2000

The first examined layers in the bauxite mine of Iharkút
The first examined layers in the bauxite mine of Iharkút
Attila Ősi on the way to the field
Attila Ősi on the way to the field
There’s a lot of sediment on the potencial layers
There’s a lot of sediment on the potencial layers
The other member of the first expeditions, András Torma
The other member of the first expeditions, András Torma
Hard work in the field (András Torma and Attila Ősi in the picture)
Hard work in the field (András Torma and Attila Ősi in the picture)
Tipical tools of a fieldwork
Tipical tools of a fieldwork
The first bones from Iharkút came from this red and yellow layer, and the purple piece on the left side is a bone fragment.
The first bones from Iharkút came from this red and yellow layer, and the purple piece on the left side is a bone fragment.
The bone-bearing bed is ripped in hand-sized pieces
The bone-bearing bed is ripped in hand-sized pieces
The bones from the first deposit has this purple color
The bones from the first deposit has this purple color
The +bone-bearing beds
The +bone-bearing beds
László Kocsis, one of the first colleagues joined to the expeditions
László Kocsis, one of the first colleagues joined to the expeditions
The bauxit mine in Iharkút
The bauxit mine in Iharkút
A huge amount of rock was moved during the mining activity
A huge amount of rock was moved during the mining activity
The mining was in progress during the first collecting trips
The mining was in progress during the first collecting trips
The open-pit of the bauxite lens 17 was still available in 2000
The open-pit of the bauxite lens 17 was still available in 2000
The bauxite was sometimes excavated more than 100 meter deep below the groundsurface
The bauxite was sometimes excavated more than 100 meter deep below the groundsurface
Sunset in the mine
Sunset in the mine

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