In describing the desired profile of a well-balanced memoir in the Geological Society series, most of which arise from a successful conference, the Society makes it clear that “the editors are expected to commission papers that were not presented at the meeting to ensure that the book provides a balanced coverage of the subject.” No such remedial action was needed in the case of Memoir 33, even though all contributions here are written by a single author, J. Barry Dawson. Dr. Dawson has succeeded admirably in presenting the balanced coverage sought by the Society. He has left “no stone unturned”,...

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