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Journal

The Geologist

Year

1859

Volume

Vol.2 (1859)

Page

Page 262

Species

Coordinates: [413, 1477, 0, 0, 0, 0], Details: "common"=>["blank"], "scientific"=>["blank"]

Inscription

Coordinates: [442, 838, 0, 0, 0, 0], Details: "text"=>["HULL", "Lincolnshire Wolds", "Yorkshire Wolds", "h", "Louth", "d", "b", "f", "g", "Market Weighton", "a", "c", "e", "THE WASH", "Lynn"]; Coordinates: [219, 1135, 0, 0, 0, 0], Details: "text"=>["Lign. 1. — Map of part of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, and Norfolk, showing the Outcrop and Range of the Red Chalk.", "a. Speeton Clay.b. Coral-oolite,c. Inferior oolite.d. Lias.e. New Red.f. Kimmerton clay.g. Greensand.h. Chalk.i. Gault.", "Inferior oalite", "Ilias", "New Red", "Kimmeridge Clay", "Greensand", "Chalk ", "Gault", "Map of Part of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, and Norfolk, showing the Outcrop and Range of the Red Chalk", "Speeton clay", "Coral-oolite"]

PageID

46197968

Classification No

7

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