by Jennifer Ziesch, State Authority for Mining, Energy and Geology, Hannover, Germany
This photo shows Møns Klint, which is a 128 m high Cretaceous chalk cliff. It is an outcrop on the eastern coast of the island of Møn in the Baltic sea, Denmark. The sediments consist of numerous microscopic, over 70 million year old fossils. Later, glaciers compacted and deformed the sediments.
Jennifer Ziesch (distributed via imaggeo.egu.eu)