The Estous Sandstone

The Estous Sandstone at Bellevue

The Estous Sandstone

Age: Upper part of the Campanian (70 My.)

Thickness: 10 metres

Fossils: Bone and egg fragments of Dinosaurs.

This unit appears in relief between the units of the Lower red Marl formation. It is a massive sandstone, a few metres thick, with a lot of channels sometimes separated by thin red marl layers.

The Estous Sandstone at Arque

Large, deeply eroded fluvial channels filled with conglomerate and sandstone in the Estous Sandstone formation, Arques.


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