I almost described this as "conglomerate," then I took a closer look. Given the angularity of the clasts, I think "sedimentary breccia" is a better description. This is on the road side of what looks like a large sea stack, tectonically uplifted enough to be mostly above sea level- completely, at high tide- on the shore south of Gold Beach, Oregon.Photo unmodified. May 7, 2013. FlashEarth location.
A new polymer material reduces the force of collisions.
Dec 11 2013 - 3:15pm
Marsha Lewis, ISTV Contributing Producer
Inside Science TV
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