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Photogallery, Page 12 - Geologic pictures from Craftsbury, Vermont
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Clay, Craftsbury, VT (1-2010)

Punky-brown weathering rind on
sandy marble of the Waits River Fm.,
Craftsbury, VT

Quartz vein (15'X50'), Craftsbury, VT

Quartz vein close up, Craftsbury, VT

F4 (Acadian fold, axial plane dips west)
in phyllitic granofels of the Moretown Fm.,
Craftsbury, VT (2-2010)

Granite sill in Devonian sandy
marble, Craftsbury (2-2010)

Amphibian, Craftsbury, VT (1-2010)

Contact between granite and marble, Craftsbury (2-2010)

Fractures in sandy marble (Waits River Fm.), Craftsbury (2-2010)

Interbedded gray phyllite and sandy marble, Waits River Fm., Craftsbury (2-2010)

Biotite orbicules in Devonian orbicular granite, Craftsbury (2-2010)

Biotite orbicules in orbicular granite, Craftsbury (2-2010)

F4 isoclinal folds (1st Acadian event), Craftsbury (2-2010)

F4 isoclinal folds (1st Acadian event) and transposed bedding, Craftsbury (2-2010)

Two Acadian cleavages nearly perpendicular to eachother (in fold nose) and weathered pyrite cubes, Craftsbury (2-2010)

White dolomitic marble, Craftsbury (2-2010)

(A) Two lineations on the limb of a second generation Acadian fold (F5); the older lineation is parallel to the pencil and ther younger shallow plunging lineation is the F5 fold axis, Craftsbury (2-2010)

(B) Gently plunging F5 fold nose which folds the earlier foliation and lineation shown in (A), Craftsbury (2-2010)

Bedding in sandy marble, Devonian Waits River Fm., Craftsbury (2-2010)

Bedding, F3 (1st generation Acadian folds) and S3 (axial planar foliation), Devonian Waits River Fm., Craftsbury (2-2010)

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Photo credits: (1) M. Gale; (2) J. Kim; (3) G. Springston; (4) P. Thompson

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