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Specimens of recent glacial clay (boulder clay till) from Beetham, Cumbria, UK. Specimens are perfect for education but may also be ideal for any British rock collectors. Pieces are supplied in a white card tray with an information label.
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Specimens of recent glacial clay (boulder clay till) from Beetham, Cumbria, UK. These samples of clay are glacial till which have been deposited by a glacier or ice sheet through the processes of erosion and entrainment. The deposits are relatively recent dated to approximately the Paleolithic age and are a pale brown in colour. Specimens are perfect for education but may also be ideal for any British rock collectors. Pieces are supplied in a white card tray with an information label.
1.5" x 1.5", 2" x 2"
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Oxford clay from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, a grey to green colour exhibiting a fine grained texture, these rock specimens are Jurassic in age and are available in various sizes.
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Gault clay, a pale to dark grey or blue-grey mudstone from the Cretaceous.
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Kimmeridge clay is a fine grained sedimentary rock of Jurassic age, it can contain various fossils from invertebrates to large fauna such as dinosaurs and crocodiles. These specimens come from Kimmeridge, Dorest, UK and are available in various sizes.
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Kimmeridge clay thin section slide exhibiting the incredibly fine grained nature of this rock. Despite being so fine, individual clay grade minerals can be identified along with organics arranged in an obvious orientation. The slides are 30 microns thick and measure 46 x 27 mm in size and have a cover slip of the section along with a protective cardboard sleeve.
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Carboniferous Chert found in Lancashire supplied in a card tray with label.
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Rhaetic bone bed, Upper Triassic in age. Rich in marine fossils such as bones, scales & teeth from marine reptiles. From Aust Cliff, Gloucestershire.
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Cretaceous sandstone rock specimens from the Wealden group found in Philpots quarry, west Hoathly, Sussex. This sedimentary rock is formed in estuarine conditions and exhibits quartz and mica crystals, commonly used as a popular building stone.
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Lower Carboniferous crinoidal limestone from Derbyshire, U.K.
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Tufa rock specimens which are calcium carbonate rich, sponge-like rock with fossil remains. Believed to be from the Quaternary period, particularly, the Flandrian epoch the specimens come from Caerwys, North Wales. Available in various sizes and supplied in a card tray with labels.
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