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Photo 2018-277: View, looking north, of low cliffs of flat-lying Neoproterozoic sedimentary rocks - uppermost Rae Group (Nelson Head and Aok formations) along the  ...
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2018-277
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View, looking north, of low cliffs of flat-lying Neoproterozoic sedimentary rocks - uppermost Rae Group (Nelson Head and Aok formations) along the Hornaday River
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, Robert
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
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2.10 MB
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Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-256: Escape Rapids Formation laminated siltstone exposed along a west-flowing tributary of the Hornaday River - section is approximately 120 m thick
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2018-256
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Escape Rapids Formation laminated siltstone exposed along a west-flowing tributary of the Hornaday River - section is approximately 120 m thick
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
1.32 MB
1500x930 pixels
300 ppi (JPEG)
Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-257: Pink-weathering, stromatolitic dolostone with grey chert interlayers, upper Mikkelsen Islands Formation west of Hornaday River - rock hammer, for  ...
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2018-257
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Pink-weathering, stromatolitic dolostone with grey chert interlayers, upper Mikkelsen Islands Formation west of Hornaday River - rock hammer, for scale
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
1.62 MB
1500x994 pixels
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Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-258: Red siltstone and interbedded green (redox-altered) fine sandstone of the upper Nelson Head Formation, east of Uyarsiviik Lake
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2018-258
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Red siltstone and interbedded green (redox-altered) fine sandstone of the upper Nelson Head Formation, east of Uyarsiviik Lake
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
0.61 MB
900x675 pixels
180 ppi (JPEG)
Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories; Uyarsiviik Lake
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Photo 2018-259: Conformable, depositional contact between quartzarenite and shale of the Nelson Head and overlying, orange-weathering, stromatolitic dolostone of the  ...
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2018-259
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Conformable, depositional contact between quartzarenite and shale of the Nelson Head and overlying, orange-weathering, stromatolitic dolostone of the Aok formation along the Hornaday River - section is approximately 100 metres thick
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
0.50 MB
900x596 pixels
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Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-260: Aok Formation, orange-weathering dolostone composed of columnar, branching stromatolites of the form genus Inzeria - field of view approximately 25  ...
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2018-260
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Aok Formation, orange-weathering dolostone composed of columnar, branching stromatolites of the form genus Inzeria - field of view approximately 25 cm wide
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
0.57 MB
900x675 pixels
180 ppi (JPEG)
Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-261: Broad, domal, tabular stromatolitic dolostone, upper Boot Inlet Formation, on Roscoe River - person in background, for scale
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2018-261
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Broad, domal, tabular stromatolitic dolostone, upper Boot Inlet Formation, on Roscoe River - person in background, for scale
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
1.17 MB
1500x994 pixels
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Geographic:  
Roscoe River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-262: Unconformity, near waterline, between red, paleo-weathered, dolostone of the Boot Inlet Formation (foreground) and varicoloured sandstones, shale and  ...
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2018-262
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Unconformity, near waterline, between red, paleo-weathered, dolostone of the Boot Inlet Formation (foreground) and varicoloured sandstones, shale and dolostone of the Mount Clark, Saline River and Mount Cap formations (in cliff section), on Hornaday River - cliff section is about 80m thick
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
1.02 MB
1500x730 pixels
300 ppi (JPEG)
Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-263: Brecciated and enterolithically folded, laminated beds of gypsite and gypsiferous dolostone of the Minto Inlet Formation, Little Hornaday River area  ...
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2018-263
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Brecciated and enterolithically folded, laminated beds of gypsite and gypsiferous dolostone of the Minto Inlet Formation, Little Hornaday River area - knife, for scale is about 10cm long
Date:
2015 08
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R. H.
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
1.25 MB
1500x994 pixels
300 ppi (JPEG)
Geographic:  
Little Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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