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By Cope J.C.W., Duff K.L., Parsons C.F., Torrens H.S., Wimbledon W.A., Wright J.K.
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Extra resources for A correlation of Jurassic rocks in the British Isles. Part Two: Middle and Upper Jurassic
Good faunas of the Boueti Bed have been discovered recently at Jack White's Gibbet, west of Wincanton (ST677292). c. 7 m of this formation. Records of highly fossiliferous beds in the well above at a depth of 21-24 m below surface are probably the Wattonensis Beds of the Sherborne area (Column B3) and to the north (Column B5). The total thickness of Upper Fuller's Earth Clay here must be well over 37 m. The Wincanton Borehole penetrated 73 m of undivided Middle and Upper Fuller's Earth Clay. d.
T. colln) and from near Whitevine Farm, Halstock, ST S01078 (IGS BW 1426); and Prohecticoceras costatum (J. Roemer) from Beer Hackett (Arkell 1951-59, p. 73). These records are all of hodsoni Zone age. e. The 'Middle FuUer's Earth Clay' has yielded no ammonites. It needs to be formally named. f. The Fuller's Earth Rock is well developed in the Sherbome area. The famous section at Troll Quarry (ST 594127), near Thornford (described by Torrens 1974a, p. 588), has been used to define typologically the base of the Standard Suhcontractus Zone-the faunas of which are very common here.
Iv) which allows some comparison between sections. Another method of comparison is to use the sequence of sedimentary rhythms. More recently Bradshaw (1975) showed that montmorillonite was of common occurrence at certain horizons which, if of volcanic origin, may become a tool in correlating over wider areas and a wider range of facies, such as the numerous quasi-marine and brackish episodes in the Enghsh and Scottish Bathonian which have defied attempts using orthodox palaeontological methods.
A correlation of Jurassic rocks in the British Isles. Part Two: Middle and Upper Jurassic by Cope J.C.W., Duff K.L., Parsons C.F., Torrens H.S., Wimbledon W.A., Wright J.K.