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Minor normal or extensional faults exposed in the cliffs and also on the shore wave-cut platform. Nash Point, South Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Llantwit Major, Wales, UK. September 2017. The cliffs com...
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90817163 Minor normal or extensional faults exposed in the cliffs and also on the shore wave-cut platform. Nash Point, South Glamorgan Heritage Coast, Llantwit Major, Wales, UK. September 2017. The cliffs com...© Graham Eaton
Small extension (normal) faults within a layer of shale between two layers of more competent sandstone. Carboniferous, turbidites, Bude, Cornwall, UK, May.
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90795771 Small extension (normal) faults within a layer of shale between two layers of more competent sandstone. Carboniferous, turbidites, Bude, Cornwall, UK, May.© Graham Eaton
Rotated normal fault in Cretaceous chalk with erosion, small caves at base. Chalk beds vertical and parallel with the cliff, Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast, Dorset, England, April 2012.
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90768415 Rotated normal fault in Cretaceous chalk with erosion, small caves at base. Chalk beds vertical and parallel with the cliff, Durdle Door, Jurassic Coast, Dorset, England, April 2012.© Graham Eaton
Vertical beds of Cretaceous chalk, with layers of flint and rotated normal faults, Jurrasic Coast, near Durdle Door, Dorset, England, UK.
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90768372 Vertical beds of Cretaceous chalk, with layers of flint and rotated normal faults, Jurrasic Coast, near Durdle Door, Dorset, England, UK.© Graham Eaton
Vertical beds of Cretaceous chalk, with layers of flint and rotated normal faults, Jurrasic Coast, near Durdle Door, Dorset, England, UK.
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90768371 Vertical beds of Cretaceous chalk, with layers of flint and rotated normal faults, Jurrasic Coast, near Durdle Door, Dorset, England, UK.© Graham Eaton
A normal fault in Triassic Sandstone, Wirral, UK, May 2009  -  Graham Eaton/ npl
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90092972 A normal fault in Triassic Sandstone, Wirral, UK, May 2009© Graham Eaton / NPL
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