Gordale Scar near Malham, Yorkshire, showing the limestone gorge and scree slopes. The gorge was formed by the action of the river downcutting swiftly through soft limestone in an arid region. Layers of hard rock can be seen protruding from the steep slope. A scree is a collection of rock fragments, which have been weathered, broken and fallen to the foot of the gorge.
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