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If glacial deposits ever existed on Salisbury Plain, they cannot have escaped incorporation into the terrace sediments.
For example, at a site where there is a very thick sequence of clay-rich glacial deposits (20-40 m or more), the primary concern may be lateral migration of water and contaminants towards nearby streams, ditches, or agricultural drainage tiles.
It consists of Diamictite glacial deposits (TBI), wash out plain deposits (TB2) and followed by subaqueous Diamictite facies (TB3).
To the south, the River Wiske once flowed into the Tees, but was diverted by glacial deposits and now flows south into the Swale.
Later, as we glide through seemingly bottomless waters, the brilliance of the sky matches the blueness of the pools on our decks, and narrow inlets shine green with glacial deposits.
During construction, quality control was key and Mr Ericsson travelled to watch the excavation of the glacial deposits near Tamworth which would create the final exposed concrete to ensure consistency and colour.
Scientists have suggested that over 6,000 years ago, a sharp sea-level rise, attributed to a changing climate and a rapid melting of ice, added weight to the submarine glacial deposits at the edge of the Norwegian continental shelf, destabilising them and causing a 300km long landslide.
Flying at 90 metres, aircraft use technology to see through Ireland's deep glacial deposits and peat cover.
The terrain was composed of glacial deposits that contain significant calcite and dolomite, and local groundwater is ionically rich with high alkalinity (Hamilton, in press).