Blue Pastel and Charcoal
An isolated hill capped by Ogallala Formation conglomerates rises above a quarry in the Smoky Hill Chalk.
Overview of the outcrops of cliff-forming Fort Hays and overlying Smoky Hill Members of the Upper Cretaceous Niobrara Formation in southwest Trego County, Kansas.
The second of five from this afternoon...
One of my favorite exposures of the Fort Hays Limestone is about to be removed for road widening. I wanted to catch a few of the parts of this roadcut that I haven't previously documented.
A quarry in Smoky Hill chalk.
A small quarry and roadcut exposure of the Smoky Hill Chalk member.
Third of five from yesterday...
Detail of the lower Fort Hays Limestone. These chalk beds are extensively bioturbated and thus lack many original sedimentary structures.
Contact between the Codell Sandstone and overlying Fort Hays Limestone (chalk).
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