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THE HIGHLANDS CONTROVERSY. Constructing Geological Knowledge through Fieldwork in 19C Britain by David R. Oldroyd

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Softcover in very good condition, just very slightly bumped at top spine edge. Internally in fine condition. With 12 colour plates, numerous illustrations, diagrams and maps in the text, a few are full page with detailed maps and sections. ix, 438pp, including Bibliography and Index. For Publisher's full synopsis - see photo. The author uses archival material and his own extensive reconstruction of the 19C fieldwork in a case study showing how detailed maps and sections made it possible to understand the exceptionally complex geological structure of the Highlands.

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Author(s):
OLDROYD, David R.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23x16cms
Edition:
First edition
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
438
Publisher:
The University of Chicago Press. 1990
Title:
THE HIGHLANDS CONTROVERSY. Constructing the Geological Knowledge through Fieldwork in 19C. Britain.

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Softcover in very good condition, just very slightly bumped at top spine edge. Internally in fine condition. With 12 colour plates, numerous illustrations, diagrams and maps in the text, a few are full page with detailed maps and sections. ix, 438pp, including Bibliography and Index. For Publisher's full synopsis - see photo. The author uses archival material and his own extensive reconstruction of the 19C fieldwork in a case study showing how detailed maps and sections made it possible to understand the exceptionally complex geological structure of the Highlands.

Author(s):
OLDROYD, David R.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
23x16cms
Edition:
First edition
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
438
Publisher:
The University of Chicago Press. 1990
Title:
THE HIGHLANDS CONTROVERSY. Constructing the Geological Knowledge through Fieldwork in 19C. Britain.

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