Howabout growing up on Upper Namurian Millstone Grit - infact, the Marsdenian Zone which is rather spooky considering my surname is Marsden...Also within a mile of the "Tees-Ex Line" (a major angular uncomformity between Permo-Triassic rocks, and Carboniferous/earlier. which cuts right across England).First University was on Cretaceous - chalk iirc, along the edge of the Fens (Holocene peat/etc). Then back to the Carboniferous (Lower Coal Measures) for my MSc.At the moment? Well Quarternary/Late Tertiary Drift/Sedimentary Cr*p (technical term used by hard-rock geologists).RichardPS: my first Foolish Post - wahey!PPS: Locations? Well, in order: just NE of Leeds,UK; Cambridge,UK; Durham,UK; Houston,TX
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