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Books Bücher 1 - 4 von 4 in ... down and spread over the Lower soft Chalk. The unequal denudation of the hard...
" ... down and spread over the Lower soft Chalk. The unequal denudation of the hard and soft Chalk forms a striking feature in this part of the country, especially when viewed from the west and north-west. The hard Chalk rising abruptly out of the high... "
Geology of the Counties of England and of North and South Wales - Seite 288
von William Jerome Harrison - 1882 - 346 Seiten
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Geology of Parts of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire

Sir Andrew Crombie Ramsay, William Talbot Aveline, Edward Hull, Robert Etheridge - 1858 - 46 Seiten
...The hard Chalk rising abruptly out of the high and broad plateau of the soft Chalk, the bare grassy sides and tops of the former contrast strongly with...ridges and valleys, and is nearly destitute of water. A bay or inlet of the Lower Chalk running by Ogbourn St. George and Ogbourn St. Andrew's towards Marlborough...
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Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Great Britain and the Museum of Economic ...

1858
...The hard Chalk rising abruptly out of the high and broad plateau of the soft Chalk, the bare grassy sides and tops of the former contrast strongly with...ridges and valleys, and is nearly destitute of water. A bay or inlet of the Lower Chalk running by Ogbourn St. George and Ogbourn St. Andrew's towards Marlborough...
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The Flowering Plants of Wilts: With Sketches of the Physical Geography and ...

Thomas Arthur Preston - 1888 - 436 Seiten
...a milk-white or creamy tint. The Upper Chalk, or Chalkwith-flints, is about 600 feet thick.' Whilst the plateau of the Lower Chalk rises and falls in...ridges and valleys, and is nearly destitute of water. The Upper Chalk forms a white land, with a scanty covering of soil and a short sweet turf; the beech...
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The Scenery of England and the Causes to which it is Due

Sir John Lubbock - 1902 - 534 Seiten
...The hard Chalk rising abruptly out of the high and broad plateau of the soft Chalk, the bare grassy sides and tops of the former contrast strongly with the cultivated plains of the Litter. And while the plateau of the Lower Chalk rises and falls in gentle undulations, interspersed...
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