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AGS Field Trip: Albian Rudist buildup

Field trip to Lake Georgetown spillway--Albian Rudist buildup

The fieldtrip participants will meet Saturday, November 18 at 9am at the small parking lot outside the entrance gate to the Corps of Engineers Cedar Breaks Park on the south side of Lake Georgetown. Cost per participant is $10 and can be paid on site. Bring field shoes, hat, sunscreen, and water; we will provide a printed field guide. Rest rooms are available in the park but not at the spillway. We will spend at least three hours on the excellent exposures of Albian rudist buildups in the spillway, but there is more of the Edwards/Comanche Peak section exposed to explore on your own.

Please contact Charlotte  Sullivan at: charlotte.sullivan(at)pnnl.gov

 

 Exposures of Cretaceous carbonates at the Lake Georgetown spillway, Williamson County, Texas provide a rare three dimensional view of vertical and lateral changes in Upper Albian rudist communities. 

Exposures of Cretaceous carbonates at the Lake Georgetown spillway, Williamson County, Texas provide a rare three dimensional view of vertical and lateral changes in Upper Albian rudist communities. 

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