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Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society

Nature volume 96, page 675 (17 February 1916) | Download Citation



YORKSHIRE long ago made its appeal to geologists on account of its magnificent coast-sections, carved out of strata abounding in marine remains. In memory of the work of the late Mr. C. Fox-Strangways, who was so long connected with the Geological Survey, the Yorkshire Geological Society has issued a bibliography which will be of value wherever Carboniferous, Jurassic, and Glacial deposits arouse interest. The work has been based on an incomplete manuscript prepared by Mr. Fox-Strangways, and has been undertaken in a most thorough spirit by Mr. T. Sheppard, of the Hull Museums, who is well known by his “Geological Rambles in East Yorkshire.”

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