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  • | London Clay Formation | London Clay Formation
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  • | London Clay Formation
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  • ====== London Clay Formation (LC) ====== The London Clay Formation is the youngest bedrock unit within the Andover district. The formation con
    4 KB (633 words) - 15:22, 28 July 2015
  • ...accurately. Surfaces generated in the London Basin geological model (base London Clay Formation and base Thanet Sand Formation) were loaded into the City of London model w
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  • | style="background-color: #b39c7c;" | London Clay Formation ...silty sand (Ellison, 2004<ref name="Ellison 2004"></ref>). The top of the London Clay Formation weathers to a brownish colour.
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  • | colspan="10" | London Clay Formation
    7 KB (949 words) - 11:36, 7 December 2015
  • | Thames Group, comprising London Clay Formation and Bagshot Formation
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  • | London Clay Formation | rowspan="2" | '''London Clay Formation'''
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  • ...ands of the Reading Formation (part of the Lambeth Group), overlain by the London Clay Formation, locally capped by river terrace gravels. These generate surface streams wh
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  • The Lambeth Group, London Clay Formation and various Quaternary deposits were used for brickmaking in the past but t
    4 KB (583 words) - 15:23, 28 July 2015
  • ...cement) which overlies the Lambeth Group and is succeeded by the thick '''London Clay Formation''' which is the most widespread of the Palaeogene deposits in the London re
    15 KB (2,308 words) - 15:19, 6 February 2017
  • ...reous mollusc fossils and scattered sharks’ teeth are typical fossils. The London Clay Formation is present in both the London and Hampshire basins, and is up to 130m thick
    13 KB (2,066 words) - 16:10, 28 July 2015
  • ...gether in the model, such as the Thames Group (THAM), which is composed of London Clay Formation and Bagshot Formation.
    3 KB (515 words) - 15:01, 2 March 2018
  • | LONDON CLAY FORMATION | LONDON CLAY FORMATION
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  • | London Clay Formation&nbsp;–&nbsp;bedrock ...n the south of the area, and becoming thicker and deeper to the north. The London Clay Formation averages 14 m in thickness, and at its thickest point in Tower Hamlets it i
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  • ...plain environments, although a relatively deep-water marine unit (the London Clay Formation) was laid down during times of high sea level in the Ypresian. ...Ypresian, the earliest Eocene stage, lies at approximately the base of the London Clay Formation. There is thus a time interval, during which the upper part of the Lambeth
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  • ...pending on the local sequences, or gravelly sandy clays at the base of the London Clay Formation. ...dy clays of the Harwich Formation, or to sandy clays of the Walton Member (London Clay Formation), or to shelly grey clays of the Upper Shelly Clay (possible Brixton Format
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