|Upper Cretaceous C5 formation (60 million years old) near Bustos|
|Measuring the resistivity of the clay (3 ohmm)|
|and the conductivity of the lake water...|
Then on to the second point of the excursion, travelling back several million years in geologic time to the Upper Cretaceous C3-4 formation (Turonian - Coniacian series) overlain by recent Quaternary deposits near the town of Mamarossa.
|Discussing the Cretaceous C3-4 formation, overlain by Quaternary sands and beautiful heather plants|
|Small 80 million year old fossils in a Cretaceous rock. These happy little creatures lived in a shallow sea and never feared ending up for dinner on someones plate...|
There is also a clearly visible fault that cuts of the limestone banks, and vineyards for those who have a taste for wine.
|Looking at fossils and rocks of the C3 formation|
|Looking at the Cretaceous C1-2 formation|
|Emiel and Abdi looking at the Muscovite - mica layer|
|Get bling-bling hands by rubbing mica!!! The latest trend...|
|Group 2012 in the Cretaceous.|
|Searching for cross-bedding in the Quaternary sands|
|Donovan with cross-bedding|