Where on GoogleEarth? WoGE #327

Matthew chose to take us to the Baikal Rift with his WoGE #326. The Olkhon island is almost as large as Madeira and has some fascinating tectonic features, thanks again for pointing me to that great spot, Matthew! Now it’s time for a new challenge. Find the following feature on GoogleEarth, post the location and a brief description of the geology in the comments, and all the fame will be yours.

I do envoke the Schott rule, which means you have to wait one hour for each previous win. Posting time is 15:04 UTC. If you are not sure about the rules, have a look here. You’ll also find a kmz-file with all the previous locations.

Click first on image, then on 1699 x 1084 in the header to enlarge:

Good luck!

Update: Since it’s been some days without a solution, here’s a larger image. Now it should be easy to find the spot.

 

Who was it?

Christoph Grützner
works at the Neotectonics and Natural Hazards Group, RWTH Aachen University, Germany. He likes the Mediterranean and uses geophysics to search for ancient earthquakes.