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Pleistocene Coastal Deposits in Palestine

Naturevolume 135pages908909 (1935) | Download Citation



ANYONE who has travelled by train along the coast of Palestine from Haifa to Ludd cannot have failed to notice, soon after rounding the northern point of Carmel, a low ridge of sandstone running roughly parallel with the railway line and the sea. It begins 5 km. to the south of Cape Carmel, and continues for approximately 32 km.

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    • D. A. E. GARROD
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