This trip explores sediments exposed on sea cliffs and in gullies at Skull Cliff. You can examine exposures in two adjacent gullies, labeled as Sections 20 and 65 on the image to the left. Overlain on this aerial photograph are images of the main topographic features in this area. Along the Chukchi Sea are cliffs with a relief of some 75 feet. Other significant exposures are found in gullies that cut into the permafrost and drain down North West into the sea. You can click on this image to look more closely at these features.