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Photogallery Page 7

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Towers at Eden Quarry, Eden, VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

Lowell Quarry, Lowell, VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

Lowell Quarry, Belvidere Mtn., Lowell, VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

Fractured garnet and amphibole in thin section, Belvidere Mtn Amphibolite (1, 1980)

Helicitic texture in albite porphyroblast, Belvidere Mtn. greenstone, Eden, VT (1, 1980)

Folds(F2), Belvidere Mtn. greenstone, Eden, VT (1, 1980)

View of Hadley mtn. from the summit of Belvidere Mtn., Eden and Lowell, VT(1, 1980)

Erosion of waste piles, Belvidere Mtn., VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

Grossular garnet, Belvidere Mtn. (S. Krevor, 2004)

Looking east at waste pile, Belvidere Mtn., Eden and Lowell, VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

"C" Quarry, Eden, VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

Asbestos fibers, Lowell Quarry, VT (S. Krevor, 2004)

Chrysotile (S. Krevor, 2004)

Picrolite - a field term for a variety of
antigorite (S. Krevor, 2004)

Albite gneiss (S. Krevor, 2004)

Closed asbestos mine, Belvidere Mountain, Eden and Lowell, VT (C. Orsi, 2004)

Scientists examine the sheared, serpentinized ultramafic rock in the Lowell Quarry, Belvidere Mtn. (S. Krevor, 2004)

Cold Spring issues from base of till, Dorset, VT (D. DeSimone, 2007)

McNamara Spring issues from base of till slope with karst carbonate source, Dorset (D. DeSimone, 2007)

Fold in Cambrian Dunham dolomite, Dorset, VT (2-8/8/2007)

Evans-deKnotbeck Spring, Dorset, VT (2 - 8/8/2007)

Where did it go? Disappearing stream, Dorset, VT (2- 8/8/2007)

Stream fed by the Evans-deKnotbeck Spring dives into the bedrock and disappears, Dorset, VT (2 - 8/8/2007)

Evans- deKnotbeck Spring re-emerges down valley from a sinkhole, Dorset (D. DeSimone, 2007)

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

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