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Submerged Forest, Llanrhystyd

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ArchiveTitleLevelDescriptionMediumImages
Archive6380072TitleDS2012_547_003 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionThe exposure includes root systems and the lower parts of the tree bole.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380075TitleDS2012_547_006 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionThe peat exposure with the larger sections of tree looking northwards.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380070TitleDS2012_547_001 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionThe three deposits - silty clay and peat overlain another layer of alluvial deposits (?). The surface of the peat includes many small twigs and branches being abraided by wave action.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380076TitleDS2012_547_007 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionThe peat exposure with the larger sections of tree looking northwardsMediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380079TitleDS2012_547_010 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionTwo of the larger sections of tree, possibly insitu, but perhaps more likely to have been dislodged and washed up.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380073TitleDS2012_547_004 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionSome of the larger sections of trees that are visible and with differentiation between the peat and alluvial depsosits marked by the changing colours of the soils.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6412685TitleDAT22_010 - Dyfed Archaeological Trust ReportsLevelItemDescriptionDigital report on Arfordir Coastal Heritage Project, 2012 - 2013. Produced by D.A.T. for Cadw: Report No. 2013/23, Project No. 102763.Medium1 file. Cartographic, Photo, Graphic, Text.Imagesn
Archive6416543TitleRCEX_025_03 - RCAHMW ExhibitionsLevelItemDescriptionBilingual exhibition panel entitled Adennill Hanes o'r Mor; Reclaiming Histroy from the Sea produced by RCAHMW 2013.MediumText, Photo.Imagesn
Archive6380071TitleDS2012_547_002 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionThe exposure extends for some 50m with larger dislodged parts of trees washed up to the south near new stabilisation piling.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380078TitleDS2012_547_009 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionA large section of tree, poossibly insitu, but perhaps more likely to have been dislodged and washed up.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380074TitleDS2012_547_005 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionSome of the larger sections of fallen tree with the differentiation between the peat and alluvial layers demarked by the chaning soil colours.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380069TitleDS2012_547 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelBatchDescriptionPhotographs of the eroding peat deposits near the car park for Llanrhystud Beach.MediumTwelve digital photographs. Photo.Imagesn
Archive6380081TitleDS2012_547_012 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionCross-section of the stratigraphy of the soft cliffs which begin to rise just to the south of the site.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380080TitleDS2012_547_011 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionPeat deposit beginning to appear in front of the stabilisation piling for the shingle/cobble ridge.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
Archive6380077TitleDS2012_547_008 - Investigators' Digital PhotographyLevelItemDescriptionThe preserved remains of a fallen tree.MediumPhoto.Imagesy
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