediments and palaeogeography, p.1-2

McKerrow, S. (1989). The Silurian of Shropshire, p.3-5

Jones, G. (1989). Iceland 1987, p.1

Gibson, S. (1989). Field Meeting Report: fossil fish remains in the Devil's Hole section, near Morville, led by Maggie Rowlands and Peter Tarrant, 10 April 1988, p.7-11

Powell, A. (1989). Field Meeting Report: "Ice and Fire" field weekend in Snowdonia, led by Malcolm Howells and Ken Addison, 14/15 May 1988, p.12-16

Gibson, S. (1989). Field Meeting Report: Ordovician rocks of South Shropshire, led by Bill Dean, 12 June 1988, p.17-19

Gibson, S. (1989). Field Meeting Report: the Talyllyn Valley, led by Warren Pratt, 17 July 1988, p.20-21

Henthorn, D. (1989). Field Meeting Report: the Carboniferous of South Wales, led by Sue Gibson, p.22-24

Scholey, J. & Ingle, D. (1989). The new Studley Tunnel, p.25-27

Whittaker, A. (1989). Deep geology: method and results, p.28-29

Bradshaw, R. (1989). Metamorphism: the process that turns ugly ducklings into swans, p.30-31

Complete volume, p.1-31

 

 

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Summaries of papers

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Brenchley, P. (1989). Ordovician sediments and palaeogeography, p.1-2

The account of a lecture describing the Ordovician sediments and volcanics of Shropshire, and their palaeogeography.

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McKerrow, S. (1989). The Silurian of Shropshire, p.3-5

The account of a lecture describing the Silurian sediments, palaeoenvironments and stratigraphy of Shropshire.

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Jones, G. (1989). Iceland 1987, p.1

An account of a geological holiday around the volcanoes, geysirs and glaciers of Iceland.

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Gibson, S. (1989). Field Meeting Report: fossil fish remains in the Devil's Hole section, near Morville, led by Maggie Rowlands and Peter Tarrant, 10 April 1988, p.7-11

The purpose of the field meeting was to visit the fossil fish remains in the Devil?s Hole section, near Morville.

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Powell, A. (1989). Field Meeting Report: "Ice and Fire" field weekend in Snowdonia, led by Malcolm Howells and Ken Addison, 14/15 May 1988, p.12-16

The purpose of the field meeting was to visit the glacial and igneous geology outcropping in Snowdonia.

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Gibson, S. (1989). Field Meeting Report: Ordovician rocks of South Shropshire, led by Bill Dean, 12 June 1988, p.17-19

The purpose of the field meeting was to visit Ordovician exposures in South Shropshire.

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Gibson, S. (1989). Field Meeting Report: the Talyllyn Valley, led by Warren Pratt, 17 July 1988, p.20-21

The purpose of the field meeting was to examine the evidence for the direction of movement of the Talyllyn Fault within the valley between Tywyn and the Cross Foxes Hotel, which runs on to Bala as the Bala Fault.

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Henthorn, D. (1989). Field Meeting Report: the Carboniferous of South Wales, led by Sue Gibson, p.22-24

The purpose of the field meeting was to examine the Carboniferous outcrop across South Wales.

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Scholey, J. & Ingle, D. (1989). The new Studley Tunnel, p.25-27

The New Studley Tunnel forms part of the Elan aqueduct. The site investigation at Clee Hill was outlined, enabling a description of the geological structure of the hill through which the tunnel leads. The construction of the project is explained, in particular how tunnelling methods were adapted to suit the diverse geology encountered.

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Whittaker, A. (1989). Deep geology: method and results, p.28-29

Methods of investigating deep geology and preliminary results from Central England.

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Bradshaw, R. (1989). Metamorphism: the process that turns ugly ducklings into swans, p.30-31

An overview of metamorphism.

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Complete volume, p.1-31

All papers.

   

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McKerrow, S. (1989). The Silurian of Shropshire. Proceedings of the Shropshire Geological Society8, 3-5. ISSN 1750-855X (Print), ISSN 1750-8568 (Online)
 

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