On-Site At The Upper Pleistocene Sehoo Formation, Nevada

An enthusiast of Pleistocene paleontology stands atop a hill composed of whitish silty clays in the Upper Pleistocene Sehoo Formation of Nevada; the view is slightly north of west. The Sehoo records the last great stand of one of the Great Basin's most extensive Pleistocene lakes. Fossil freshwater gastropods and pelecypods are abundant locally in the Sehoo Formation.

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