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  • ===Oxford Clay Formation (OxC)===
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  • | '''KELLAWAYS FORMATION AND OXFORD CLAY FORMATION (UNDIFFERENTIATED) – MUDSTONE, SILTSTONE AND SANDSTONE''' | style="background-color: #c0504d;" | '''Oxford Clay Formation'''
    33 KB (3,749 words) - 09:09, 4 May 2017
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  • ...g marine conditions gave rise to the deposition of widespread silty clays (Oxford Clay Formation), which pass gradually up in a shallowing sequence into the Lower Calcareou ... m) and these are separated by the steeply sloping face of the softer Oxford Clay Formation (40 m). In the Oxford Clay minor rhythmic alternations of harder and s
    15 KB (2,338 words) - 14:56, 25 November 2019
  • ...ion mudstone. || Translational slides (rock and soil), debris flows within Oxford Clay Formation mudstone/clay. Mudslide complexes. || Cambering not well distinguished. Lan
    11 KB (1,623 words) - 13:55, 2 December 2015
  • ...e P006771''') before mud spread over all but the most northerly parts. The Oxford Clay Formation (J4) was deposited in quiet marine conditions, but rhythmic changes are evi
    10 KB (1,584 words) - 12:26, 19 June 2014
  • ...under quiet marine conditions; up to 45 m of the grey-green mudstone, the Oxford Clay Formation and the Osgodby Formation (J4), is now preserved in the Cleveland Basin. Th
    15 KB (2,247 words) - 14:21, 29 January 2015
  • ...in the Bristol Channel Basin proved that the sequence lies directly on the Oxford Clay Formation, although the contact is probably faulted. The beds have been divided into
    20 KB (3,006 words) - 09:53, 5 May 2016
  • ...o three divisions based on lithological character. These divisions are the Oxford Clay Formation, the Corallian Group, and the West Walton, Ampthill and Kimmeridge Clay for | colspan="2" | Oxford Clay Formation
    29 KB (4,322 words) - 15:02, 11 September 2015
  • | Kellaways and Oxford Clay Formation (undifferentiated) | Oxford Clay Formation
    54 KB (8,031 words) - 09:09, 4 May 2017
  • | KELLAWAYS FORMATION AND OXFORD CLAY FORMATION UNDIFFERENTIATED
    15 KB (1,753 words) - 09:30, 8 March 2016
  • ...rivers and streams. The mudstone formations of the district, including the Oxford Clay Formation, Kellaways Clay Member, Fuller’s Earth Formation, Charmouth Mudstone Form
    9 KB (1,344 words) - 13:26, 2 December 2015
  • | Oxford Clay Formation '''Kellaways Formation and Oxford Clay Formation (undifferentiated)'''<br>
    59 KB (8,826 words) - 11:31, 3 December 2019
  • ...top of the Middle Jurassic succession occurs within the mudstone-dominated Oxford Clay Formation (OxC). Its thickness is uncertain but from regional considerations it is es
    21 KB (3,096 words) - 08:41, 4 December 2019
  • ...lying Lias can be up to 450 m in thickness, the Ravenscar Group 250 m, the Oxford Clay Formation 50 m and the Corallian Group 100 m in thickness, towards the centre of the
    149 KB (21,908 words) - 11:40, 3 December 2019
  • ...ility strata and obtained a value of 0.09&nbsp;m year<sup>-1</sup> for the Oxford Clay Formation. The latter value relates to autumn recharge through cracks (fractures) pro | Thames Group, Kimmeridge Clay Formation, Oxford Clay Formation, Lias Group
    39 KB (5,956 words) - 17:10, 16 February 2017
  • ...units that are potentially oil/gas bearing (the Kimmeridge Clay Formation, Oxford Clay Formation, the Lias Group, Marros Group, the Bowland Shale Formation and the Upper Ca
    52 KB (7,467 words) - 10:50, 3 December 2019
  • ...xfordshire; groundwater flows into the Corallian Group upwards through the Oxford Clay Formation from the Great and Inferior Oolite Groups and downwards through the Gault F
    49 KB (7,258 words) - 11:25, 3 December 2019