Corridor H West Virginia
This box shaped anticline is exposed along the New West Virginia Route 55 west of the town of Moorefield. This example of tectonic folding is seen in Silurian/Devonian limestones, siltstones and shales likely from the Tonoloway Formation. Geologists interpret this sequence of rocks as evidence of a period of tectoni...
This outcrop is located along the new portions of West Virginia Route 55 west of the town of Moorefield. The view is looking at the south side of the freeway and is the on the eastern side of an incredible roadcut exposure of folded paleozoic sedimentary strata over 500 meters long. I shot this location as several sta...
Here is closer look at some small scale folding which are located on larger folds. These minor folds are on a larger fold structure here: www.gigapan.com/gigapans/103100 This Image was made as part of the Mid Atlantic Geo-Imagery Collection (MAGIC)