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It took a surprisingly long time for a definitive list of Scottish hills in the range 2000-2500 feet to appear, but in the 1997 edition of Munro's Tables the SMC adopted the list of Grahams that Alan Dawson had published in 1992.Of Dawson's other Scottish lists, the Murdos (1995) and the New Donalds (1995) were motivated by a desire to bring objectivity to the classification of Munro Tops and Donalds.Completions of Grahams and Simms are recorded by Alan Dawson in the Relative Hills of Britain website.

The Channel Islands are included in the British Humps and Tumps.

The evolution of the database can be followed in a series of Marhofn articles.

The editorial team (in order of joining) comprises Graham Jackson, Chris Crocker, John Barnard, Simon Edwardes, George Gradwell, Mark Jackson, Jim Bloomer and Dave Marshall.

The SMC also records completions of Corbetts, Grahams and Donalds by those who have completed the Munros.

Completions of Corbetts are recorded by Dave Hewitt.

The Channel Islands are included in the British Humps and Tumps.

The evolution of the database can be followed in a series of Marhofn articles.

The editorial team (in order of joining) comprises Graham Jackson, Chris Crocker, John Barnard, Simon Edwardes, George Gradwell, Mark Jackson, Jim Bloomer and Dave Marshall.

The SMC also records completions of Corbetts, Grahams and Donalds by those who have completed the Munros.

Completions of Corbetts are recorded by Dave Hewitt.

Breaking new ground was Corbett Tops and Corbetteers (1999).