Virtual Museum ID: 19-QM55.8e
A concretion is a hard, compact, rounded mass that formed within a rock from the precipitation of minerals around a nucleus(center), often organic such as a leaf, shell, bone or fossil. This precipitation occurs in the pores of a sedimentary or fragmental volcanic rock usually of a different composition than the host rock where it is found. Concretion represents cementing material, such as silica, calcite, dolomite, iron oxide, pyrite, or gypsum and it ranges in diameter from small pebble size object to 3m wide boulders.
The information listed below relates to the current holding location or collection that the sample is from, and whether the item is viewable at that location or is part of a private collection. Coordinates are given as guides, and we remind you that collecting specimens from these locations is not allowed. Caution is advised visiting such sites and Below BC assumes no responsibility for any injuries or trespassing charges that may occur as a result of the viewer entering these sites.
Original Collection:Quesnel & District Museum (QM)
Virtual Museum ID:19-QM55.8e
Date Added to VM:2019-08-24
Datum:10 (NAD 83)
Primary Mineral Formula:-
Advanced Geological Information
The following section provides geological data relating to the specimen or the site it was collected from, when available. Information has been obtained from various sources including private and government datasets but may not be up to date. Any geological time periods or ages listed often relate to the primary geology of the area, and may not be the actual date of an event such as mineral formation.