An igneous rock for Dr. Pollock

June 13th, 2010

Micah Risacher and Andrew Retzler exploring a stock of nordmarkite in the Gevanim Valley, Makhtesh Ramon, southern Israel. It is somewhat rudely intruded into the Gevanim and Saharonim Formations we're studying. How do we know it's nordmarkite? We're just that good.

One Response to “An igneous rock for Dr. Pollock”

  1. Meagenon 14 Jun 2010 at 2:42 pm

    Don’t be so modest! Even if there were no sign, I’m sure all of that perthite would have given it away.

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