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On the Durham Salt-District
Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society
THE new salt-field in the North of England occupies the low-lying country bordering the estuary of the Tees,'situate partly in Yorkshire, partly in Durham, and bounded by the Magnesian Limestone district of Durham on the north, by the Jurassic hills of Cleveland on the south, and by the German Ocean on the east ~. At the present time this salt-field has a proved or fairly indicated area of at least twelve square miles. Of this area, however, more than half lies beneath the sea, and is thereforedoi:10.1144/gsl.jgs.1888.044.01-04.48 fatcat:hhalgnrapveijpjm5pvumapn5y