The second of five from this afternoon...
Detail of the lower Fort Hays Limestone. These chalk beds are extensively bioturbated and thus lack many original sedimentary structures.
A small quarry and roadcut exposure of the Smoky Hill Chalk member.
Contact between the Codell Sandstone and overlying Fort Hays Limestone (chalk).
A quarry in Smoky Hill chalk.
Smoky Hill chalk at the top of the Saline River roadcut (north). An excerpt of a much larger series of photographs that crashed the Stitcher program.
A cliff of Fort Hays Limestone caps the cutbank of this tributary of the Solomon River.
Third of five from yesterday...
Three very patient paleontology grad students give you a sense of scale at Castle Rock, Kansas.
Another angle on Castle Rock...
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