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Bluff along east bank of Sagavanirktok River (foreground) and southern end of Franklin Bluffs, showing contrast between Franklin Bluffs Member of Sagavanirktok Formation  and brown-weathering, lignite-bearing silty mudstone of upper part of White Hills Member

Figure 40. Bluff along east bank of Sagavanirktok River (foreground) and southern end of Franklin Bluffs (background), showing contrast between Franklin Bluffs Member of Sagavanirktok Formation (background) and brown-weathering, lignite-bearing silty mudstone of upper part of White Hills Member (foreground). The contact between the two members is concealed beneath the gentle slope in the middle of the photograph as shown by yellow dashed line. View to northeast. Photograph by C.G. Mull.

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