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Chelford

Chelford
1. An interstadial that occurred 65 000–60 000 years bp, during the Devensian glaciation.

2. Sections of alluvial sands and organic muds containing tree remains from the Chelford interstadial, overlaid and underlaid by till, that are exposed in sandpits between Chelford and Congleton, in Cheshire, England.

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Chelford

Chelford
1. An interstadial that occurred 65 000–60 000 years BP, during the Devensian glaciation.

2. Sections of alluvial sands and organic muds containing tree remains from the Chelford Interstadial, overlaid and underlaid by till, that are exposed in sand pits between Chelford and Congleton, in Cheshire, England.

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