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Chapter 55 Glacial sediments and associated strata of the Polarisbreen Group, northeastern Svalbard - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 55 Glacial sediments and associated strata of the Polarisbreen Group, northeastern Svalbard - Photograph supplement
Author: Halverson, Galen P.
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Halverson, Galen P. 2011. “Glacial sediments and associated strata of the Polarisbreen Group, northeastern Svalbard.” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 571-579.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9436
Date: 2011


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Ch55_Fig_1_Halverson.jpg 1.833Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Typical rubbly exposure of Petrovbreen Member (E2) in the Murchisonfjord area, where it is typically 0–1 m thick: dolomite matrix dolomite with abundant carbonate clasts and fewer chert clasts (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).
Ch55_Fig_2_Halverson.jpg 1.823Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Interbedded black shale and grey siltstone in the middle MacDonaldryggen (E3) Member on the south shore of Murchisonfjord (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).
Ch55_Fig_3_Halverson.jpg 4.084Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Calcite pseudomorphs after an early authigenic mineral phases, interpreted by Halverson et al. (2004) to be glendonite (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).
Ch55_Fig_4_Halverson.jpg 1.590Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Tidally influenced, ripple-cross laminated fine sand (in places wave scoured) and marly muds that marks the transition between the Slangen (E4) and Bråvika members, near Sveanor, Murchisonfjord (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).
Ch55_Fig_5_Halverson.jpg 2.409Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Muddy siltstone with granule-rich laminae in the upper Wilsonbreen Formation at Aldousbreen (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).
Ch55_Fig_6_Halverson.jpg 3.114Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Sand wedges penetrating the upper Wilsonbreen just below the contact with the overlying Dracoisen Formation (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).
Ch55_Fig_7_Halverson.jpg 1.789Mb JPEG image Thumbnail Dolomite concretions in the lower Dracoisen Formation, near the maximum flooding surface of the basal transgress-regressive sequence (Photo credit: Galen Halverson).

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