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.
A cliff of Fort Hays Limestone caps the cutbank of this tributary of the Solomon River.
Third of five from yesterday...
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.
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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