Maine Geological Survey
Photo 7: Gray, fine-grained phyllite of the Eliot Formation (Se) showing characteristic weathering pits elongated parallel to the layering within the rocks. These weathering pits represent layers that contain greater percentages of calcite, which weather more readily than the surrounding rocks. Flat shoreline exposure approximately 1500 feet south of Blaney Point on the northern end of Cousins Island, Yarmouth.
Project Name: Bedrock Geology 24k Yarmouth
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bedrock mapping; outcrop; STATEMAP; Yarmouth
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