Craigyfulfran GCR site :: Shared Description

The coastal stretch north of Aberystwyth towards Clarach is known for its exposed turbidite beds LinkExternal link and for their intricate folding and faulting patterns LinkExternal link . The name of the site originates from a sea stack located on the foreshore (links above are to the Geological Conservation Review's site reports).
by Rudi Winter
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10 images use this description:

SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - bedding by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - fault and flute casts by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - worm burrows by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - flute casts by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - faults and blowhole by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - fault cutting through strata by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth Grits - fault across strata by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth grits - faultline across cliff and foreshore by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth grits - cliff strata by Rudi Winter
SN5882 : Aberystwyth grits - fault exposed on the foreshore by Rudi Winter


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Created: Wed, 23 May 2012, Updated: Wed, 23 May 2012

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