East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (20)

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (20) - At the base of the cliff there is a long, undulating, interrupted curve of hard strata instead of the normal level horizontal layer like those seen above it in the cliff face. This anomaly is thought to be a scour structure resulting from a major storm event disturbing an early deposition of Bridport Sand Formation.

East Cliff at West Bay near Bridport (20) – At the base of the cliff there is a long, undulating, interrupted curve of hard strata instead of the normal level horizontal layer like those seen above it in the cliff face. This anomaly is thought to be a scour structure resulting from a major storm event disturbing an early deposition of Bridport Sand Formation. P1260032aBlog20

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