Mixed geology of Rockham beach

Mixed geology of Rockham beach

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Credit: DR KEITH WHEELER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Mixed geology of Rockham Beach. These cliffs are composed of Upper Devonian shale. This is a sedimentary rock formed from layers of clay or mud. Marble intrusions are seen in the foreground. Marble is a metamorphic rock and is the product of metamorphosed limestone. Photographed at Rockham Beach, north Devon, UK.

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