Geology you can hold in your hand.
Imaged at NOVA Annandale by Robin Rohrback-Schiavone as part of the Paleoplant Project.
Storm deposit in the Upper Cambrian-aged glauconitic sandstone of the Reno Member of the Franconia Formation in southeastern Minnesota.
Passage Creek drains Fort Valley and samples the rocks of the Massanutten Synclinorium. How many can you identify?
AutoPanoGiga stitch of a small faulted sample, made on a Magnify2 imaging system (GIGAmacro).
A Petri dish full of debris from surface crevices on the Kilauea Volcano: a sample from the NOVA collection.
sand made of biotite and quartz
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