Ripple Marks

Ripple Marks are exposed on one of beds at this location.
Ripples are one of the most commonly preserved sedimentary structures, as it takes only a small storm or other event to cover and preserve them.
Ripple Marks were formed by the actions of ancient winds, streams, waves or currents , millions of years ago.
The sediments were gradually transformed into rock by natural processes - of pressure exerted by the weight of overlying sediments and natural cementation.
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To the south of Sandy Mouth in Gallery / Section 1
Ref:
5693s
Date:
2018-04-05 00:00:00.0
Location:
SS 2018 0950
Photographer:

Ripple Marks

Ripple Marks are exposed on one of beds at this location.
Ripples are one of the most commonly preserved sedimentary structures, as it takes only a small storm or other event to cover and preserve them.
Ripple Marks were formed by the actions of ancient winds, streams, waves or currents , millions of years ago.
The sediments were gradually transformed into rock by natural processes - of pressure exerted by the weight of overlying sediments and natural cementation.
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To the south of Sandy Mouth in Gallery / Section 1
Ref:
5693s
Date:
2018-04-05 00:00:00.0
Location:
SS 2018 0950
Photographer: