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Slope Mountain, a prominent landmark in northwestern Philip Smith Mountains quadrangle near Mile 305 of the Dalton Highway

Figure 8. Slope Mountain, a prominent landmark in northwestern Philip Smith Mountains quadrangle near Mile 305 of the Dalton Highway. Upper part of mountain consists of dominantly nonmarine sandstone, conglomerate, and coal of upper Nanushuk Formation overlying dominantly marine sandstone of lower Nanushuk, which prograded over outer shelf silty mudstones of Torok Formation exposed in lowermost slope. Note Trans-Alaska Pipeline at base of mountain. View to northwest. Photograph by C.G. Mull.

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