Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Where on (Google) Earth? #17

This one might look a bit intimidating at first, but applying geologic principles instead of pattern recognition should make it easier than it appears.

A world geologic map might help too.

If former winners could give the public a 24 hour head start, that would be great. As always, an explanation of the method used and the geology featured is a welcome bonus. And everyone is welcome to talk to each other in comments to get on the right track.

Original Where on (Google) Earth series here.


sagan said...

30°58'S 128°27'E

flat, no creek drainage patten,karst with sinkholes,
try the Nullabor especially as the vegitation looks like spinifex rings.

C W Magee said...

That was disgustingly fast.
You're up for 18.

BrianR said...

jeez...this installment was sent out and solved while i slept...nice

Anonymous said...

Yikes! Well done.

sagan said...

Sorry, no blog so I can't do #18, also I'm sorry for forgetting to check my spelling.