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Photo 2018-332: Camp on Brock River with sandstone cliffs of the early Neoproterozoic Nelson Head Formation in background
Number:
2018-332
Caption:
Camp on Brock River with sandstone cliffs of the early Neoproterozoic Nelson Head Formation in background
Date:
2018 08 15
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
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7.06 MB
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Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-327: Approximately 25 m-thick Franklin diabase sill intruding lower Mikkelsen Islands Formation, Brock River, N.W.T.
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2018-327
Caption:
Approximately 25 m-thick Franklin diabase sill intruding lower Mikkelsen Islands Formation, Brock River, N.W.T.
Date:
2015 08 06
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
4.68 MB
3000x1987 pixels
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Geographic:  
Brock River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-326: Thick, tabular-bedded, stromatolitic dolostone of the Boot Inlet Formation exhibiting very broad-scale, domal morphology,  Hornaday River, N.W.T.
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2018-326
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Thick, tabular-bedded, stromatolitic dolostone of the Boot Inlet Formation exhibiting very broad-scale, domal morphology, Hornaday River, N.W.T.
Date:
2015 08 02
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
6.69 MB
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Geographic:  
Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-330: Devonian Bear Rock Formation draping and infilling paleotopography on the underlying Franklin Mountains Formation along the lower reaches of the  ...
Number:
2018-330
Caption:
Devonian Bear Rock Formation draping and infilling paleotopography on the underlying Franklin Mountains Formation along the lower reaches of the Hornaday River - section is about 200 m thick
Date:
2014 08 15
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
5.85 MB
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96 ppi (jpeg)
Geographic:  
Little Hornaday River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-325: Interbedded pink fluvial sandstone channel bar deposits and red fine-grained sandstone channel fill deposits of the Nelson Head Formation, Brock  ...
Number:
2018-325
Caption:
Interbedded pink fluvial sandstone channel bar deposits and red fine-grained sandstone channel fill deposits of the Nelson Head Formation, Brock River, N.W.T. - cliff in middle ground is approximately 80 m high
Date:
2014 08 11
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
8.81 MB
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Geographic:  
Brock River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-323: Upper Escape Rapids Formation laminated siltstone and its contact with tan dolostone of the overlying Mikkelsen Islands Formation exposed along a  ...
Number:
2018-323
Caption:
Upper Escape Rapids Formation laminated siltstone and its contact with tan dolostone of the overlying Mikkelsen Islands Formation exposed along a north-flowing tributary of the Brock River - section is approximately 100 m thick
Date:
2014 08 09
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
7.54 MB
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Geographic:  
Brock River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-328: Paraconformity between cream-coloured, paleo-weathered, dolostone of the Neoproterozoic Boot Inlet and orange-weathering sandstones of the Cambrian  ...
Number:
2018-328
Caption:
Paraconformity between cream-coloured, paleo-weathered, dolostone of the Neoproterozoic Boot Inlet and orange-weathering sandstones of the Cambrian Mount Clark Formation on northeast-flowing section of the Roscoe River - cliff section is about 50m thick
Date:
2014 08 07
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
7.38 MB
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Geographic:  
Roscoe River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-324: Rhythmically bedded, buff-weathering dolostone of the upper Mikkelsen Islands Formation, Brock River, N.W.T. - cliff in middle ground is  ...
Number:
2018-324
Caption:
Rhythmically bedded, buff-weathering dolostone of the upper Mikkelsen Islands Formation, Brock River, N.W.T. - cliff in middle ground is approximately 100 m high
Date:
2014 08 06
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
6.80 MB
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Geographic:  
Brock River; Northwest Territories
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Photo 2018-329: Orange-weathering, burrowed dolostone of the Mount Cap Formation exposed along the Amundsen Gulf coastal plain south of Keats Point
Number:
2018-329
Caption:
Orange-weathering, burrowed dolostone of the Mount Cap Formation exposed along the Amundsen Gulf coastal plain south of Keats Point
Date:
2014 08 06
Photographer:  
Rainbird, R H
Collection:  
Natural Resources Canada
Hi-Resolution:  
9.81 MB
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Geographic:  
Keats Point; Northwest Territories
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