This week Metsähallitus and Geological Survey of Finland worked together in order to take samples and do mapping on a clay labyrinth found in 2014 from Simo.
On Thursday morning Metsähallitus and GTK field workers put their heads together and made a plan for taking samples from a clay area in Simo which might be very old, and very interesting. The place was originally found in 2014 and now we finally had the chance to take samples of the clay for dating.
The weather was quite cloudy, but otherwise the conditions were perfect for diving because the water was very clear and visibility was good. We got samples from four different places, and now we just wait to hear how old this clay is! Stay tuned for more information on this beautiful clay labyrinth! 🙂
Written by Suvi Saarnio, Metsähallitus