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  • 10:47, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005864.jpg (Ardwell Bay. Ardwell Flags. Vertical greywackes, siltstones of the Caradocian, Ardwell Group.)
  • 10:46, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005798.jpg (Lulworth Cove. Looking E. Lulworth Cove - a natural harbour. The cove has been formed by widening of the sea in the Portland Stone and Lower Purbeck Limestone, and by washing away of the softer Middle and Upper Purbeck and Wealdon Beds behind. On the f...)
  • 10:45, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005775.jpg (Stair Hole Cove, West Lulworth. Looking E. Stair Hole. Junction of Lower Purbeck and Portland Stone.)
  • 10:44, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005755.jpg (Cowsen Gill, near Keasden. Thin coal and seatearth in the Roeburndale Formation. The following section is exposed in the north-east bank of Cowsen Gill: sandstone fine-grained, quartzitic, passes upwards into 2.40 m. ganister. Siltstone, sandy, micaceo...)
  • 10:43, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005586.jpg (In many areas of the country local stones were used to build the drystone walls that still form the principal field boundaries in our upland areas often replacing hedges and fences. The Yorkshire Dales has many fine examples of drystone walling techniq...)
  • 10:43, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005554.jpg (Combs Quarry, Foredale. Looking W. Sub-Carboniferous unconformity. Steep, southwardly dipping Horton Formation laminated siltstones are overlain by horizontal, well-bedded Dinantian limestones.)
  • 10:36, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005543.jpg (Arcow Quarry. Looking W. Folded Austwick Formation, Arcow Formation and unconformity. A major anticline, with an easterly-plunging axis is present in well-bedded, arkosic sandstones with interbedded units of laminated siltstone. The Arcow Formation (at...)
  • 10:35, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005147.jpg (Hollin House Tongue, Seathwaite, Duddon Valley, Cumbria. Typical thin parallel-bedded sub-aerial volcaniclastic rocks that show a great variation in size.)
  • 10:34, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P005042.jpg (Goat Crag, Buttermere. F1 minor folds (slump generated). Robinson Member, Buttermere Formation. These minor folds lie on the inverted level of the major F1 Goat Crags Anticline and are congruous with the major structure. The beds young to the left.)
  • 10:34, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P002861.jpg (Gart, Callander, Perthshire. A glacial erratic. An exhumed ice-scoured boulder of Old Red Sandstone conglomerate occurring in outwash gravels of the Loch Lomond Readvance glacier which terminated in the vicinity. See also D03326 for a close-up. The bou...)
  • 10:33, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P002763.jpg (Ben Hope looking north-north-east from Alltnacaillich, Sutherland. Coarse feldspathic and siliceous Moine psammites dipping gently to the east intruded by the basic 'Ben Hope Sill'. The sill forms the long escarpment and can be traced for many miles an...)
  • 10:21, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P002200.jpg (The boulder beds consist of angular blocks and boulders varying in diameter from a few centimetres to the nearby 'fallen stack' which measures 34 m. x 27 m. x 9 m. and set in a sandy matrix that includes fossils of creatures that originally lived in sh...)
  • 10:20, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001560.jpg (Foss Barite Mine, Aberfeldy, Perthshire. The stope of broken ore comes from a raise (a vertical or sub-vertical shaft) connecting the 630 m. level to the 660 m. level for ventilation and mining purposes. 630 m. level operations. Large F3 fold closure. ...)
  • 10:14, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001267.jpg (Oblique aerial view of Edinburgh Castle Rock and the Arthur's Seat volcano, looking from the west-north-west. In the foreground, Edinburgh Castle sits on dolerite plugging a Lower Carboniferous volcanic vent intruded into softer sedimentary rocks. Glac...)
  • 10:14, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001255.jpg (The sharp break in slope at their north-west (left) margin marks the presence of Highland Border Complex rocks, exposed in Lime Craig Quarry (below the TV repeater station). These are serpentinites, Lower Arenig limestones and early conglomerates. They...)
  • 10:13, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001225.jpg (The dry valley to the north-west (right) contains the Gualann Fault with the subsidiary grassy ridge consisting mainly of serpentinite - now largely brecciated and altered to dolomite. Its derived clastic origin is seen in parts. The low relief areas t...)
  • 10:13, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001157.jpg (Looking south-west along the summit ridge of the 'Grey Corries' towards Aonach Beag (1234 m.). Glen Roy district, Lochaber. Well-bedded quartzites of the Glencoe Quartzite (Lochaber Subgroup) are well exposed with extensive areas of scree from frost-sh...)
  • 10:12, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001153.jpg (Inverlair Gorge, River Spean. Grampian Region. The type section through massive psammites and quartzites with semipelitic layers of the Inverlair Psammite Formation of the Grampian Group. The valley is in its early stages of development. Downcutting by...)
  • 10:12, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001125.jpg (Finnich Glen, near Finnich Toll by Killearn, Stirlingshire. Gorge cut in well-laminated sandstones belonging to the Stockiemuir Sandstone Formation, Stratheden Group, Upper Devonian age. The brick-red aeolian sandstones show alternations of cross-bedde...)
