Unconformable contact between the Lewisian gneiss (3.0 Ga) and the Torridonian Group (1.0 Ga).
Proterozoic siliciclastics. Spot the paleomag drill holes ("research vandalism")
Part of the Cambrian succession exposed north of Loch Assynt. Note the Skolithos trace fossils. Less obvious are small, cone-like Salterella.
Cambrian quartz arenite with prominent Skolithos tubes. Here, iron oxide staining highlights the trace fossils.
Skolithos tubes define this member of the Cambrian quartzite, north of Loch Assynt.
A 17 emeletes tetején készült.
Ancient lakeshores (lake dammed by glacial ice) etched into the valley walls.
Sol 1407 An interesting close up of rock examples at the current vacinity of the MSL curiosity rover
Shorelines of an ancient glacier-dammed lake, etched into the sides of this U-shaped valley.
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