Jamaica’s geodiversity (Part 1): Introduction and some older highlights (Cretaceous to Miocene)

📄 Print or Save to PDF 📄 2 Column Stephen K Donovan (The Netherlands) and Trevor A Jackson (Trinidad) With a length of only about 240km, Jamaica cannot be considered a large island. It is also relatively ‘young’ geologically, the oldest rocks being only about 140myrs old. This might sound…


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