Geology Lesson: The Harlech Dome


cross section copyThe geological layer structure comprises Cambrian, sedimentary, volcanic and intrusive rocks  from the lower Palaeozoic age age approximately 4.5km thick. I hope I’ve got that correct, Mr Law?

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  1. Only that the marginal rocks south and north of the central core comprise interbedded sedimentary rocks and intruded and deposited air fall volcanic ashes of Ordovician age. These having been eroded and removed from the central core region made up of the Rhinog Mountains in the years following the Caledonian Orogeny and Alpine earthstorm.

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