Rockingham Street Anomaly

Anomaly Peat – Making and using earth pigments from collected parts of core sample from sites in London. The Rockingham Street Anomaly (an area of peat described as a scour hollow which formed in a cold period) was researched in collaboration with the London Geodiversity Partnership. Samples of peat were collected from 1 to 2 metre depths with a manual auger from a low point in a fenced park area between two council blocks on the Rockingham Estate in SE1.

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