Monday, 10 February 2014

1864 Catalogue of Minerals at the Museum of Practical Geology

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Unrelated to this post, below is an example of
eclectic science esoterica 

 North Pennine Batholith (the Weardale Granite), adapted from Kimbell et al. (2010). Images Thomas Arney
The batholith is composed of five plutons
A: Weardale Pluton.
B: Tynehead Pluton.
C: Scordale Pluton.
D: Rowlands Gill Pluton.
E: Cornsay Pluton

Exploratory boreholes, Rookhope (1961) and Eastgate (2004)

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