The outcrop of the month is a set of beautiful ‘sheath-like folds in metachert’ in Corsica. By Chiara Montomoli, University of Pisa, Italy.
Outcrop of the month – August 2017 by Manuel de Paz (Amsterdam) The Cantabrian Zone (CZ) conforms the Variscan foreland fold and thrust belt, and is located in the core of the Ibero-Armorican arc of NW-Iberia. Deformation is characterized by thin-skinned thrusts and associated folds that accommodate frontal and lateral ramps. The Villazón-Reigada Syncline is … Continue reading Outcrop of the month – August 2017
Winner “Outcrop of the month” – July 2017! The best picture is the Mt. Testo south face by Dario Zampieri (Padova, Italy), showing a negative flower structure. https://www.facebook.com/Outcropedia/photos/a.556434211061786.1073741825.206011896104021/1475410885830776/?type=3&theater