You are browsing the archive for wisconsin Archives - AGU Blogosphere.
19 July 2019
A final Friday fold from Madison, Wisconsin: this one a slab of cut and polished banded iron formation from Australia: What exquisitely beautiful rock! Happy Friday!
5 July 2019
Today’s Friday fold is rendered in stained glass, along with a bunch of other geological details, as seen at the entrance to the geology museum at the University of Wisconsin (site of our previous Friday fold): Beautiful work!
21 June 2019
I’m at a workshop in Madison, Wisconsin, this week. I took the lunch hour today and walked over to the geology department to check out their rock garden and geology museum. I was pleased to find a Friday fold in the rock garden: a limestone with cherty nodules/layering that has been folded…. Bonus: some nice bookshelfing/boudinage of the chert: …And here’s another boulder of the same lovely stuff. And here …