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Proterozoic stromatalites exposed on bedding surface of Helena Dolomite in cirque of Grinnell Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana. Note the Purcell sill in the glacial headwall in the background. (150713-52)
Icebergs on Upper Grinnell Lake, a tarn in the cirque of Grinnell Glacier, Glacier National Park, Montana. Salamander Glacier forms the elongate snowfield above the lake. The bedrock in the foreground and behind the waterfall consists of Proterozoic Helena Dolomite. (150713-50)