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Nature volume 142, page 662 (08 October 1938) | Download Citation



IN his opening sentence, the author points out that “In England and Wales We are singularly placed to appreciate the relationship of scenery and structure, for few other parts of the earth's surface show in a similar small area so great a diversity of rock types and of landscape features”. In this attractive little book, addressed to walkers and motorists, as well as to students, an easily intelligible and pleasantly written attempt to stimulate that appreciation has been made.

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