John Challinor; Two contrasted types of alluvial deposit, with an illustration from the Rheidol valley, Cardiganshire. Geological Magazine ; 83 (4): 162–164. doi:
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That a river deposits both stones, which form a coarse shingle, and muds in the lower part of its course is well demonstrated by the clearly defined zones in the Rheidol river valley, Cardiganshire, Wales.
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