A specimen of Araucaria (extinct relative of the Norfolk Island "Pine") from NOVA biology faculty Lisa Williams. Imaged at NOVA Annandale by Robin Rohrback-Schiavone as part of the Paleoplant Project.
LiDAR imagery of the northern Fort Valley, Massanutten Mountain, and surrounding greater Shenandoah Valley. Imagery provided by Dan Doctor, USGS.
a nice slab of stromatolite-bearing Mesoproterozoic limestone, shot as a handheld panorama.
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
Llewellyn Formation, latest Pennsylvanian (the time period) of eastern Pennsylvania (the state).
Upper half of this outcrop of red shales and fluvial sandstones.
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