Stone Run
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Basic Information

A Stone Run, Stone River, Stone Stream, or Stone Sea is a geological feature comprised of large collections of boulders, rocks, or shattered rocks in close proximity. Most are formed by glaciation or cycles of freezing and melting temperatures during an ice age. As the various names imply, the stones may be left so closely together, often in long thick lines, as to look like a river of rocks. There's generally no debris or pebbles left between the larger rocks of a genuine stone run. The lighter stuff is all washed or eroded away over the ages, so all you'll see is big hefty rocks.

The Falkland Islands feature several large and noteworthy stone runs.



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