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Photo ID: hjz82hSubject: StructureDescription
Anticlines; Big Horn County; Folds; Orientation; Synclines; TectonicsSheep Mountain Anticline between Greybull and Lovell, WY. View to the southwest. Anticline plunges to the northwest. At the left is a northwest-plunging syncline. Note that Bighorn River has been superimposed across this structure.
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Louis Maher

Credit Line: Copyright Louis Maher
North America; United States; Wyoming; Sheep Mountain Anticline
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Photo ID: hpe1i5Subject: StructureDescription
Anticlines; Big Horn County; Deformation; Folds; Orientation; Rivers; Synclines; TectonicsSheep Mountain Anticline between Greybull and Lovell, WY. View is to the southeast. At left is a northwest-plunging syncline. Note that Bighorn River has been superimposed across this structure.
PhotographerLocation
Louis Maher

Credit Line: Copyright Louis Maher
North America; United States; Wyoming; Sheep Mountain Anticline
Photo Quality | Large 

Photo ID: hpe228Subject: StructureDescription
Amsden Formation; Anticlines; Big Horn County; Bighorn River; Chugwater Formation; Folds; Lithostratigraphy; Madison Limestone; Mississippian; Outcrops; Pennsylvanian; Rivers; Tectonics; TriassicSheep Mountain Anticline located between Greybull and Lovell, WY. View to the southwest. Bighorn River superimposed across the fold; note a railroad uses the same cut. Madison Limestone (Mississippian) and Amsden Formation (Pennylvanian) form the ridge; the red Chugwater Formation (Triassic) crops out near the river.

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Louis Maher

Credit Line: Copyright Louis Maher
North America; United States; Wyoming; Sheep Mountain Anticline
Photo Quality | Large 

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