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Chapter 45 Glacially influenced sedimentation of the Puga Formation, Cuiabá Group and Jacadigo Group, and associated carbonates of the Araras and Corumbá groups, Paraguay Belt, Brazil - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 45 Glacially influenced sedimentation of the Puga Formation, Cuiabá Group and Jacadigo Group, and associated carbonates of the Araras and Corumbá groups, Paraguay Belt, Brazil - Photograph supplement
Author: Alvarenga, Carlos J. S.; Boggiani, Paulo C.; Babinski, Marly; Dardenne, Marcel A.; Figueiredo, Milene F.; Dantas, Elton L.; Uhlein, Alexandre; Santos, Roberto V.; Sial, Alcides N.; Trompette, Roland
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Alvarenga, Carlos J. S., Boggiani, Paulo C., Babinski, Marly, Dardenne, Marcel A., Figueiredo, Milene F., Dantas, Elton L., Uhlein, Alexandre, Santos, Roberto V., Sial, Alcides N., and Trompette, Roland. 2011. “Glacially influenced sedimentation of the Puga Formation, Cuiabá Group and Jacadigo Group, and associated carbonates of the Araras and Corumbá groups, Paraguay Belt, Brazil. In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 481-486.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9431
Date: 2011


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Ch45_Fig_1_Alvarenga_etal.jpg 262.8Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Cast-rich diamictite level between laminated fine-grained sediment. Puga Formation, Bauxi, Mato Grosso, Brazil (Photo credit: Alvarenga, Boggiani, Babinski, Dardenne, Figueiredo, Dantas, Uhlein, Santos, Sial, and Trompette).
Ch45_Fig_2_Alvarenga_etal.jpg 453.1Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Isolated granite clast in banded iron formations. Santa Cruz Formation, Corumbá, Mato Grosso do sul, Brazil (Photo credit: Alvarenga, Boggiani, Babinski, Dardenne, Figueiredo, Dantas, Uhlein, Santos, Sial, and Trompette).
Ch45_Fig_3_Alvarenga_etal.jpg 330.9Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Sharp contact between diamictite (Marinoan - Puga Formation) and the laminated pinkish dolostone (Mirassol d’Oeste Formation). Terconi Quarry at Mirassol d’Oeste, Mato Grosso, Brazil (Photo credit: Alvarenga, Boggiani, Babinski, Dardenne, Figueiredo, Dantas, Uhlein, Santos, Sial, and Trompette).
Ch45_Fig_4_Alvarenga_etal.jpg 400.7Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Aragonite pseudomorph crystals in Mirassol d’Oeste Formation, Mato Grosso, Brazil (Photo credit: Alvarenga, Boggiani, Babinski, Dardenne, Figueiredo, Dantas, Uhlein, Santos, Sial, and Trompette).
Ch45_Fig_5_Alvarenga_etal.jpg 281.4Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Wave ripples in Mirassol d’Oeste Formation. Terconi Quarry a t Mirassol d’Oeste. Mato Grosso, Brazil (Photo credit: Alvarenga, Boggiani, Babinski, Dardenne, Figueiredo, Dantas, Uhlein, Santos, Sial, and Trompette).
Ch45_Fig_6_Alvarenga_etal.jpg 98.77Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Striated boulder from a massive diamictite horizon forming the upper part of the Puga Formation, Mirassol d’Oeste, Mato Grosso, Brazil (Photo credit: Alvarenga, Boggiani, Babinski, Dardenne, Figueiredo, Dantas, Uhlein, Santos, Sial, and Trompette).

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