Seavington St. Mary SSSI, Somerset facts for kids
|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
|Area of Search||Somerset|
|Area||0.3 hectares (0.0030 km2; 0.0012 sq mi)|
Extensive exposures through much of the Inferior Oolite. This is the most westerly outcrop of this formation in England. It is thus of considerable importance in interpreting the local stratigraphy and sedimentology in relation to the palaeogeography of south-west England in Middle Jurassic times. A valuable Aalenian - Bajocian locality affording a prime educational and research facility.
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