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Latest revision as of 08:01, 15 September 2020

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Excursion to Lyme Regis.—Easter, 1906, Friday, April 13th to Tuesday, April 17th - Geologists' Association excursion (Geologists' Association Circular No. 71. Session 1905–1906 p.4.) Copyright: Geologists' Association.

Sections of the Dorsetshire cliffs, from Lyme Regis to Burton Bradstock. Horizontal Scale one-and-a-half inches to a mile.

Vertical Scale much exaggerated.

14 Chert gravel, Upper Greensand, and Gault.

13 Forest Marble

12 Fuller's Earth

11 Inferior Oolite.

10 Midford (or Bridport) Sands.

9 Upper Lias

8 Sand

7 Laminated Beds (Middle Lias)

6 Starfish bed (Middle Lias)

Clay with Ammonites margaritatus (Middle Lias)

Three Tiers (stone-beds) (Middle Lias)

5 Clay (Green Ammonite Beds). (Lower Lias)

4 Pale-grey Marl (Belemnite Beds). (Lower Lias)

3 Dark clays and shales( Black Marl). (Lower Lias)

2 Limestones (Blue Lias'. (Lower Lias)

1 White Lias. Rhaetic Beds.

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