Take a virtual fieldtrip to Kashong Glen in Geneva and examine its fossils and rocks


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      NSDL_SetSpec_ncs-NSDL-COLLECTION-000-003-111-985,oai:nsdl.org:2200/20120110191058876T,NSDL,Kashong Glen; deep ravine south of Geneva, New York; cuts into rocks about 380 million years old; ravine was carved by Kashong Creek as it drops several hundred feet into the north end of Seneca Lake; Rocks exposed in the ravine are part of the Hamilton Group; a thick stack of siliciclastic; which means quartz sand and clay-rich; rocks named for exposures near Hamilton, Madison County, New York; The rocks exposed in this gorge were formed during the middle part of the Devonian Period; Kashong Glen is one of the best places in New York State to study the rocks of the Hamilton Group and fossils from the Middle Devonian; Take the field trip; See some fossils from Kashong Glen; Learn more about the Devonian Period; Locality Information



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