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LANG JB 1968: James Frederick Jackson (1894-1966). PDNH and AS 89, 18-19.
LANG JB 1978: Submerged forest at Charmouth. PDNH and AS 98, 113.
LANG WD 1903: On a fossiliferous bed in the Selbornian of Charmouth. Geol. Mag. 40, 388-92.
LANG WD 1904: The zone of Hoplites interruptus (Bruguiere) at Black Ven, Charmouth. Geol. Mag. 41, 124-31.
LANG WD 1906: Excursion to Lyme Regis, Easter 1906. In Woodward HB and Young GW. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 19 (9), 323-4. 328-9.
LANG WD 1907: The Selbornian of Stonebarrow Cliff, Charmouth. Geol. Mag. 44, 150-6.
LANG WD 1912: The use of the term 'Charmouthian'. Geol. Mag. 49, 284-5.
LANG WD 1913: The Lower Pliensbachian - 'Carixian' of Charmouth. Geol. Mag. 50, 401-12.
LANG WD 1914: The geology of the Charmouth cliffs, beach and foreshore. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 25 (5 and 6), 293-360.
LANG WD 1914a: Geol. Assoc. Lond. Circular 166. #
LANG WD 1915: On some new uniserial Cretaceous cheilostome Polyzoa. Geol. Mag. 52, 496-504.
LANG WD 1917: The Ibex zone at Charmouth, and its relation to the zones near it. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 28, 31-6.
LANG WD 1919: Old age and extinction in fossils. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 30, 102-8.
LANG WD 1919a: The evolution of ammonites. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 30, 49-65.
LANG WD 1922: Catalogue of the fossil Bryozoa (Polyzoa) in the British Museum (Natural History). The Cretaceous Bryozoa. 4 The cribrimorphs part 2. London.
LANG WD 1924: The Blue Lias of the Devon and Dorset coasts. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 35, 169-85.
LANG WD 1925: Polyzoa. In Cox LR. PDNH and AFC 46, 164-7.
LANG WD 1926: The submerged forest at the mouth of the river Char and the history of that river. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 37, 197-210.
LANG WD 1928: Landslips in Dorset. Nat. Hist. Mag. 1 (6), 201-9.
LANG WD 1932: The Lower Lias of Charmouth and the Vale of Marshwood. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 43, 97-126.
LANG WD 1933: The geology seen at the Golden Cap meeting. PDNH and AS 54, 145-72.
LANG WD 1935: Mary Anning of Lyme, collector and vendor of fossils, 1799-1847. Nat. Hist. Mag. 5, 64-81.
LANG WD 1936: The Green Ammonite Beds of the Dorset Lias. Q.J. geol. Soc. Lond. 92, 423-37.
LANG WD 1936a: Review of 'The Dorset Coast - a geological guide' by GM Davies. Nat. Hist. Mag. 5 (37).
LANG WD 1936b: Demonstration at the British Museum (Nat. Hist.) South Kensington. 'Mary Anning, Fossilist'. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 47 (1), 65-7.
LANG WD 1939: Mary Anning (1799-1847) and the pioneer geologists of Lyme. (Pres. Add.) PDNH and AS 60, 142-64.
LANG WD 1940: Ammonites (Pres. Add.) PDNH and AS 61, 98-116.
LANG WD 1941: Early days of natural history at Charmouth. PDNH and AS 62, 97-113.
LANG WD 1943: Blue Lias. PDNH and AS 64, 129.
LANG WD 1943a: Black Marls. PDNH and AS 64, 129.
LANG WD 1943b: Green Ammonite Beds and Cretaceous junction. PDNH and AS 64, 129-30.
LANG WD 1943c: Landslip. PDNH and AS 64, 130.
LANG WD 1944: Shales with Beef, birchi horizon. PDNH and AS 65, 147.
LANG WD 1944a: Black Marl capricornoides horizon. PDNH and AS 65, 148.
