An extension of the well-known quaternary section at Godrevy, St Ives Bay, West Cornwall: analysis and review
James, H. C. L. (2008) An extension of the well-known quaternary section at Godrevy, St Ives Bay, West Cornwall: analysis and review. In: Pirrie, D. (ed.) Geoscience in South-West England. Proceedings of the USSHER Society, 12 pt 1. Ussher Soc, Exeter, pp. 55-57. ISBN 0566-3954
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The well-known Quaternary section at Godrevy, west Cornwall has been often described during the past half century, however, a further section, about a kilometre to the south is considered for the first time since a brief mention at the beginning of the last century. This 200m long exposure rests upon a raised shore platform and consists of a basal raised beach and littoral sand, overlain by a local diamict revealing evidence of post-depositional frost disturbance and finally Holocene dune sand. It is proposed that this Strap Rock site be included within the general discussion of the Godrevy section.