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The Upper Devonian to Lower Carboniferous Skrinkle Sandstones of the Pembroke Peninsula are predominantly continental deposits from the post-Caledonian syn-rift succession at the southern margin of the Late Palaeozoic Welsh Landmass. The Sandstones record deposition in the 30 km × 10 km Tenby–Angle fault block, the southernmost of a series of fault-bounded depositional basins in SW Dyfed. Activity on the bounding faults strongly influenced sedimentation through Lower Palaeozoic time. The Skrinkle Sandstones are conventionally assigned to a phase of relative fault inactivity, passive transgression of the area and southward drainage off the landmass. The Ritec Fault at the northern...

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