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Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent
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Friars Crag And Broom Hill Point – Derwent

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Erosional and depositional features at the north end of Derwent Water

Erosional and depositional features at the north end of Derwent Water

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  • 1. Friars Crag and Broom Hill Point – Derwent Water Glacial Deposition and Fluvioglacial Streamlined forms [Drumlin, Crag + tail, eskers + kames] [St Bees Kettle Hole – Egremont Rd]
  • 2. Location
  • 3. Crow Park Opposite Theatre, Keswick
  • 4. Blaencathra truncated spurs
  • 5. Stoss end of crag + tail looking south
  • 6. Resilient dolerite of plug – Friars Crag
  • 7. Truncated south end of larger drumlin east of the crag
  • 8. Glacial Material Exposure viewed from lakeside looking north – removed by fluvial erosion
  • 9. Sectioned end of smaller drumlin
  • 10. General fluvial drainage [swarms]
  • 11. Spurs, drumlin + Catlehead
  • 12. Brockle Beck Delta – misfit unable to carry glacially eroded material
  • 13. View upstream + sub-angular load
  • 14. Stable Hills
  • 15. Steeper Stoss end - south
  • 16. Shallower Lee End
  • 17. Broom hill point
  • 18. Broom Hill point fragic exposure
  • 19. Five oaks Kame – sand + gravel
  • 20. At top
  • 21. Evidence of gravel through mole waste
  • 22. Esker running away to the SE
  • 23. Kettle hole viewed from the road
  • 24. Esker mounds running away from the road
  • 25. Improved and unimproved Drumlin
  • 26. Slippage on bank side and poor drainage
  • 27. Parting shot – drumlin + geese
  • 28. Research – Lakeland Rocks and Landscape A field guide Cumberland Geological Society Chapter 13 John Bordman Classic Landforms of the Lake District [GA] John Boardman Exploring Lakeland Rocks and Landscape - Cumberland Geological Society [recently published and the main inspiration] and thanks to Fred Lawton for his enthusiasm
  • 29. www.aberrantbee.com images Mark Ollis creative commons

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