The aim of this large-format volume, as the back cover tells us, ‘is to provide a public record of the features of interest and importance at localities already notified, or being considered for notification as ‘Sites of Special Scientific Interest’ SSSis’. The volume describes more than 100 such sites, exposing Aalenian–Callovian sedimentary rocks, over the whole Middle Jurassic outcrop of Great Britain: an elongated area that stretches from the Dorset Coast, through the Cotswolds, Midlands to Yorkshire and also takes in the Hebrides. The authors involved are B. M. Cox, N. Morton, K. N Page, M. G. Sumbler and R....

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