This field trip was part of the 2009 Keck Geology Consortium Symposium, held at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. This trip went to four localities: one to sediments in the bottomland of a small stream, and three to folded rocks including quartz conglomerate, dolomite and limestone, and sandstone. Note, my understanding of the geology in this region is limited, so let me know about any errors.
|Field trip stops|
|Stop 1||Big Spring Run bottom land|
|Stop 2||Samuel Lewis State Park|
|Stop 3||LWB dolomite quarry|
|Stop 4||Chickies Rock|
Generalized geologic map of SE Pennsylvania, showing the location of Lancaster, PA, and the four field trip stops.
Merritts, D., Walter, B., de Wet, C., Hopkins, D., Ismat, Z., and thomas, R., 2009, Bedrock and Surfical Geology of Lancaster and York Counties, PA. Keck Geology Consortium, 22nd Annual Field Trip Guide, Department of Earth and Environment, Franklin and Marshall College, 59 p.