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Le Géoscope de Lozère

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Hidden : 07/25/2014
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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FRANÇAIS

Nous voici sur l'Aire de la Lozère (Au nord du département), le long de l'A75 (sortie 32 ) qui relie Clermont-Ferrand à Béziers, vous y trouverez toutes les commodités, la Maison du Tourisme et une multi-cache (GC2BC99)

Vous trouverez à proximité des coordonnées publiés une carte géologique du département vous indiquant les différentes compostions des sols.



Je vous propose donc de partir à la découverte des différents types de roches. Rendez-vous aux coordonnées ci-dessus et répondez aux questions suivantes:

1/ Quelle est l'altitude du Mont Lozère?
2/ Quel type de Granite le compose?
3/ Combien d'années à durée l'ère primaire (C'est pendant cet ère que le mont Lozère a été créé) ?

Partons maintenant à la découverte des différentes roches:

4/ Quelle est la provenance du Grès Bigarré?
5/ Quelle est la provenance du Granite à deux micas?

Envoyez-moi vos réponses via mon profil sur géocaching.com et attendez ma réponse avant de logger votre découverte.


ENGLISH

We are here in the "Aire de la Lozère » (north of the department), along the A75 highway (exit 32) which connect Clermont-Ferrand and Bézier, Here you’ll find all the hotels, supermarkets, the tourism station and a multi-cache (GC2BC99).

Next to the published coordinates, you’ll find the geological map of this region showing all the different soil composition.



I propose you to start discovering all different rock types. Go to these coordinates (here above) and answer these questions:

1 / What is the altitude of Mont Lozère?
2 / Which type of Granite it is composed ?
3 / How long did the term primary Era last? (Was in this Era that the Mount Lozère was created)?

Let's now explore the different types of rocks:

4 / What is the origin of the red and white sandstone?
5 / What is the origin of a two mica granite?

Send me your answers via my profile on Geocaching.com and wait for my answer before you log in your discovery.

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