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Caption: Carlton Hill Vent. Derbyshire, August 4th 1914.
Description: The volcanoes from which the Derbyshire Toadstone was thrown out have long been buried under later deposits on the sea bottom but in places where these deposits have been cleared away were are able to see the necks or pipes through which the molten lava was forced up. Carlton Hill is one of these necks filled with Agglomerate and Basalt containing olivine nodules. [Person].
Copyright statement: NERC
Additional information: From the Geologists' Association Carreck Archive. The Reader Geological Photographs. Long excursions 1914. Part 2.
Orientation: Landscape
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Categories: Special collections/ Geologists' Association 'Carreck Archive'/ T W Reader geological photographs, long excursions 1914. Part 2  


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