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Inevitably, I suppose, there will be some mistakes somewhere. I'm sorry if these cause you problems. As far as possible the content is based on primary sources but I found mistakes even in these so I cannot be responsible for the consequences of any errors. If you do find any please let me know.
Budding geologists should beware of the names of geological units. Because stone-slates have not been commercially important for about 100 years they are often omitted from more recent geological memoirs etc. In the meantime the units named in the primary sources have often been renamed and allocated to different formations. The names used here are as up-to-date as possible but this process continues so you would be wise to check.
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Terry Hughes
December 2003