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Graham Cannon


  • talking pointSubscription

    1 June, 2002Updated: 19 February, 2009

    A more sensible approach is needed towards precautions against geological carbon dioxide, says Graham Cannon.

  • GeologySubscription

    1 October, 1999Updated: 19 February, 2009

    Geology in the North West ranges from soft deep alluvial deposits and peats on the Lancashire coast to the fertile plains of Mercia Mudstone, through the rolling hills of the Central Lancashire Coal Measures to the upland Millstone Grit moors and the drier limestone Yorkshire Dales, before reaching the steep almost Alpine terrain of much harder older igneous and metaphoric rocks of the Lake District.