The building blocks of rocks.
Samples contributed to M.A.G.I.C. by Dr. Jay Kaufman at the University of Maryland.
Take a good, close look at sand, ash, and other sediments.
The Cenozoic is the third era in the Phanerozoic eon. It began with the end-Cretaceous extinction event, and we're still in it today.
Eocene-aged Diptera tipulidae fossils from the Florissant Fossil Beds in Colorado. All images were shot for Joseph Cancellare at El Paso Community College.
The Cretaceous is the final period of the Mesozoic era.
More than one sample in the same GigaPan.
The northern Rockies of the United States display world-class examples of geological processes. Montana and Wyoming are two of the best places to see some of this geology in person... or in GigaPan.
The downslope movement of Earth materials due to gravity.
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