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Chapter 37 The record of Neoproterozoic glaciations in the Windermere Supergroup, southern Canadian Cordillera - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 37 The record of Neoproterozoic glaciations in the Windermere Supergroup, southern Canadian Cordillera - Photograph supplement
Author: Smith, Mark D.; Arnaud, Emmanuelle; Arnott, R. W. C.; Ross, Gerald M.
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Smith, Mark D., Arnaud, Emmanuelle, Arnott, R. W. C. and Ross, Gerald M. 2011. “The record of Neoproterozoic glaciations in the Windermere Supergroup, southern Canadian Cordillera.” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 413-423.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9425
Date: 2011


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Ch37_Photo_1_Smith_Arnaud_Arnott_and_Ross.JPG 977.6Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Old Fort Point Formation, Lower Member, Jasper, Alberta. Photo shows interbedded limestone (pink) and siltstone (purple or green) turbidites as well as the distinctive purple to green colour transition (Photo credit: Smith, Arnaud, Arnott, and Ross).
Ch37_Photo_2_Smith_Arnaud_Arnott_and_Ross.JPG 2.145Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Old Fort Point Formation, Middle Member, Cariboo Mountains, British Columbia. Photo shows organic-rich mudstone (pelite) interbedded with fine-grained siltstone or sandstone turbidites (Photo credit: Smith, Arnaud, Arnott, and Ross)
Ch37_Photo_3_Smith_Arnaud_Arnott_and_Ross.JPG 1.923Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Old Fort Point Formation, Upper Member, McKale River, British Columbia. Photo shows two different breccia to conglomerate units which are separated by a prominent erosional surface. Clast size (cm to m) and clast lithologies are diverse in the lower breccia to conglomerate unit (Photo credit: Smith, Arnaud, Arnott, and Ross).
Ch37_Photo_4_Arnaud.jpg 346.2Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Interbedded sandstone and mudstone, Toby Formation, Mount Brewer, Purcell Mountains, British Columbia (Photo credit: Emmanuelle Arnaud).
Ch37_Photo_5_Arnaud.jpg 343.6Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Diamictite, Toby Formation, Farnham Creek, Purcell Mountains, British Columbia. Note pervasive cleavage (Photo credit: Emmanuelle Arnaud).
Ch37_Photo_6_Arnaud.jpg 601.3Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Thick package of Toby Formation sediments consisting of diamictite, sandstone, mudstone and conglomerate. Mt. Brewer, Purcell Mountains, British Columbia (Photo credit: Emmanuelle Arnaud).

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