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Chapter 32 Neoproterozoic glacial records in the Yangtze Region, China - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 32 Neoproterozoic glacial records in the Yangtze Region, China - Photograph supplement
Author: Zhang, Qi-Rui; Chu, Xue-Lei; Feng, Lian-Jun
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Zhang, Qi-Rui, Chu, Xue-Lei, and Feng, Lian-Jun. 2011. “Neoproterozoic glacial records in the Yangtze Region, China” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 357-366.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9383
Date: 2011
Rights Holder: The copyright of the photos rests with the author(s) of the chapter or, where stated, the person who took the photo.


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Ch32_ Photo_1_Zhang_Chu_and_Feng.jpg 1.739Mb JPEG image Thumbnail The first dropstone found at the base of the Chang’an Formation, Jiangkou Group in the Zhaoxing section, Liping County, Southeastern Guizhou Province, likely indicates the transitional lower boundary of the Nanhuan (Cryogenion). The arrow by the side of the column shows the relative stratigraphic level of the shown outcrop (Photo credit: Zhang, Chu and Feng).
Ch32_ Photo_2_Zhang_Chu_and_Feng.jpg 1.813Mb JPEG image Thumbnail The iron formation at the base of the Fulu Formation in the Fengmu section of the Sanjiang County, Northern Guangxi, South China. The arrow by the side of the column shows the relative stratigraphic level of the shown outcrop (Photo credit: Zhang, Chu and Feng).
Ch32_ Photo_3_Zhang_Chu_and_Feng.jpg 1.062Mb JPEG image Thumbnail A typical diamictite outcrop occurred in the Xinluhe section of the Huaihua City, Hunan Province. The arrow by the side of the column shows the relative stratigraphic level of the shown outcrop (Photo credit: Zhang, Chu and Feng).
Ch32_ Photo_4_Zhang_Chu_and_Feng.jpg 1.369Mb JPEG image Thumbnail The black shale of the Datangpo Formation at the Minle Manganese Ore section in Hunan Province. The arrow by the side of the column shows the relative stratigraphic level of the shown outcrop (Photo credit: Zhang, Chu and Feng).
Ch32_ Photo_5_Zhang_Chu_and_Feng.jpg 1.334Mb JPEG image Thumbnail The glaciomarine diamictite at the Yangjiaping section, Shimen County, Hunan Province. The arrow by the side of the column shows the relative stratigraphic level of the shown outcrop (Photo credit: Zhang, Chu and Feng).

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