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Old 07 October 2003, 03:50   #11
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ooo - oooo - oooo. Now you come to mention it, Phil does have a bit of the Danny Zuko look about him !!
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Old 08 October 2003, 06:10   #12
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Talking of rock n roll

Can anyone explain this rock formation !!!!
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I can name the two boulders at the front!!!
I gave you a geology lesson whilst we were in the bay. As usual you were concentrating on the level of remaining baileys rather than the strata.
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something about the forming of Europe some 300 million years ago when the lithosphere movement formed the upper rocky mantle that we know today. The varying colours in the formation were caused, if I recall you correctly by ashfall from an eruption cloud, bla bla bla. You also mentioned something about accretion or was that just my imagination ?
I'd also be keen to hear you thoughts on bedform sedimentology !
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Rock formations like that are formed when Phil throws his anchor in and the ensuing tidal wave hits the shore at 300mph.

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Bedform Sedmientology

http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/seds/
Graeme, this will give you some light reading for when you get back from your hol's. I'll bring my HCL down next time for a fizz.
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Thanks Ian, just what a jet lagged weary ribster needs to keep him awake - not.

Actually - good site, do you have anything to do with it ?
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