Dry Dredgers Field Trip
September 28, 2002
Richmond, Indiana

Page 1: Some photos of Jon's opening talk

Page 2: Pictures of the road cut
Page 3: Pictures of the Dry Dredgers collecting fossils
Page 4: Pictures of Fossils Found That Day, Part I
Page 5: Pictures of Fossils Found That Day, Part II

Page 2
Pictures of the Road Cut

The site exposes the Whitewater formations, including the Saluda. It is a road cut with steep slope with lots of loose fossils that have fallen down from the ledges above. The cut is found on both sides of the road, but, oddly, the weathering is much different on one side of the road than the other. As you can tell from these pictures, one side is preferred for collecting.



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