LANG WD 1944b: Black Marl obtusus horizon. PDNH and AS 65, 148.
LANG WD 1944c: Black Marl Epophioceras horizon. PDNH and AS 65, 148.
LANG WD 1944d: Black Marl Post-stellaris horizon. PDNH and AS 65, 148.
LANG WD 1944e: Black Marl Echioceras horizon. PDNH and AS 65, 149.
LANG WD 1944f: Slip. PDNH and AS 65, 149.
LANG WD 1944g: A brachiopod horizon in the Lower Lias of Dorset. PDNH and AS 65, 150-3.
LANG WD 1945: Blue Lias. PDNH and AS 66, 128-9.
LANG WD 1945a: Black Marl. PDNH and AS 66, 129.
LANG WD 1945b: Belemnite Marls. PDNH and AS 66, 129.
LANG WD 1945c: Three letters by Mary Anning 'Fossilist' of Lyme. PDNH and AS 66, 169-73.
LANG WD 1945d: Obituary of Sir AS Woodward. PDNH and AS 66, 14-15.
LANG WD 1946: Blue Lias. PDNH and AS 67, 88.
LANG WD 1946a: Belemnite Marls. PDNH and AS 67, 89.
LANG WD 1946b: The Coinstone of the Charmouth Lias. PDNH and AS 67, 145-9.
LANG WD 1947: The beaches near Charmouth. PDNH and AS 68, 90-2.
LANG WD 1947a: James Harrison of Charmouth, geologist (1819-1864). PDNH and AS 68, 103-18.
LANG WD 1947b: Blue Lias. PDNH and AS 68, 90.
LANG WD 1948: Lower Lias, Black Marls. PDNH and AS 69, 121.
LANG WD 1948a: Submerged Forest. PDNH and AS 69, 121.
LANG WD 1948b: Bunter pebbles. PDNH and AS 69, 121-2.
LANG WD 1949: Blue Lias. PDNH and AS 70, 123.
LANG WD 1949a: Black Marls. PDNH and AS 70, 123.
LANG WD 1949b: Cow-stone. PDNH and AS 70, 147-54.
LANG WD 1950: Geological notes. PDNH and AS 71, 136-7.
LANG WD 1950a: More about Mary Anning, including a newly-found letter. PDNH and AS 71, 184-8.
LANG WD 1950b: The post-Eocene development of the valley of the Char. Proc. Geol. Assoc. 61, 158-60.
LANG WD 1951: Bunter Quartzite pebbles. PDNH and AS 72, 132.
LANG WD 1951a: Coast erosion between Lyme and Golden Cap. PDNH and AS 72, 132-3.
LANG WD 1952: Geological notes. PDNH and AS 73, 176-7.
LANG WD 1952a: Pyramidal pebbles. PDNH and AS 73, 203-4.
LANG WD 1953: Fuller's Earth. PDNH and AS 74, 111.
LANG WD 1953a: Submerged forest. PDNH and AS 74, 111.
LANG WD 1953b: Charmouth cliffs. PDNH and AS 74, 111.
LANG WD 1953c: Mary Anning and the fire at Lyme in 1844. PDNH and AS 74, 175-7.
LANG WD 1955: Vertical Beef. PDNH and AS 75, 133.
LANG WD 1955a: Corals. PDNH and AS 75, 133-4.
LANG WD 1955b: Cliff erosion. PDNH and AS 75, 134.
LANG WD 1955c: Charmouth beach. PDNH and AS 75, 134.
LANG WD 1955d: Mud-flows at Charmouth. PDNH and AS 75, 151-6.
LANG WD 1956: Lias insects. PDNH and AS 76, 110.
LANG WD 1956a: Lias dinosaur. PDNH and AS 76, 110.
LANG WD 1956b: Oxford Clay. PDNH and AS 76, 110.
LANG WD 1956c: Striated nodule. PDNH and AS 76, 110.
