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There were plenty of scenic and interesting geologic features
in the creek, that made the trip very worth while.
Of particular note, the shale which is normally found between
the hard limey rock layers, had been long washed away, leaving rock layers with
visible tops and bottoms.
These visible rock surfaces made for easy study of what
fossils existed in each layer.
One of the many things that were visible in the in situ
rock layers was lots of the "U" shaped worm burrows, Diplocriterian,
seen along the edge of the rocks.
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T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S
Page 1: Introduction to Trip
Page 2: Collecting at Site 1
Page 3: More Collecting at Site 1
Page 4: Fossils Found at Site 1
Page 5: Collecting at Site 2
Page 6: Fossils Found at Site 2: Bivalves, Trilobites, Gastropods and Cephalopods
Page 7: Fossils Found at Site 2: Brachiopods, Coral and Bryozoans
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