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  • ...ope Gap Hardground (basal ''M. cortestudinarium'' macrofaunal zone) in the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation of southern England, but it is very rare.
    1 KB (147 words) - 12:52, 1 October 2013
  • ...he change from regularly spaced nodular and grainy chalk beds of the upper Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation to smooth white chalks. This marl is equivalent to the East Cliff Marl 2 in
    5 KB (743 words) - 15:53, 28 January 2014
  • <u>Integrated southern England Chalk Group lithostratigraphy</u>: Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation (pars) and Seaford Chalk Formation (pars)
    3 KB (427 words) - 14:29, 2 October 2013
  • ...inception of nodularity and hardground development (characteristic of the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation) such that the upper boundary is diachronous here and placed below the ‘C
    3 KB (479 words) - 14:59, 28 January 2014
  • ::* Distribution of key hardground surfaces developed in the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation described by Bromley and Gale (1982)<ref name="Bromley 1982">BROMLEY, R G,
    4 KB (528 words) - 14:13, 10 November 2016
  • ...odular Chalk Formation (except basal part), New Pit Chalk Formation, lower Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation
    4 KB (625 words) - 14:29, 2 October 2013
  • ...Cliff Marl 2/top Rochester Hardground/top ''M. cortestudinarium'' Zone/top Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation/base Belle Tout Beds
    7 KB (1,004 words) - 14:59, 27 July 2015
  • ...f named hardgrounds forming the Chalk Rock Member in the lower part of the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation. See '''9 '''below for more details.
    4 KB (652 words) - 14:13, 10 November 2016
  • The harder chalks from the Melbourn Rock Member and the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation are incorporated into buildings to a small extent in this area. Their sourc
    4 KB (583 words) - 16:23, 28 July 2015
  • ...ution of key hardground units described by Bromley and Gale (1982) in the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation. ==Lewes nodular chalk formation hardgrounds==
    10 KB (1,516 words) - 14:13, 10 November 2016
  • '''Conclusion''': White Chalk Subgroup, mid Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation; late Turonian, upper ''P''. (''S''.) ''plana ''Zone. '''Conclusion''': White Chalk Subgroup, equivalent to upper Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation; Coniacian, ''M. cortestudinarium ''Zone.
    33 KB (4,321 words) - 16:26, 31 July 2015
  • ...y softer than both the underlying Holywell Nodular Chalk and the overlying Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation. The formation comprises smooth, firm, massively bedded, white chalks with ====== Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation (LeCk) ======
    22 KB (3,407 words) - 16:22, 28 July 2015
  • ...l unit in the model is the Upper Cretaceous Chalk Group. This is mapped as Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation, Seaford Chalk Formation and Newhaven Chalk Formation (undivided), previous
    7 KB (943 words) - 09:50, 19 October 2018
  • | LEWES NODULAR CHALK FORMATION&nbsp;–&nbsp;CHALK
    33 KB (3,749 words) - 10:09, 4 May 2017
  • | || '''Conclusion''': || colspan="2" | White Chalk Subgroup, lower Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation; upper Turonian, ''P''. (''S''.) ''plana ''Zone. | || '''Conclusion''':|| colspan="2" | White Chalk Subgroup, lower to middle Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation; Turonian or basal Coniacian, upper ''P''. (''S''.) ''plana ''Zone or basal
    57 KB (5,614 words) - 15:25, 5 May 2015
  • | LEWES NODULAR CHALK FORMATION AND SEAFORD CHALK FORMATION - UNDIFFERENTIATED | LEWES NODULAR CHALK FORMATION
    15 KB (1,753 words) - 10:30, 8 March 2016
  • Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation. ...Lewes Nodular Chalk Member (of Bristow, Mortimore and Wood, 1997) and the Lewes Nodular Chalk Formation (of Rawson, Allen and Gale, 2001). It is placed at the incoming of hard nod
    58 KB (8,625 words) - 18:03, 4 February 2015

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