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A gravel layer is a clastic sediment that contains rounded stones in a finer matrix. This sediment often occurs in rivers with a steep gradient, where degradation sediments like stones, and rocks are transported by erosion of mountains. When this sediment has hardened, it’s called “conglomerate”.
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