  • 10:11, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001097.jpg (Bass Rock from Seacliff Harbour, East Lothian. The islet is a volcanic plug composed of a non-porphyritic, orthophyric, fairly coarse-grained phonolitic trachyte, an intrusion related to the Garleton Hills Volcanic Rocks. The rocks in the foreground ar...)
  • 10:10, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001091.jpg (Back Water (Fairy Castle Dean), Oldhamstocks. East Lothian. Conglomerate (Great Conglomerate, Lower Devonian) showing valley and recent erosion features. The erosional features, earth pillars, are the conical columns produced by differential erosion in...)
  • 10:09, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P001078.jpg (Lion Rock, Great Cumbrae. Buteshire. A Tertiary age tholeiitic andesite dyke of cumbraeite type intruded into Upper Devonian sandstones. The rock is a former sea stack, now preserved on the post-glacial raised beach. The dyke, forming a wall on a 15 fe...)
  • 10:09, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000965.jpg (Above the scarp lies a peaty platform composed of Cambrian Pipe Rock with some 'Fucoid' Beds at the eastern edge. Above the platform rises gneiss which has been carried on the combined Sole and Glencoul Thrust Planes and forms the main hill of Aird da ...)
  • 10:08, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000885.jpg (Immediately below the sill is the White Sandstone, and below that is the Inferior Oolite. Above the sill but covered by the landslip is the Great Estuarine Series. The sill shows columnar jointing with the columns near vertical and normal to the beddin...)
  • 10:07, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000857.jpg (Oblique aerial view of Cul Mor. Torridonian-Lewisian unconformity. Cambrian quartzite forms the two higher conical summits of Cul Mor, it rests unconformably on the Torridonian. Ross & Cromarty. View eastwards. Cul Mor is a relict mountain of reddish-b...)
  • 10:06, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000818.jpg (Basal breccia or conglomerate of Upper Old Red Sandstone dipping at a low angle to left (north), resting on vertical shaly siltstone and thin greywacke of Silurian (Llandovery) age. The breccia consists of angular fragments of greywacke in a red, sandy...)
  • 10:06, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000816.jpg (Broadhaven Bay, St. Abb's from the east-north-east. Berwickshire. The rocks are Silurian (Llandovery) greywackes and siltstones folded by repeated broad flexures with an east-north-eastwards trend. A typical fold is seen in the bay, the detail of the s...)
  • 10:05, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000770.jpg (Oblique aerial view of the island of Staffa. Argyll and Bute. Fingal's Cave is on the right, it shows the columnar jointing in Tertiary volcanic lava flows. The Fingal's Cave lava rests on a red ash. Above this the flow can be divided into a lower zone...)
  • 10:05, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000742.jpg (Obique aerial view looking north-east along the Great Glen from Banavie shows a linear fault-determined glen with glacial basins of Loch Lochy, Loch Oich and Loch Ness and U-shaped glacially scoured valley along the fault line. The Great Glen Fault Zon...)
  • 10:03, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000699.jpg (The upper cliffs of Aonach Dubh (pale) are rhyolite lavas resting on lavas of basic andesite, all of Lower Old Red Sandstone age. An t-Sron (on right) is composed principally of granite forming the Glen Coe Ring Fault Intrusion. The Glen Coe Ring Fault...)
  • 10:02, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000654.jpg (North side of the Bay of Laig, Isle of Eigg. Inverness-shire. Large carbonate concretions in the Valtos Sandstone Formation (Jurassic). The carbonate concretions are believed to have formed during the late Jurassic burial of sand bodies, when calcite p...)
  • 10:01, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000613.jpg (Old Man of Hoy, north-west coast of Hoy. Orkney. A 137 m. sea stack composed of red sandstone of Upper Old Red Sandstone age. The stack rests on a pediment of Upper Old Red Sandstone basalt lava which unconformably sits on flagstones of Middle Old Red ...)
  • 09:59, 13 May 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P000207.jpg (View from south-east side of Kemnay Quarry, looking to north-west. Aberdeenshire. Kemnay Quarry with Bennachie in background. Foreground shows Kemnay Quarry working the Kemnay granite. Flooded area marks site of part of the 19th century workings. High ...)
  • 15:17, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895014.png (The development of the terminology in the offshore UK Sector.)
  • 15:15, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895013.png (The Northern Ireland Cretaceous Province.)
  • 15:11, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895011.png (The development of the terminology in the Ulster Cretaceous Province.)
  • 15:08, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895010.png (The Inner Hebrides Scottish Chalk Province.)
  • 15:08, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895009.png (The development of the terminology in the Scottish Chalk Province.)
  • 15:02, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895008.png (The development of the terminology in the Northern Province.)
  • 14:58, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895007.png (The development of the terminology in Norfolk (Transitional Province).)
  • 14:57, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895006.png (The development of the terminology in south-east Devon (Southern Province).)
  • 14:49, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895005.png (The development of the terminology in the Southern Province.)
  • 12:37, 11 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P895004.png (The Chalk group provinces of England)
  • 16:25, 10 February 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:P894500.png
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  • 15:23, 9 January 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:DiGROCK250k coverage.png
  • 15:11, 9 January 2014 Dbk (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Fukushimaexplosionhydro.jpg
  • 10:14, 14 October 2013 Anapier (Talk | contribs) uploaded File:Cnip.jpg
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