View of the Lower Lias rock strata at Hock Cliff

View of the Lower Lias rock strata at Hock Cliff

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Caption: River cliff. View of the Lower Lias rock strata in a river bank cliff. The cliff has been eroded by the action of water and rocks from it are lying on the river bed. These beds of hard limestone rocks were laid down in the early part of the Jurassic period (195-136 million years ago). Photographed at Hock Cliff on the River Severn, England.

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Keywords: cliff, earth science, erosion, geology, geomorphology, hock cliff, jurassic, jurassic strata, limestone, lower lias, river severn, rock strata, rocks, sedimentary rock, strata, water

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