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Short Description:
Deposit - natural subsoil
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Brendon Wilkins | 05/07/2013
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Interpretation

    • Natural clay layer with fragmented chalk. Probably caused by several small trees removed during clearance. When cleaned fragmented chalk removed appeared as (4002) - Kerry Ely
      • Kezia Evans
    • 5-7-2013
    • Mid yellow clay layer, similar to, and abutting (4002) with a higher frequency of chalk fragments and suggesting root disturbance and human deposition, possibly as a result of clearing out of the ditch at some point.
      • Kezia Evans
    • 5-12-2014

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Description

  • Hard
  • Mid yellow
  • clay
  • fragmented chalk (higher frequency than (4002)) Suggested root disturbance and human deposition
  • width 4.0 length: 1.90+ depth: 1.00+
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  • very dry. sunny. mattock & trowel

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