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This is the core of an anticline along the cliff walk near Ballycotton, Co. Cork. This fold has a few interesting features. The thick blocky layers are composed of samdstone. These layers are competant and can be seen to hold their thickness across the gold hinge. The greenish middle layer is composed of siltstone. Siltstone is incompetant and deforms much easier than the sandstone. It can be seen the thicken at the hinge an thin out along the limbs. This is known as flexural flow #Geology #Rocks #Folding #StructuralGeology #Cork

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Such structures are meanings of happiness for a Geologist.
P.S: the hanging wall of Nathiagali Thrust/Kalabagh Fault, Precambrian Hazara Slates at Southern slopes of Miranjani Peak near Nathia Gali, Pakistan
Thank you Yasir Shaheen for this awesome photo.
#LearningGeology #Geology #structuralgeology #folds

Proudly present my current research titled "Strike-Slip Fault Characterization to Determine Regional Strain, Analogue from Cipamingkis River Fault Outcrop". One fault down, thousand to go - ISCPMS 2017 with Geoscience Team University of Indonesia
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You *might* be a #StructuralGeology student if you have #playdoh stuck in your wedding ring. 😂

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Homemade strike/dip determining device I made for class. I didn't invent this, but it's easy and relatively cheap to make with a piece of stiff cardboard and a bubble level. 9-18-17. #strike #dip #angleofdip #structuralgeology #crossbeds #crossbedding #optinside #student #classroom #bubblelevel #geology #geologyiseverywhere

Forgot to share this... it is done!!!🎉MSc thesis 🍸 #uavmodels #geology #structuralgeology #thesis #geologia #geologyrocks #geologíacolombia #ucl

This photo taken in one of our study areas in NW #Argentina gives you a sense of the massive scales we often work at in #remotesensing. The geologist you can see bottom right is a speck on this 3,000 m elevation #salar (that snow capped peak tops out at about 6,000 m). Although I mostly use #satellite data, we also collect on the ground GPS measurements to verify the satellite accuracy. Not to mention helping other #geoscientists working in #geochemistry #mineralogy #structuralgeology and more collect their samples and measure the #rocks and #dirt.

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