Pockmarks are cone-shaped despressions that occur in large numbers across the LaHave clay of the Scotian Shelf. They normally range in diameter from 15 to 45 m and in depth from 5 to 10 m. They were possibly formed by ascending gas or subsurface water leakage from underlying coastal plain sediments.

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