Seatown Dissected Mudstone 12

Coastal mudstone eroding into long fingers separated by narrow sinuous channels

Seatown Dissected Mudstone 12 – Coastal mudstone layers belonging to the Belemnite Marl Member of the Charmouth Mudstone Formation at Seatown in Dorset, England, eroding into long fingers of rock separated by narrow sinuous channels in a combination of coastal processes involving both wave action and bio-erosion on naturally occurring fractures in the rock.

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