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Field trip to Beach 4, Olympic coast

Dear friends,

At long last, I’ve added a new field trip. This one investigates an angular unconformity, a disconformity, and turbidite layers at Beach 4, just north of Kalaloch in Olympic National Park. You’ll find the full story here.

This field trip is an excerpt from the book I’m writing, Geology Underfoot in Western Washington, to be published by Mountain Press.

And not one single mention of ‘erratics’ in this field trip!

Many new people have subscribed to this blog; my apologies tp you that it has taken me so long to get some new material written. I’ve been focusing writing and remodeling my home office.

Now, back to the grindstone!

Cheers, Dave

Take me to the field trip!


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