As a first time WoGE winner, I am delighted to select and host the current one.
If you are new to Where on Google Earth (WoGE), an explanation of the game can be found here- http://geosociety.wordpress.com/2010/11/03/where-on-google-earth-219/
Find the location of the below target on Google Earth, include longitude/latitude and describe the geology you see. I have no idea if this will be an easy or a hard one but in the interest of helping out all other WOGE newbies I’ll envoke the Schott rule meaning previous winners need to wait an hour for each WOGE they have won before answering.
Posted 6th December 2010 11:45AM GMT
Congrats to Felix who found the location and relayed its geological significance – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/K%E2%80%93T_boundary
As promised in my response to Felix I have managed to locate the picture of me at the locality. I qualify this picture with the statement that we had spent many days in rural northern Tunisia and the head scarves were extremely useful during that time. shame we all looked like such a bunch of numpties!
Girls all on one side of the boundary and boys on the other (i’m the numpty in the white head scarf that didnt get this memo and/or am confused about my sexuality!). Perhaps if i’d listened more at university i might be able to advise which side if the boundary is which!!! But i didnt and so i cant. Sorry!