Editing Northumbrian rocks and landscape: a field guide

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'''concretion '''Spherical or ellipsoidal, more resistant mass formed by local early cementation of the sediment. They often occur regularly or irregularly spaced in layers and weather out of the softer surrounding sediment.
 
'''concretion '''Spherical or ellipsoidal, more resistant mass formed by local early cementation of the sediment. They often occur regularly or irregularly spaced in layers and weather out of the softer surrounding sediment.
  
'''conformable '''Sequence of rocks in apparently continuous succession.  
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'''conformable '''Sequence of rocks in apparently continuous succession. '''conglomerate '''Coarse '''''clastic rock '''''in which the clasts are rounded. An '''intraformational conglomerate '''is one formed of locally derived clasts from a recently deposited source.
 
 
'''conglomerate '''Coarse '''''clastic rock '''''in which the clasts are rounded. An '''intraformational conglomerate '''is one formed of locally derived clasts from a recently deposited source.
 
  
 
'''coral '''A polyp or polyps (anemone-like) with a basal skeleton of calcium carbonate. Corals may be solitary or colonial, the latter varying from flat, tabular masses to clusters of branching tubes.
 
'''coral '''A polyp or polyps (anemone-like) with a basal skeleton of calcium carbonate. Corals may be solitary or colonial, the latter varying from flat, tabular masses to clusters of branching tubes.

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