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Leading edge of Fold-Thrust Belt at Sun River Canyon, Montana. The lower cliff consists of Mississippian Madison Limestone thrust over Jurassic Morrison Fm. and Cretaceous Blackleaf Formation, visible in the river bank. The upper cliff consists of Devonian and Mississippian carbonates thrust over the same. (190716-16)
Aerial view of leading edge of the Fold and thrust belt of northern Montana –that part called the “Disturbed Belt”, which consists of ridges of Devonian and Mississippian Limestone thrust over recessive Jurassic and Cretaceous rocks. (210612-111)
Aerial view of the Chippewa River and its floodplain as it flows through Eau Claire, Wisconsin. View towards the north. View takes in Halfmoon Lake (center) an oxbow lake, Putnam Park, (right center) also an abandoned channel, and Dells Pond (center, north of Halfmoon Lake) a flooded meander and oxbow. The confluence with the smaller Eau Claire River lies between those three features. Lake Wissota and the town of Chippewa Falls lie in the background (210612-18)