1. Surface Soil, 6 in., Cenomanian: 2. Pale yellow chalky wash, 4 ft, 3. Compact hard chalk marl, becoming glauconitic towards base, 3 ft, 4. Softer sandy marl, with a few large quartz grains, 4 ft, 5. Compact glauconitic marl, forming a solid bed with large phosphatic nodules and many fossils, 1 ft 8 in., 6. 'Popple Bed', calcareous glauconitic sand full of brown coated calcareous concretions, from 1 ft to 1 ft 6 in. Selbournian: 7. Hard calcareous sandstone, no fossils visible, 2 ft to 1 ft, 8. Softer sands with lenticular masses of chert, 6 ft. [Total: ] 18 ft. Section from Surrey memoir, 'Lower Cretaceous Rocks', p. 148. Added note: Chalk Marl, Glauconitic M., Popple Bed, Calcareous Sandstone, Sandstone and Chert Beds.