|2000||Mauch Chunk Formation
Fairmont Park, Philadelphia
Joulter Cays, Bahamas
Glacial Grooves of Kelleys Island
|This is a photo of a sandstone-filled channel cutting through some shale beds in an outcrop of the Mississippian Mauch Chunk Formation at Mile Marker 100 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-70/76) in Somerset County. Photo taken January 3, 2000, facing south.|
|This is a photo of the Lower Paleozoic Wissahickon Formation in Fairmont Park, Philadelphia, PA, from the intersection of Bells Mill Rd. and Wissahickon Creek bike path. It is rather enigmatic to me, because the dark lenticular structures within the schist matrix are randomly oriented. This area is mapped as the Serpentinite Zone on the Germantown Geological Quadrangle map. The GPS coordinates are below if you are into metamorphic rocks and want to find this and look at it yourself - it's a nice bike ride at any rate.
|This is me and a crab walking on the ooid shoal north of Joulter Cays, which are north of Andros Island in the Bahamas. This is from the pre-meeting field trip on June 7 for the 10th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas, which was held on San Salvador Island on June 8-12, 2000.
|This photo shows an outcrop of the Devonian Foreknobs Formation along rt. 994 in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, to the west of Raystown Lake, taken August 20, 2000.|
|These are photos from Glacial Grooves Geological Preserve, Kelleys Island, in Lake Erie, Ohio, taken November 10, 2000.|