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Carn Brea Geologists
England

Carn Brea is a granite tor located between Redruth and Camborne, in Cornwall, England. The tor is a great location for an introductory field course in geology and these are two classes of students about to start studying the igneous rocks, weathering processes and mineralisation.

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Tags: carn brea; basset; monument; cornwall; geology; outdoors; granite
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