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About This GigapanToggle
- Taken by
- Callan Bentley
- Explore score
- Print Pricing
- $4.00 to $607.00
- 0.52 Gigapixels
- Date added
- Feb 25, 2013
- Date taken
The Massanutten sandstone is a Silurian-aged passive margin deposit that is correlative to the Tuscarora Formation of the western Valley & Ridge province. A bed is exposed here in a subvertical orientation along the Woodstock Tower Road, near its summit. Perspective is looking across strike to the west-northwest. Trace fossils (Arthrophycus?) may be observed in many orientations within the bedding plane; In this version of the GigaPan, those traces have been highlighted with blue lines. It can (should) be compared with the non-annotated version, here: gigapan.com/gigapans/124277
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Structural orientation (right-hand rule) of bedding: 037°, 84°
Image made as part of the Mid-Atlantic Geo-Image Collection (M.A.G.I.C.)