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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1960
Geological Magazine (1960) 97 (2): 123-132.
...D. F. W. Baden-Powell Abstract The coralline Crag is the oldest known of the Crag beds of East Anglia, which have been studied over more than a century relative to the depth of the depositional basin and ecologic and climatic conditions during deposition. Many fossiliferous outcrops are now...
Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1951
Geological Magazine (1951) 88 (4): 236-248.
...D. J. Carter Abstract The distribution of foraminifers by currents is discussed, compared, and appraised. Studies of the Coralline Crag, of Pliocene age, exposed at Sutton, Suffolk, southeast England, show that the foraminiferal assemblages are not indigenous as has been generally assumed...
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Figure  8 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. from the <b>Coralline</b> <b>Crag</b> Formation...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 8 — Geonettia waltonensis n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. Photomicrographs are in phase contrast. 2 and 4 are tracings of the specimen in 1 and 3. Dashed lines on 2 and 4 do not necessarily indicate real order of overlap. See Figure 2
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Figure  10 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. from the <b>Coralline</b> <b>Crag</b> Formatio...
Published: 01 September 2000
Figure 10 — Geonettia waltonensis n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. 1 is a phase contrast photomicrograph, and 2 is a tracing of the specimen in 1. Dashed lines on 2 do not necessarily indicate real order of overlap. See Figure 2 for plate notation. 1
Journal Article
Published: 01 June 1983
Journal of the Geological Society (1983) 140 (3): 377-385.
...P. S. Balson Abstract The Crags of eastern England include marine skeletal carbonates which were deposited and lithified under temperate conditions. The Coralline Crag (Pliocene), in particular, exhibits a variety of carbonate cement types which indicate exposure to meteoric groundwaters during...
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 1980
Journal of the Geological Society (1980) 137 (6): 723-729.
...P. S. Balson Abstract Remanié deposits of nodular phosphorite are found at the base of the Coralline Crag (Pliocene) and the Red Crag (Plio-Pleistocene) of Suffolk and Essex. The phosphatic components include phosphorite concretions (nodules), phosphatized vertebrate teeth and bones, and cobbles...
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2004
Geological Magazine (2004) 141 (3): 353-378.
... interpretation of these units. Dinoflagellate cysts from the Kattendijk Formation indicate an age between about 5.0 Ma and 4.7–4.4 Ma (early Early Pliocene) in our sections, confirming a correlation with standard sequence 3.4 and implying a slightly greater age than the Ramsholt Member of the Coralline Crag...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 2003
Journal of Paleontology (2003) 77 (1): 1-15.
..., and Leiosphaeridia rockhallensis n. sp. has a similarly well-defined range of 4.4–3.9 Ma within the Lower Pliocene. The presence of Leiosphaeridia rockhallensis n. sp. in the Ramsholt Member of the Coralline Crag Formation, eastern England, supports an Early Pliocene age for this member. 15 03 2002...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 November 1967
Geological Magazine (1967) 104 (6): 574-584.
...A. P. Carr Abstract The pre-Pliocene sub-aereal surface of the London Clay in the Orford area of Suffolk is discussed. It is shown that south of Aldeburgh the slope of the London Clay towards the north must be less than previously thought and that prior to the deposition of the Coralline Crag...
Journal Article
Published: 14 August 2019
Journal of the Geological Society (2019) 176 (6): 1154-1168.
... ( McMillan et al. 2011 ; Lee et al. 2015 ; Mathers & Hamblin 2015 ) and consists of four discrete transgressive formations (the others, from oldest to youngest, being the Coralline Crag, Norwich Crag and Wroxham Crag formations) ( Fig. 1 ). Each of the formations is separated by regional...
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Series: The Micropalaeontological Society, Special Publications
Published: 01 January 2009
DOI: 10.1144/TMS003.16
EISBN: 9781862396210
... The renowned 19th century malacologist Searles V. Wood Snr is known to have collected ostracods from the Coralline Crag of Suffolk. Using this material Jones (1857) offered, with subsequent revisions ( Jones 1870 ), a systematic description of species from the Coralline and Walton Red...