LANG WD 1956d: Charmouth cliffs and beach. PDNH and AS 76, 110.
LANG WD 1956e: Mary Anning and Anna Maria Pinney. PDNH and AS 76, 146-52.
LANG WD 1956f: Nature Conservancy. PDNH and AS 77, 39.
LANG WD 1956g: Coast erosion. PDNH and AS 77, 39-40.
LANG WD 1956h: Research PDNH and AS 77, 40.
LANG WD 1956i: Fossils. PDNH and AS 77, 40.
LANG WD 1956j: Discussion on communication read by Scott Simpson on the trace fossil Chondrites. Proc. geol. Soc. Lond. 1537, 85.
LANG WD 1957: Lias. PDNH and AS 78, 30.
LANG WD 1957a: Cretaceous. PDNH and AS 78, 30.
LANG WD 1957b: Alluvium. PDNH and AS 78, 30-1.
LANG WD 1957c: Coast erosion. PDNH and AS 78, 31.
LANG WD 1958: Lower Lias, Blue Lias. PDNH and AS 79, 23.
LANG WD 1958a: William Moore - a letter to H. de la Beche. PDNH and AS 79, 23.
LANG WD 1958b: Lower Lias, Black Marls. The Pentacrinite Bed. PDNH and AS 79, 23-4.
LANG WD 1958c: Lower Lias, Black Marls. Charmouth Bridge. PDNH and AS 79, 24.
LANG WD 1958d: Kimmeridge Clay. PDNH and AS 79, 24.
LANG WD 1958e: Coast erosion. PDNH and AS 79, 24-5.
LANG WD 1959: Lower Lias, Black Marls, Flat Stones. PDNH and AS 80, 22.
LANG WD 1959a: Lower Lias, Black Marls, Higher Sea Lane. PDNH and AS 80, 22.
LANG WD 1959b: Kimmeridge Clay. PDNH and AS 80, 22.
LANG WD 1959c: Coast erosion and cliff founders. PDNH and AS 80, 22.
LANG WD 1959d: Mary Anning's escape from lightning. PDNH and AS 80, 91-3.
LANG WD 1960: Rhaetic. PDNH and AS 81, 29.
LANG WD 1960a: Lower Lias, Black Marls. PDNH and AS 81, 29-30.
LANG WD 1960b: Coast erosion. PDNH and AS 81, 30.
LANG WD 1960c: Portraits of Mary Anning and other items. PDNH and AS 81, 89-91.
LANG WD 1961: Lower Lias, Black Marls, lowest beds. PDNH and AS 82, 38.
LANG WD 1961a: Lower Lias, Black Marls, beds 76-84. PDNH and AS 82, 38.
LANG WD 1961b: Submerged forest. PDNH and AS 82, 38-9.
LANG WD 1961c: Coastal erosion. PDNH and AS 82, 39.
LANG WD 1961d: Mud-flows. PDNH and AS 82, 39.
LANG WD 1961e: Thunderbolts. PDNH and AS 82, 39.
LANG WD 1961f: The Buckmans, father and son. PDNH and AS 82, 73-6.
LANG WD 1962: Lower Lias, Shales with Beef. PDNH and AS 83, 34.
LANG WD 1962a: Lower Lias, Black Shales, bed 83. PDNH and AS 83, 34.
LANG WD 1962b: Lower Lias, Black Marl, stellaris zone. PDNH and AS 83, 34.
LANG WD 1962c: Aalenian, Bridport Sands. PDNH and AS 83, 34.
LANG WD 1962d: Bathonian Forest Marble. PDNH and AS 83, 34-5.
LANG WD 1962e: Oxfordian. PDNH and AS 83, 35.
LANG WD 1962f: Coast erosion. PDNH and AS 83, 35.
LANG WD 1963: Mary Anning and a very small boy. PDNH and AS 84, 181-2.
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