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The Hocking College Experience

GeoEnvironmental Science Students Examine Field-Evidence of the Last Ohio Sea

by Hocking College Contributing Writer

Students from the GeoEnvironmental Science Program ascend a local highway road to cut in search of Ames limestone. This distinctive rock layer marks the last time seas flooded Ohio. This is a significant event in Ohio's geologic history and is one that's observed in the Historical Geology course at Hocking, which focuses on the geologic origin of the North American continent in particular.

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