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The 200 m long face of Pantymaes Quarry, central South Wales, exposes part of the upper (Dittonian) Red Marl Group (Lower Old Red Sandstone). A lower Sandstone Facies Association (up to 15m thick) comprises interbedded grey–green micaceous sandstones, pebbly intraformational conglomerates, and grey siltstones. Major bounding surfaces define stacked channel complexes, representing the deposits of braided river systems. An erosively overlying Mudstone Facies Association (up to 15 m thick) comprises tabular-bedded, bioturbated and calcretized red siltstones and fine sandstones representing overbank deposits, possibly from a meandering system. The change in fluvial style is interpreted as a local response to...

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