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La mer à Reynel [PNR]

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Hidden : 06/20/2018
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Terrain:
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Cette cache à pour but de vous faire découvrir les coraux fossilisés, si vous regardez bien au sol, vous devriez en découvrir un très grand nombre.

This hiding place in for purpose to make you discover the fossilized corals, if you consider good on the ground, you should discover one very large number.

 

Corail fossile - Fossil coral

 

Géologie - geology :

Voici la carte géologique du secteur de Reynel - Here is the geologic map of the sector of Reynel

 

Les fossiles se trouve dans l'Argovien.

L'étage Argovien présent ici sont des calcaires coralliens très dur, beiges, parfois suboolithiques, grenus ou sublithographiques. Les calcaires coralliens sont surtout riches en traces indéterminables de Polypiers. Grâce à leur dureté, les calcaires coralliens sont largement exploités pour la construction et l'empierrement des routes.

 

Fossils is in Argovien.
The present floor Argovien here are coral limestones very hard, beige, sometimes suboolithiques, grainy or sublithographiques. Coral limestones are especially rich in vague tracks of Polyparies. Thanks to their hardness, coral limestones are widely exploited for the construction and the metalling of roads.

 

Questions :

Loguez cette cache "Found it" et envoyez-moi vos propositions de réponses soit via mon profil, soit via la messagerie geocaching.com (Message Center), et je vous contacterai en cas de problème.

Une photo du lieu sera un plus, mais sans obligation.

 

D'après vos observations des fossiles sur place, leur origine provient plutôt d'une mer calme ou agitée ?

En dehors des coraux, quels autres types de fossiles observe t-on sur place ?

 

Loguez this hiding place " Found it " and send me your proposals of answers either via my profile, or via the geocaching.com messaging (Message Center), and I shall contact you in case of problem.

A photo of the place will be one more, but with no obligation.

According to your observations of the on-the-spot fossils, their origin results rather from a calm or agitated sea?

Except corals, which other types of fossils observe t-on on the spot?

 

 

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