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Record #88294:

Recent investigations of the Marly Drift of northwest Norfolk, England / Jürgen Ehlers, Philip L. Gibbard, Colin A. Whiteman.

Title: Recent investigations of the Marly Drift of northwest Norfolk, England / Jürgen Ehlers, Philip L. Gibbard, Colin A. Whiteman.
Author(s): Ehlers, Jürgen.
Gibbard, Philip L.
Whiteman, Colin A.
Date: 1987.
Publisher: Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema
In: Tills and glaciotectonics. Proceedings of an INQUA Symposium on Genesis and Lithology of Glacial Deposits/Amsterdam/1986. (1987.),
Abstract: At least two subunits of chalk-rich till can be recognized: first was deposited by ice movement from south-west and second by ice movement from north. Between these two movements, no deglaciation apparently took place.
Notes:

In: Tills and glaciotectonics. Proceedings of an INQUA Symposium on Genesis and Lithology of Glacial Deposits/Amsterdam/1986 / Jaap J.M. van der Meer, ed.

Keywords: 551.332.212 -- Till or boulder clay.
E7 -- Glaciology: glacial geology and ice ages.
(420) -- England.
SPRI record no.: 88294

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