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Photograph of chlorite metasiltstone and phyllonite of the Blockhouse Point domain of the Mather Gorge Formation. For a more detailed explanation, contact Michael Kunk at mkunk@usgs.gov.
 
Figure 10. Photograph of chlorite metasiltstone and phyllonite of the Blockhouse Point domain of the Mather Gorge Formation, Stop 3, looking east into the foliation. Thin layers of metagraywacke, metasiltstone, and vein quartz dipping to the northeast (left) are domains cut by anastomosing shear-band cleavage with dextral kinematic indicators (lower center). Pen is 14 cm long.

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