Figure F52. Dynamic and static Formation MicroScanner (FMS) images of the basement and the overlying sediments. A. The FMS image displays the resistivity cycles in the lower part of the hole that are interpreted as alternations of thin-bedded clayey limestones overlain by heavily bioturbated limestones. B. The highly resistive volcanic basement is dipping with a steep angle of ~70 and is overlain by strata that produce a mottled to layered FMS image.