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William Smith Geological Map
William Smith Geological Map
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Geological Strata 19C
Geological Strata 19C
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Geological Map of Oxfordshire
Geological Map of Oxfordshire
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Kelloways Stone
Kelloways Stone
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William Smiths Geological Map
William Smiths Geological Map
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Earliest man tracked by tooth, discovery in Pliocene strata
Earliest man tracked by tooth, discovery in Pliocene strata
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Cornish rock face
Cornish rock face
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Weathered Granite, Mourne Mountains
Weathered Granite, Mourne Mountains
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Lias Shales at Portrush Indurated By Dykes
Lias Shales at Portrush Indurated By Dykes
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Magheralin, Moira, Boulder Clay Overlying Indurated Chalk
Magheralin, Moira, Boulder Clay Overlying Indurated Chalk
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Chalk Capped By Boulder Clay, Magheralin Quarry, Moira
Chalk Capped By Boulder Clay, Magheralin Quarry, Moira
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Contorted Schists, Rossapena, North West Donegal
Contorted Schists, Rossapena, North West Donegal
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Earliest man tracked by tooth, discovery in Pliocene strata Featured Print

Earliest man tracked by tooth, discovery in Pliocene strata

The earliest man tracked by a tooth: an astounding discovery of human remains in Pliocene strata. An artist's vision of Hesperopithecus (the ape-man of the western world) and contemporary animals. The finding of a fossil molar tooth in the Snake Creek beds of Sioux County, Nebraska, USA, has led to claims by anthropologists as to the origin of man. Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Indurated Chalk Capped By the Plateau Basalts, Whitewell Qua
Indurated Chalk Capped By the Plateau Basalts, Whitewell Qua
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Transverse Dykes Or Sills in Triassic Sandstone, Scrabo
Transverse Dykes Or Sills in Triassic Sandstone, Scrabo
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Thomas Sopwith (1803-1879) & geological models
Thomas Sopwith (1803-1879) & geological models
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Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins
Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins
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Sopwith Model VII: Surface denudation of veins
Sopwith Model VII: Surface denudation of veins
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Sopwith Models: denudation & faulting
Sopwith Models: denudation & faulting
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Sopwith Model II: Coal strata near Newcastle
Sopwith Model II: Coal strata near Newcastle
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Sopwith Model VII: Denudation of mineral veins
Sopwith Model VII: Denudation of mineral veins
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Sopwith Model VI: Intersecting mineral veins
Sopwith Model VI: Intersecting mineral veins
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Sopwith Model XI: Vertical intersecting veins
Sopwith Model XI: Vertical intersecting veins
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Sopwith Model XII: Mineral vein denudation
Sopwith Model XII: Mineral vein denudation
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Sopwith Model VIII: Overcutting of strata
Sopwith Model VIII: Overcutting of strata
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Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins Featured Print

Sopwith Model XII: Denudation of mineral veins

This model shows the influence of surface denudation and faulting on inclined strata, with increased complexity to the situation in Model VII. The discontinuity between the beds as viewed at the surface can be seen. Thomas Sopwith (1803 - 1879) was an eminent geologist and civil engineer who pioneered methods of representing geological features. This set of wooden models were designed to represent geological situations with faults, folds, inclines and strata that were particularly relevant to the mining industry

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Sopwith Model VII: Surface denudation
Sopwith Model VII: Surface denudation
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Sopwith Model X: Denuded basset of strata
Sopwith Model X: Denuded basset of strata
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Sopwith Model V: Dislocations of coal strata
Sopwith Model V: Dislocations of coal strata
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Sopwith Model IV: Fallacious coal indications
Sopwith Model IV: Fallacious coal indications
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Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata
Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata
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Sopwith Model I: Stratified rocks/denudation
Sopwith Model I: Stratified rocks/denudation
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Sopwith Model II: Coal strata nr Newcastle
Sopwith Model II: Coal strata nr Newcastle
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Cover of Thomas Sopwiths Geological Model Set
Cover of Thomas Sopwiths Geological Model Set
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Thomas Sopwiths Geological Model Set
Thomas Sopwiths Geological Model Set
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Elderly lady not overly generous with her tipping
Elderly lady not overly generous with her tipping
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Tramp asks a horrified lady for a hairpin to clean his pipe
Tramp asks a horrified lady for a hairpin to clean his pipe
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Dragon Rock - Port Soderick - Isle of Man
Dragon Rock - Port Soderick - Isle of Man
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Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata Featured Print

Sopwith Model III: Dislocation of strata

This model represents the side of a valley of denudation, with undisturbed horizontal beds of sedimentary rock when fully assembled. The model can also be taken apart to reveal the pattern of outcrops that would occur when faults are present. Significantly it illustrates how a single seam of coal, when subject to erosion and faulting, could outcrop in several areas and appear as multiple beds of coal. Thomas Sopwith (1803 - 1879) was an eminent geologist and civil engineer who pioneered methods of representing geological features. This set of wooden models were designed to represent geological situations with faults, folds, inclines and strata that were particularly relevant to the mining industry

© Mary Evans / Natural History Museum

Outlying rocks, Bermuda 1873
Outlying rocks, Bermuda 1873
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Rock structure, Burmuda 1873
Rock structure, Burmuda 1873
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Fossilised Tellinella rostralis, tellin bivalve
Fossilised Tellinella rostralis, tellin bivalve
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Geological unconformity on the river Jed
Geological unconformity on the river Jed
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Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis
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Peculiar stratifications just outside the dockyards, Bermuda
Peculiar stratifications just outside the dockyards, Bermuda
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Rock formation, Bermuda 1873
Rock formation, Bermuda 1873
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Fossil tooth of some extinct monstrous unknown animal from W
Fossil tooth of some extinct monstrous unknown animal from W
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Lower Chalk
Lower Chalk
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William Smiths geological table
William Smiths geological table
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Volcanic eruption
Volcanic eruption
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Slipped Strata
Slipped Strata
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