Ref NoLDGSL/713/2
TitleMaps of East Anglia and the Thames Valley, annotated with geological lines, notes and colouring
Date[1862-1881]
LevelSubSeries
Extent19 maps
FormatMap/section
DescriptionMaps of East Anglia and the Thames Valley, annotated with geological lines, notes and colouring by Searles Valentine WOOD jnr, used as field maps during research into glacial deposits in the south east of England, latterly in collaboration with Frederic William Harmer, [1862-1872]. Base maps are Ordnance Survey, one inch (Old Series) sheets nos.1,2, 47-51, (quarter sheets).
Administrative HistoryThe Ordnance Survey sheets nos.1-2 are likely to have been used to compile Wood jnr's paper on glacial and postglacial deposits which was read before the Society 19 June 1867, see: LDGSL/712/1. Ordnance Survey sheets nos.47-51 relate to the collaborative project with Frederic William Harmer, see: LDGSL/714.
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LanguageEnglish
Related MaterialThe Ordnance Survey sheets nos.1-2 are likely to have been used to compile Wood jnr's paper on glacial and postglacial deposits which was read before the Society 19 June 1867, see: LDGSL/712/1; for Frederic William Harmer's maps, see: LDGSL/714.
ArchNoteDescription by John Thackray; revised by Caroline Lam
CreatorNameWOOD | Searles Valentine, the younger | 1830-1884 | geologist
SubjectPleistocene
TermGeological mapping
Geological surveys
Persons
CodePersonNameDates
DS/UK/103WOOD; Searles Valentine, the younger (1830-1884); geologist1830-1884
Places
CodePlaceName
NA107London
NA108Thames Valley
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