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Volume 21: British Upper Jurassic Stratigraphy — Chapter 03
 

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Figure 3.1
Geological sketch map showing the location of the GCR sites described in Chapter 3. Extensive drift deposits are omitted for clarity. 1, Upware South Pit; 2, Upware; 3, Warboys Clay Pit; 4, Roslyn Hole, Ely; 5, South Ferriby.

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Figure 3.2
Lithostratigraphical classification of Oxfordian–Kimmeridgian strata in the East Midlands.

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Figure 3.3
Locality map of quarries in the Upware inlier. Outcrop of the Upware Limestone (mapped as ‘West Walton Beds’), Ampthill and Kimmeridge clays from BGS Sheet 188 (Cambridge) (1981) and Wright et al. (2000).

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Figure 3.4
Log of the ‘Corallian’ succession in Dimmock’s Cote Quarry (after Wright et al., 2000, fig. 4).

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Figure 3.5
View of the central part of the eastern face of Dimmock’s Cote Quarry. Blocks of the tough Crinoid Bed are in the foreground, with the marly limestones of Bed 7 and Bed 9 being excavated in the distance. (Photo: J.K. Wright.)

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Figure 3.6
Log of the Oxford Clay succession in Warboys Pit (after Callomon, 1968).

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Figure 3.7
View of the upper part of Warboys Pit showing Cordatum Zone Oxford Clay overlain by West Walton Formation, beds 9–12, with the ‘Warboys Rock’, the distinctive pale band, close to the top of the section. (Photo: J.K. Wright.)

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Figure 3.8
View of a degraded section of Lower Kimmeridge Clay at Roslyn Hole showing the prominent marker band (arrowed) formed by a line of cementstone nodules in Bed 23 (KC30). Ely Cathedral is seen in the background. (Photo: A13722, reproduced by kind permission of the Director, British Geological Survey ©NERC.)

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Figure 3.9
Graphic section of the Kimmeridge Clay at Roslyn Hole and borehole sections in Norfolk showing the southwards attenuation towards Ely (after Gallois,1988, fig. 14).

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Figure 3.10
General view of the South Ferriby GCR site in 1987. (Photo: A14379, reproduced by kind permission of the Director, British Geological Survey ©NERC.)

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Figure 3.11
Correlation between the Oxfordian–Kimmeridgian boundary beds at South Ferriby and those in Dorset and Skye (after Page and Cox, 1995, fig. 2). A. = Amoeboceras, P. = Pictonia, Ra. = Rasenia, Ri. = Ringsteadia.

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