Mudrock deposition in an ancient dryland system: A multi-stage flood model applied to the Moor Cliffs Formation, Lower Old Red Sandstone, southwest Wales

Marriott, S. B. and Wright, V. P. (2004) Mudrock deposition in an ancient dryland system: A multi-stage flood model applied to the Moor Cliffs Formation, Lower Old Red Sandstone, southwest Wales. Geological Journal, 39 (34). pp. 277-298. ISSN 1099-1034

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Publisher's URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/gj.990


Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Lead author. This article was the culmination of several field seasons classifying and analysing mud rocks in the Old Red Sandstone and developing a new model for their deposition. It was the first paper to consider a modern dryland environment as an analogy for the ORS.
Uncontrolled Keywords:Old Red Sandstone, ephemeral streams, soil aggregates, inclined heterolithic stratification, calcrete, palaeosols, superfloods
Faculty/Department:Faculty of Environment and Technology
ID Code:6222
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Deposited On:22 Jan 2010 15:11
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