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Hastings sands
Hastings sands Has"tings sands" (Geol.) The lower group of the Wealden formation; -- so called from its development around Hastings, in Sussex, England.

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- known geologically as the Hastings Sands, meet the English Channel, forming tall cliffs to the east of the town. Hastings Old Town is in a sheltered...
- Speeton and Tealby, and their estuarine equivalents, the Weald Clay and Hastings Sands (Wealden). Much confusion would be avoided by dropping the term Neocomian...
- JSTORĀ 2826581. S2CIDĀ 84505681. Tagert, E. (1846). "On markings in the Hastings sands near Hastings, supposed to be the footprints of birds". Quarterly Journal of...
- to rise again where the sands and clays of the Weald meet the sea; these culminate in the sandstone cliffs east of Hastings. Further east are the Pett...
- the Wealden Group and the uppermost and youngest part of the unofficial Hastings Beds. These geological units make up the core of the geology of the Weald...
- from the coast at Bexhill and Rye to Horsham, are sands and clays of the Lower Wealden or Hastings Beds. This includes the following local subdivisions...
- weald, especially in tracing out and describing the subdivisions of the Hastings sands. He contributed papers to the 'Journal' of the Geological Society in...
- 9 -3.5 Conservative Edward White 2,198 25.8 -3.2 Progressive Warren Hastings Sands 2,054 24.2 +3.9 Progressive Walter Gorst Clay 1,961 23.1 +2.9 Conservative...
- after locations in Sus****; including Hastings, Worthing and Eastbourne. From 1950 until 2010 Brighton-le-Sands was within the boundaries of the Crosby...
- fine sands known as the Ashdown Formation, or Ashdown Beds, which along with the Wadhurst Clay and the Tunbridge Wells Sands compose the Hastings Beds...