Bone Valley

By: Hunter Mcguire and Pamela Jimenez

Where is it located?

The Bone Valley is a region of central Florida.
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When?

A million years ago

  • Geologic Age: Miocene/Pliocene



I have a passionate, anxious, strong character when it comes to my learning/grades. my mother once told me, "school is the only thing you do all the time, so might at as well be good at it" I practically live off this saying.

I have a a lot of self confidence that creates me into my own leader.

I dedicate my time towards my education because I know I have the time to buckle down and do it. my family has persuaded me in the best of ways. I have had multiple times where I wanted to go apply myself in the real world and get a job, earn my own money and become independent. i processed the fact if I do get a job, I would have to dedicate all my time for that job leaving me no spare time for my school work. I remembered my moms exacts words about school being the only thing I do so might as well be good at it. i neglected the desire of getting a job and now focus more on my work. I love getting good grades. I love being able to earn what I want at the end because I know I earned it. I love having that tiny feeling of accomplishment when I have finished all my work for the next day. as a person, I know i have a strong character for giving my all to the things I love. in the end, it results into accomplishments that I happily have worked for and successfully made. if I have the time to do my best then I can be the best. I am forever grateful of my mother for giving me that.


What is it?

The Bone Valley is known to be an area supplied with phosphate that came from the sea deposition a million years ago.

How?

The phosphate comes from sediment that was deposited through layers on the bottom of the sea floor. Its known to be rich sediments that scientist believe formed from precipitation of phosphate from seawater waste products and skeletons from the living.

Why in Flordia?

When huge sharks and massive whales piled back then in the sea they shared the stage with land animals. These animals were like threetoed horse and giant sloth; they are believed to have made the trek to North America from Asia passing the Bering Straight land Bridge (when sea level was lower).

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