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A grey day at the knob. "The rocky ridge that forms the Knob is a piece of the moraine, the hilly sweep of land that runs from Cuttyhunk to Bourne. The Knob began as a crack or crevasse in the edge of the ice sheet. As the ice melted that crack filled up with the rock, sand, silt, and gravel that had been carried...
FHSU geology students - see if you can find them all - are busily at work mapping a small knob that is not long for this Earth. (For more information about our field camp see: www.fhsu.edu/geo /) This locality has been a mapping spot for many years on the FHSU Geology Summer Field Camp, and we'll be sorry to se...