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Photo ID: ited2cSubject: StructureDescription
Deformation; Faults; Folds; Structural Analysis; Structural Geology; TectonicsThis bowl-like structure in California's San Gabriel Mountains is known as the Devil's Punchbowl. The folded and faulted rocks are a result of movement along the Punchbowl Fault.
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Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Pearblossom; Devil's Punchbowl

Latitude: 34.41 / Longitude: -117.85
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Photo ID: iup0rxSubject: StructureDescription
Displaced Streambeds; Faulting; Faults; Left Lateral Faults; Structural Analysis; Structural Features; TectonicsCalifornia's Garlock fault displays the results of its left-lateral movement near Tehachapi.
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Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Tehachapi; Garlock Fault

Latitude: 35.13 / Longitude: -118.45
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Photo ID: kp1b0dSubject: StructureDescription
Fault Escarpment; Fault Ledge; Fault Scarp; Faulting; Slopes; Structural FeaturesPinto Mountain fault scarp at Joshua Tree National Park visitor center, Twentynine Palms, California. The Washington fan palm trees (Washingtonia filifera) and other vegetation are tapping groundwater blocked by fault gouge created by the Pinto Mountain fault.
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R. Forrest Hopson

Credit Line: Copyright R. Forrest Hopson
North America; United States; California; Pinto Mountain Fault Scarp
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Photo ID: kp1azkSubject: StructureDescription
Faulting; Faults; Landforms; Mesquite Lake Fault; Pressure Ridge; RidgesCampbell Hill, a pressure ridge along the Mesquite Lake fault near Twenty Nine Palms, California.
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R. Forrest Hopson

Credit Line: Copyright R. Forrest Hopson
North America; United States; California; Campbell Hill
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Photo ID: itebb3Subject: StructureDescription
Cambrian; Deformation; Faults; Folding; Folds; Fractures; Structural Analysis; Structural Geology; TectonicsFold expressed in the Cambrian Bonanza King Formation; Panamint Valley west of Death Valley, California.

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Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Panamint Valley
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: iteaigSubject: StructureDescription
Basin Range Structure; Block Structures; Fault Zones; Faults; Landforms; Mountains; Normal FaultsConfidence Hills in Death Valley, California.
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Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Death Valley

Latitude: 36.33 / Longitude: -117
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: ixvtjjSubject: StructureDescription
Chemically Precipitated Rocks; Chert; Deformation; Folds; Franciscan Complex; Hornstone; Lineation; Petrology; Sedimentary Rocks; Structural Analysis; Structural GeologyThis folded chert is in the Franciscan Complex at California's Marin Headlands.
PhotographerLocation
Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Marin Headlands

Latitude: 37.83 / Longitude: -122.51
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: iejntfSubject: StructureDescription
Cretaceous; Facies; Incised Turbidite Channel Facies; Lower Cretaceous; Sandstone; Stratigraphic Traps; Torok Formation; Turbidite Channel FaciesThis exposure is an analogue for incised turbidite channel facies that may form stratigraphic traps in the subsurface. It is in the friable, oil-stained sandstone of the lower Cretaceous Torok Formation along Alaska's Desolation Creek.

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David Houseknecht

Credit Line: Courtesy United States Geological Survey
North America; United States; Alaska; Desolation Creek

Latitude: 68.7 / Longitude: -151.9
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Photo ID: iejnpySubject: StructureDescription
Anticlines; Antiforms; Arches; Folding; Folds; Mississippian; Mountains; Structural Analysis; Structural Geology; Upright FoldsNear Anaktuvuk Pass this broad anticline in the Mississippian Lisburne Group is typical of the rock structure in the northern margin of Alaska's Brooks Range.

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David Houseknecht

Credit Line: Courtesy United States Geological Survey
North America; United States; Alaska; Anaktuvuk Pass

Latitude: 68.14 / Longitude: -15174
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Photo ID: iwjheiSubject: StructureDescription
Deformation; Faulting; Faults; Fissures; Fractures; Franciscan Complex; Intrusions; Sediment Veins; Sedimentary DikesThese sandstone dikes illustrate the extreme pressure and deformation experienced by the Franciscan Complex near California's Point Arena.
PhotographerLocation
Michael Collier

Credit Line: Copyright Michael Collier
North America; United States; California; Point Arena

Latitude: 38.96 / Longitude: -123.74
Photo Quality | Large 

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