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Part IB - Cumbria

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The Part IB Cumbria mapping course in the
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Howgill Fells takes place before the start of second year. A ten-day trip, this is your first chance to learn crucial mapping and other field techniques. Straddling the geology of the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, the area features marine Lower Palaeozoic sediments and volcanics, Carboniferous deltaics and carbonates, and the spectacular Dent Fault Zone.








Last updated on 23-Jan-12 13:02

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