Sedimentary

Sedimentary Rocks are formed from sediment which has settled at the bottom of rivers, lakes and oceans. Layer after layer of sediment is deposited on top of each other, then through time each layer is compressed down more and more, until the bottom layers slowly turn into a solid form of rock. Common types include Limestone, Mudstone, Shale, and Sandstone.

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  • Anthracite, Lancashire, UK (rock sample)

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  • Banded Mudstone, Jurassic, Skye, UK (rock sample)

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  • Bituminous Coal, Lancashire, UK (rock sample)

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  • Bone Bed, Aust, Triassic (rock sample)

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  • Chalk, Cretaceous, Norfolk (rock sample)

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  • Chert, Portland, UK (rock sample)

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  • Coral Limestone, Ayrshire UK (rock sample)

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  • Crinoidal Limestone, Ayrshire UK (rock sample)

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  • Desert Sandstone, Permian, UK (rock sample)

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  • Flint, Cretaceous, Norfolk (rock sample)

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  • Great Oolite, Wiltshire (rock sample)

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  • Ironstone, Surrey, UK (rock sample)

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  • Mudstone, Ordovician, Wales, UK (rock sample)

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  • Old Red Sandstone, Devonian, UK (rock sample)

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  • Polished Sandstone (rock sample)

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  • Purbeck Limestone, Portland, Dorset, UK (rock sample)

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  • Shale, Ordovician, Cumbria, UK (rock sample)

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