Felix‘ WoGE #293 led us to a giant dune field in northern Namibia, adding one more location to my where-I-need-to-go-list. The dunes stretch over hundreds of kilometers across southern Africa, which made it not too easy to find the actual spot. Luckily, I came across Heike’s thesis. Felix asked me to show some evidence for tsunamis in the Mediterranean in the next round, so find out whether I did or not. Should be rather easy.The rules are simple: Find the location on the image below, provide coordinates and a brief description of the geological feature in the comments. I do invoke the Schott rule (you need to wait for 60 minutes for every previous win), but limited to max. 48 hours. Posting time is 28 June, 16:04 UTC.The winner earns all the glory and the honour to host the next geological WoGE on her or his (geo)blog.
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