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Chapter 42 The deep-marine glaciogenic Gaskiers Formation, Newfoundland, Canada - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 42 The deep-marine glaciogenic Gaskiers Formation, Newfoundland, Canada - Photograph supplement
Author: Carto, Shannon L.; Eyles, Nick
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Carto, Shannon L. and Eyles, Nick. 2011. “The deep-marine glaciogenic Gaskiers Formation, Newfoundland, Canada.” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 467-473.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9428
Date: 2011


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Ch42_Fig_1.jpg 91.50Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Location of principal outcrops of Gaskiers Formation and associated strata in eastern Newfoundland (Credit: After Eyles and Eyles 1989).
Ch42_Fig_2.jpg 67.22Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Schematic representation of stratigraphy of the eastern Avalon Peninsula and a detailed log through the Gaskiers Formation and associated Mall Bay and Drook Formations at Double Road Point, east side of St. Mary’s Bay (Credit: After Eyles and Eyles 1989, Fig. 1)
Ch42_Fig_3a_Carto_and_Eyles.jpg 196.2Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Facies exposed at Double Road Point. A: Striated dropstone in siltstone (Photo credit: Carto and Eyles).
Ch42_Fig_3b_Carto_and_Eyles.jpg 179.7Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Facies exposed at Double Road Point. B: Hammer on thin thick diamictite bed separated by thin-bedded turbidites from thick diamictite bed below. Note planar tabular geometry of facies typical of Gaskiers Formation (Photo credit: Carto and Eyles).
Ch42_Fig_3c_Carto_and_Eyles.jpg 208.5Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Facies exposed at Double Road Point. C: Pebbly mudstone diamictite facies showing crude upward fining of clast size and decreasing clast content upward (Photo credit: Carto and Eyles).
Ch42_Fig_3d_Carto_and_Eyles.jpg 317.3Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Facies exposed at Double Road Point. D: Turbidites within Gaskiers Formation; disruption is the consequence of post-depositional slumping (Photo credit: Carto and Eyles).
Ch42_Fig_3e_Carto_and_Eyles.jpg 211.6Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Facies exposed at Double Road Point. E: Turbidites of the Mall Bay Formation (Photo credit: Carto and Eyles).

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