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6 October 2017

Friday fold: recumbent isoclinal folds in Saruratown Mtn window, NC

Here’s a cool fold pair that rolled through my Twitter feed today: 2nd day Appalachian field trip. Recumbent isoclinal folds on a clear morning at Sauratown Mtns window NC pic.twitter.com/sHkmbp6roh — Joe Allen (@CU_in_the_field) October 6, 2017 Joe Allen gave me permission to share it with you here. Here’s the photo with bedding traced out (by me)  in yellow: Happy Friday, all!

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8 November 2012

Neoacadian Inner Piedmont trip, part I: the Walker Top

Check out these lovely images (mouth-watering, even) of the protomylonitic and mylonitic Walker Top Granite of North Carolina’s Inner Piedmont. There’s also some views of the field trip participants and scenery.

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