Geological Sequence of Coombe Deposits at Greenhithe, Kent

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A STUDY of the Geological Survey Map (Sheet IX., N.E. Kent; scale 6 in. to 1 m.) reveals four lateral valleys, now filled with Coombe Deposits of Pleistocene age, which formerly drained into the Thames. The Geological Survey has described one of these valleys as follows:

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BURCHELL, J. Geological Sequence of Coombe Deposits at Greenhithe, Kent. Nature 129, 96–97 (1932) doi:10.1038/129096b0

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