The stratigraphy of the Wasden site exceed six meters in depth, and are made up of finely stratified, hortizontally bedded loessial sediments (Butler 1968b:7). The strata held abundant microfauna, bird, and large faunal remains. Deposition consisted of fine laminae of wind blown and water deposited sediments broken up by periodic episodes of rock-fall caused by frost weathering of the laminar basalts constituting the walls and overhang.
|Figure 9. Stratigraphy of the Wasden Site, from Butler 1968b, figure 7.|
|Figure 10. The "c-trench" from the Wasden site, from Butler 1968b, figure 8.|
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