Following hot on the heels of British Upper Jurassic Stratigraphy (no. 21 in the series) and British Middle Jurassic Stratigraphy (no. 26 in the series) comes the volume to complete the study of the System and the Period as exemplified by exposures in England, Scotland and Wales. I have to say that I find these volumes extraordinarily useful. Basic stratigraphy is often published in a wide spectrum of regional journals and special symposia: having so much data brought together under one cover is valuable indeed. The information in this and its companion volumes is such as to take you by...

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