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Figure  9 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. Photomicrographs are in phase con...
Published: 01 September 2000
focus than 3, and 2 a tracing of the specimen shown in 1 and 3. Walton-on-the-Naze, Essex, sample WC2, slide 2, L27/3; width of plate cluster, 48 μm (also illustrated in Head, 1998c , fig. 4d ). 4, equatorial view of a fairly complete but folded specimen. Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall
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(a) Location of the study area in northern Belgium close to the southern No...
Published: 30 September 2008
Figure 1. (a) Location of the study area in northern Belgium close to the southern North Sea, including the location of (1) the Coralline Crag at Rockhall Wood ( Head, 1997 , 1998 a ), (2) the Walton Crag at Walton-on-the-Naze ( Head, 1998 a , b ) and (3) the study area of Kuhlmann et al
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Figure  9 — Leiosphaeridia rockhallensis  Head n. sp. showing average wall ...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 9 — Leiosphaeridia rockhallensis Head n. sp. showing average wall thickness vs. maximum diameter for specimens from DSDP Hole 603C (this study) and the mid-Pliocene Coralline Crag Formation at Rockhall Wood, eastern England (as Algal cyst type 2 in Head, 1997 ). The Hole 603C specimens
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Figure  7 — Geonettia waltonensis  n. sp. Photomicrographs are in phase con...
Published: 01 September 2000
cm, slide 1, R37/3; length of cyst, 50 μm. 4, ventral? view of a detached epicyst with adherent cingular plates, from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. Sample CCS2, slide 1, T47/2; equatorial diameter, 48 μm
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Figure  3 —Sketches of interzooidal avicularia from five species of  Hippop...
Published: 01 July 2004
, 1962 , NHM 1964.9.1.67, Recent, Cape Verde, conventional type of avicularium. 3, H. senegambiensis ( Carter, 1882 ), NHM 1970.8.10.22, Recent, Tema, Ghana. 4, H. edax ( Busk, 1859 ), NHM B1012, Pliocene, Coralline Crag, Suffolk, England. 5, H. picardi , NHM 1964.9.1.67, Recent, Cape Verde
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FIGURE 7 —Aragonitic fossil lunulite and partial molds resulting from arago...
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Published: 01 July 2009
Busk, Pliocene Coralline Crag Formation, Sudbourne, Suffolk, UK, NHM BZ 5609. D–E) Bifoliate colony partly enveloped by another bryozoan; note the gaps around the preserved, calcitic part of the colony resulting from aragonite dissolution; F) Detail of calcitic basal walls and stumps of vertical walls.
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Figure  12 — 1–15,  Leiosphaeridia rockhallensis  Head n. sp. from DSDP Hol...
Published: 01 January 2003
Figure 12 — 1–15, Leiosphaeridia rockhallensis Head n. sp. from DSDP Hole 603C ( 1–5 ) and the mid-Pliocene Coralline Crag Formation of eastern England ( 6–15 ), and 16–25, Leffingwellia costata n. gen. and sp. Photomicrographs are interference contrast ( 1–15, 22–25 ) or bright field ( 16–21
Journal Article
Published: 30 September 2008
Geological Magazine (2009) 146 (1): 92-112.
...Figure 1. (a) Location of the study area in northern Belgium close to the southern North Sea, including the location of (1) the Coralline Crag at Rockhall Wood ( Head, 1997 , 1998 a ), (2) the Walton Crag at Walton-on-the-Naze ( Head, 1998 a , b ) and (3) the study area of Kuhlmann et al...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2000
Journal of Paleontology (2000) 74 (5): 812-827.
...Figure 8 — Geonettia waltonensis n. sp. from the Coralline Crag Formation, Rockhall Wood, Suffolk. Photomicrographs are in phase contrast. 2 and 4 are tracings of the specimen in 1 and 3. Dashed lines on 2 and 4 do not necessarily indicate real order of overlap. See Figure 2...
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