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Poorly consolidated sandstone and conglomerate yield the typical rounded hillsides pattern of the White Hills Member of Sagavanirktok Formation

Figure 38. Poorly consolidated sandstone and conglomerate yield the typical rounded hillsides pattern of the White Hills Member of Sagavanirktok Formation. This photograph shows one of the few good outcrops in the area in an unnamed stream drainage on northwest side of the White Hills. This locality is the type section for the basal part of the White Hills Member. Relief from streambed to hilltop is about 300 ft. View to east. Photograph by D.W. Houseknecht.

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