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Chapter 39 The Edwardsburg Formation and related rocks, Windermere Supergroup, central Idaho, USA - Photograph supplement

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Title: Chapter 39 The Edwardsburg Formation and related rocks, Windermere Supergroup, central Idaho, USA - Photograph supplement
Author: Lund, Karen; Aleinikoff, John N.; Evans, Karl V.
Abstract: Companion photographs to the book chapter Lund, Karen, Aleinikoff, John N. and Evans, Karl V. 2011. “The Edwardsburg Formation and related rocks, Windermere Supergroup, central Idaho, USA.” In: Arnaud, E., Halverson, G. P. and Shields-Zhou, G. (eds) The Geological Record of Neoproterozoic Glaciations. Geological Society, London, Memoirs, 36, 437-447.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/9427
Date: 2011
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Ch39_Photo_1_Lund_Aleinikoff_and_Evans.jpg 1.058Mb JPEG image View/Open Ribbon-laminated marble and calc-silicate metasiltite from Missouri Ridge Formation. Hammer (handle 30 cm) for scale (Photo credit: Lund, Aleinikoff and Evans).
Ch39_Photo_2_Lund_Aleinikoff_and_Evans.jpg 231.2Kb JPEG image Thumbnail Volcanic and sedimentary clasts and volcanic matrix from diamictite of Daugherty Gulch, showing unsorted, nonlayered nature of unit. Lens cap is 6 cm wide (Photo credit: Lund, Aleinikoff and Evans).
Ch39_Photo_3_Lund_Aleinikoff_and_Evans.jpg 759.2Kb JPEG image View/Open Hogback Rhyolite Member. Phenocrysts include K-feldspar, plagioclase, and dipyramidal quartz. Sample about 16 cm long (Photo credit: Lund, Aleinikoff and Evans).
Ch39_Photo_4_Lund_Aleinikoff_and_Evans.jpg 901.6Kb JPEG image View/Open Matrix-supported metamorphosed graywacke with quartzite and calc-silicate gneiss cobbles and pebbles in the Wind River Meadows Member, near base of unit. Hammer (handle 30 cm) for scale (Lund, Aleinikoff and Evans).
Ch39_Photo_5_Lund_Aleinikoff_and_Evans.jpg 913.7Kb JPEG image View/Open Metamorphosed rhyodacite flow breccia or reworked tuff with stretched rhyodacite pebbles from the Wind River Meadows Member. Edge of compass (5 cm in view) for scale (Photo credit: Lund, Aleinikoff and Evans).

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