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Tracy Lee 24 Apr 16
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Kathy Benison 2 May 18
Beauty of a tidal flat deposit. Silurian Tonoloway Formation, West Virginia. Love those !
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Susan Onysko 18 Feb 16
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Dr. Rock Mar 30
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Cathy Neth ∞ ® 3 Nov 15
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Polyatomic Studios 27 Mar 15
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Cathy Neth ∞ ® 31 Jul 16
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Jacob Addison 24 Apr 13
424 blaze it fgt!!! Wheeeow &megathrusts
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CARMONA Imagery Mar 15
. ~Rift || Death Valley~ March 2019 . Finally found these giant cracks. Their size are so impressive!!! Hidden at plain sight! .
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Jonathan Davis 16 Feb 17
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EWU_Geology 30 Jun 17
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Heidi Kirsten 21 Feb 17
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Tara Carolin 27 Nov 16
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Zooey Clementine 27 Sep 13
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Paul McConville 9 Apr 18
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Geology Learning 15 Nov 16
First and second order in a shale from the The larger set is the first...
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EPC of Hillsborough 23 May 16
You might be in a if you see , a hydrologic indicator which represents where standing water was.
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Carlo A. Balistrieri 1 May 18
Mud curls on a farm road...the natural evolutionary end to under the right conditions (as when the stratified layers completely and separate). If you have a wet muddy spot this could happen for you—as the top layer dries it shrinks but the layers below …
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Heidi Kirsten 14 Apr 17
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Law Custodio 9 Apr 15
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