IT may perhaps be interesting to the readers of NATURE to know that here at Oldham we have recently laid bare a fine sample of a carboniferous forest. We are here, as you are aware, situated on the middle coal-measures, Oldham Edge (800 feet) being the highest outcrop of that series.
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NIELD, J. Carboniferous Forest at Oldham. Nature 22, 30–31 (1880). https://doi.org/10.1038/022030b0
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