Abstract

The Ponterwyd district, east of Aberystwyth, western Wales, is part of a dissected plateau modified by localized glacial deposition and subsequent fluvial erosion. In connection with the recent construction of a dam and reservoir, a survey has revealed four buried channels, filled with boulder clay. These relic river valleys of the Rheidol resulted from a progressive localized diversion due to glacial interference.

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