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Chapter 29 The Tsagaan Oloom Formation, southwestern Mongolia - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 29 The Tsagaan Oloom Formation, southwestern Mongolia - Photograph supplement
Author: Macdonald, Francis A.
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Macdonald, Francis A. 2011. “The Tsagaan Oloom Formation, southwestern Mongolia.” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 331-337.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9381
Date: 2011
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Ch29_Fig_A_Macdonald.jpg 369.6Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Dropstone in the Maikhan Ul member on Khongoryn Block near section F701. Clast is composed of ash-flow tuff from the Dzabkhan Formation, which has impacted into a laminated siltstone matrix. Coin is 2.25 centimetres in diameter (Photo credit: Francis A. Macdonald).
Ch29_Fig_B_Macdonald.jpg 387.4Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Contact between the Maikhan Ul member and the dark colored, fine-laminated limestone of the basal Tayshir cap carbonate. The recessive bed at the contact is an ~5 cm thick clay layer. Photo taken on Tayshir Block, section F713 (Photo credit: Francis A. Macdonald).
Ch29_Fig_C_Macdonald.jpg 389.2Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Striated limestone clast in the Khongoryn diamictite. These striated clasts are composed of limestone from the Tayshir member weathering out of a diamictite with a black shale matrix, east of Tsagaan Gol, section F723. Coin is 2.25 centimetres in diameter (Photo credit: Francis A. Macdonald).
Ch29_Fig_D_Macdonald.jpg 386.1Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Tubestone stromatolite in the Ol member on the Tayshir Block, section F716. Coin is 2.25 centimetres in diameter (Photo credit: Francis A. Macdonald).
Ch29_Fig_E_Macdonald.jpg 461.9Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Giant wave ripple in the Ol member on the Tayshir Block, section F716. Coin is 2.25 centimetres in diameter (Photo credit: Francis A. Macdonald).
Ch29_Fig_F_Macdonald.jpg 376.9Kb JPEG image Thumbnail ‘Shrub’ of pseudo-morphosed aragonite crystal fans in the Ol member on the Khongoryn Block, section F709 (Photo credit: Francis A. Macdonald).

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