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The Proterozoic and Palaeozoic development of the Armorican and Cornubian provinces.
J. T. Renouf
A progress report on geological investigations in the Liskeard area of south east Cornwall (Abstract)
C. J. Burton
Fammenian conodonts and cavity inlills in the Plymouth Limestone (S. Devon).
M. J. Orchard
Ostracod ages from the Upper Devonian purple and green slates around Plymouth.
A. J. Gooday
The age of the Upper Palaeozoic volcanics between Bodmin Moor and Dartmoor.
E. B. Selwood
An appraisal of the “Lizard-Dodman-Start Thrust” concept
Exmoor Thrust? Variscan Front?
S. C. Matthews
Postulated graben structures in southern Britain (Abstract)
Chevron folding in the Upper Carboniferous rocks of north Cornwall.
D. J. Sanderson
On the correlations of the Haldlon and Aller Gravels, south Devon.
R. J. O. Hamblin
Gradients of buried channels in Devon.
E. M. Durrance
Some aspects of Quaternary fluvial activity in south-west Cornwall, England.
A. C. Wilson
Discordant calc-silicate bodies in the Botallack area.
N. J. Jackson and D. H. M. Alderton
Geochemistry of Devonian sediments in the Perranporth area, Cornwall.
Geochemistry and petrogenesis of elvan dykes in the Perranporth area, Cornwall.
Granite porphyries in Cornwall.
Petrochemistry of the mica-lamprophyres (minettes) of Jersey (C. I.).
G. J. Lees
The distribution of zinc and Copper in the granites of S. W. England and its relationship to the geochemistry of the halogens.
Bibliography of rock analyses from the greenstone belt of S.W. England. Part 1: Major elements.
P. A. Floyd
Distribution of Uranium in the Land’s End Granite and aureole, and various greenstones from Cornwall.
I. R. Wilson and P. A. Floyd
Mineral deposits from the Okehampton, Mendip and Exmoor areas (Abstract)
R. F. Youell
New evidence on mineral deposits from central Exmoor
New evidence on the mineral workings of Exmoor (Abstract)
F. J. Rottenbury and R. F. Youell
Pendarves Mine: Some comments on the main crosscourse. The Tryphena lode at the granite/killas contact and lode/elvan relationships
Grylls Bunny, a ‘tin floor’ at Botallack.
N. J. Jackson
W. A. E. Ussher: His work in the south-west.
D. L. Dineley