Figure S1 from Mid-Devensian climate and landscape in England: new data from Finningley, South Yorkshire
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Vertical face through units 3–5 in an east-west section at the Finningley Quarry. From base upwards is diamict (unit 3, dark grey), stratified sand (unit 4, orange–brown), and laminated clay–silt (unit 5, grey). The dark grey layer ~20 cm thick within the sand of unit 3 is a subunit of laminated clay‒silt. Above this subunit, the sand is cross-bedded, with foresets showing a gentle apparent dip to the east. (ranging pole marked in 0.5m lengths. Photo: C. Frederick 2001).