Abstract

"The uplands seem to have consisted of an interior highland north of the Thames made principally of upper Palaeozoic rocks, and a marginal vale-and-scarp lowland of Jurassic strata on the south. This lowland bordered the Wealden morass. Much of the highland exceeded 1,000 feet. It was probably a high-level peneplain resurrected by end-Purbeck earth-movements. Two main rivers entered the swamps and account for most of the detritus. Their probable relations recall those of the contemporary rivers in Belgium."

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