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Last glaciation in Europe, ~70,000-20,000 year BP

Last glaciation in Europe, ~70,000-20,000 year BP

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aardrijkskunde.dbz.be graad3 geologie figuren_geologie geologie_europa.jpg

Le relief de la France

Le relief de la France

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Google Image Result for http://www.prehistoricplanet.com/images/features/earth/geologictime/geologictime1.jpg

1897 Cartes des Alpes Planche Originale Nouveau par sofrenchvintage

1897 Cartes des Alpes Planche Originale Nouveau par sofrenchvintage

Great Unconformity. The Flathead Sandstone (Cambrian) overlies Precambrian crystalline rocks in this exposure of the Great Unconformity. This unconformity represents approx. 2 Ba of missing time: near Buffalo Bill Dam, WY 2004. Photo: D.Scott Flamm

Great Unconformity. The Flathead Sandstone (Cambrian) overlies Precambrian crystalline rocks in this exposure of the Great Unconformity. This unconformity represents approx. 2 Ba of missing time: near Buffalo Bill Dam, WY 2004. Photo: D.Scott Flamm

Small thrust fault and fold in sandstone, southern Oregon (flower structure?).

Small thrust fault and fold in sandstone, southern Oregon (flower structure?).

Glacier

Glacier

BIOMARKERS OF THE DEEP in the southwest corner of Spain is a unique geological site that has fascinated astrobiologists for decades. The Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) in Spain’s Río Tinto area is the largest known deposit of sulfide on Earth, and for decades it has been a field-site for scientists studying chemolithotrophic microbes.  Many of these unique organisms are thought to survive independently of the Sun and instead gather the energy they need to live from the chemical imbalance of…

BIOMARKERS OF THE DEEP in the southwest corner of Spain is a unique geological site that has fascinated astrobiologists for decades. The Iberian Pyrite Belt (IPB) in Spain’s Río Tinto area is the largest known deposit of sulfide on Earth, and for decades it has been a field-site for scientists studying chemolithotrophic microbes. Many of these unique organisms are thought to survive independently of the Sun and instead gather the energy they need to live from the chemical imbalance of…

Le Cirque de Gavarnie, Hautes Pyrénées

Le Cirque de Gavarnie, Hautes Pyrénées

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