Applied Geology Mapping

The Applied Geology Mapping maps were produced as part of "Geological background for planning and development" and preliminary sand and gravel projects carried out by the British Geological Survey for the Department of the Environment, Scottish Development Department and Scottish Office from 1975 to 1996. Some sets were called Environmental Geology Maps (EGM’s), others Planning For Development (PFD’s). The maps and sections cover a number of themes for c. 50 specific areas within the United Kingdom. Map scales are 1:10 000, 1:25 000 and 1:50 000. Most, but not all sets of maps were accompanied by a BGS Technical Report and two, Glenrothes and Upper Forth Estuary were accompanied by a reports in the published IGS and BGS Report Series.

 

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Sheet number Sheet title Published year View record
  NS74NE Map no. 6 Shallow mining 1987  Full entry
  Dublin, Drift edition 1902  Full entry
  Geology of the British Islands. 1977  Full entry
Title sheet  The Quarter inch geological map of England and Wales: prepared in 1906-1910 on the Ordnance Survey revised map of England and Wales [Tilte sheet] 1910  Full entry
Index to colours  Index to colours and symbols used on the Quarter-inch Map of England and Wales, 1927. 1927  Full entry
  Central Wales Mining field 1:100,000. Mineral Reconnaisance Programme. 1974  Full entry
  Geothermal map of the United Kingdom 1:1,500,000. 1985  Full entry
  Sea bed sediments around the United Kingdom (North Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1987  Full entry
  Sea bed sediments around the United Kingdom (South Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1987  Full entry
  Quaternary geology around the United Kingdom (North Sheet) 1:1 000 000. 1994  Full entry

 

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Hutton field: well correlation diagram.
Small scale (non-series) maps
Hydrogeology
Small scale (non-series) maps