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[[File:P992165.jpg|thumbnail|Figure 2 Sketch map showing the distribution of facies associations in the Jersey Shale Formation. Redrawn from Helm and Pickering, 1985, fig.15.]]
 
[[File:P992165.jpg|thumbnail|Figure 2 Sketch map showing the distribution of facies associations in the Jersey Shale Formation. Redrawn from Helm and Pickering, 1985, fig.15.]]
 
[[File:P992191.jpg|thumbnail|Plate 2 Intertidal reefs near Petit Etacquerel show Jersey Shale Formation medium to thick amalgamated sandstones with thinly bedded sandstones (bottom left). A chaotic bed occurs just above the notebook. The cliffs in the background consist of north-west granite. (Photograph by Dr D. G. Helm).]]
 
[[File:P992191.jpg|thumbnail|Plate 2 Intertidal reefs near Petit Etacquerel show Jersey Shale Formation medium to thick amalgamated sandstones with thinly bedded sandstones (bottom left). A chaotic bed occurs just above the notebook. The cliffs in the background consist of north-west granite. (Photograph by Dr D. G. Helm).]]
[[File:P992204.jpg|thumbnail|Plate 15 Jersey Shale Formation beds of Association III in intertidal reefs opposite the Slip de L'Ouest at the northern end of St Ouen's Bay showing large-scale singly plunging D1 folds ith a parasitic old pair. Photograph by R. D. G. Helm).]]
 
  
 
== Chapter 2 Jersey Shale Formation ==
 
== Chapter 2 Jersey Shale Formation ==

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