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Photograph showing the intersection of
      laminated bedding with cleavage that is parallel to the outcrop face and page. For a more detailed explanation, contact Michael Kunk at mkunk@usgs.gov.
Photograph showing steep downdip view of northeast-striking cleavage and transposed vein quartz with dextral kinematic motion. For a more detailed explanation, contact Michael Kunk at mkunk@usgs.gov.
Figure 8. Photographs of rocks of the Marburg Formation at Stop 1. A, Intersection of laminated bedding (trending upper left to lower right) with cleavage that is parallel to the outcrop face and page; both are cut by vein quartz that is transposed (upper left). View is to the east on the face of an outcrop. Pen segment shown is 10 cm long. B, Steep downdip view (to the southeast) of northeast-striking cleavage and transposed vein quartz with dextral kinematic motion. Pen is 1 cm in diameter.

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