Bibliography of Bradford Hundred Geology

Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire


Ager, D.V., D.T. Donovan, W.J. Kennedy, W.S. McKerrow, D.C. Mudge & B.W. Sellwood 1973. Geologists’Association Guides, No. 36: The Cotswold Hills.

Anon 1970. A guide to the history and geology of Bath stone.

Barron, R.S. 1976. The geology of Wiltshire.

Cunnington, William 1853. The Bradford Clay and its fossils. WAM 6, pp. 1-10.

Delair, Justin B. 1973. The dinosaurs of Wiltshire. WAM 68A, pp. 1-7.

Delair, Justin B. 1982. New and little-known Jurassic reptiles from Wiltshire. WAM 76, pp. 155-164.

Edmonds, J.M. 1982. The first ‘apprenticed’ geologist. WAM 76, pp. 141-154.

Findlay, 1976. Soils of the southern Cotswolds. Soil Survey of Great Britain.

Forster, A., Hobbs, P.R.B., Monkhouse, R.A. & Wyatt, R.J. 1985. Environmental geology study: parts of west Wiltshire and south-east Avon. British Geological Survey report (available as a PDF in a new tab).

Geddes, Isobel 2003. Hidden Depths: Wiltshire’s geology and landscapes.

Geddes, Isobel 2014. Geology, landscape and building stone around Bradford-on-Avon. Bradford Museum booklet.

Gorham, A.P. 1930. The upper and lower junctions of the Midford Sands at Limpley Stoke, south-east of Bath. Geological Magazine, vol. 67, pp. 289-297.

Green, Gilbert W. & Donovan, Desmond T. 1969. The Great Oolite of the area around Bath. Bulletin of the Geological Survey 30, pp. 1-63.

Harmer, F.W. 1907. On the origins of certain cañon-like valleys. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society of London, vol. 43, pp. 470-514.

Hawkins, Derek 2011. Bath stone quarries.

Palmer, T.J. & Fürsich, F.T. 1974. The ecology of a Middle Jurassic hardground and crevice fauna. Palaeontology, vol. 17, pp. 507-524.

Penn, I E and Wyatt, R J. 1979. The stratigraphy and correlation of the Bathonian strata of the Bath-Frome area. Report of the Institute of Geological Sciences, No. 78/22, 23-88.

Price, Liz 1984. Bath freestone workings.

Wyatt, R.J. & Cave, R. 2002. The Chalfield Oolite Formation (Bathonian, Middle Jurassic) and the Forest Marble overstep in the south Cotswold, and the stratigraphical position of the Fairford Coral Bed. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, vol. 113, pp. 139-152.