Joggins Rock Textures 15

Ripples from water currents over fine sediments deposited in the Carboniferous Period preserved on the lower surface of boulders from a rock fall

Joggins Rock Textures 15a – Ripples from water movement over fine sediments deposited in the Carboniferous Period, preserved in boulders from a rock fall at Coal Mine Point (also known as Hard Scrabble Point) at Joggins Fossil Cliffs, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Ripples preserved from water currents over fine sediments in the Carboniferous Period on the lower surface of boulders from a rock fall

Joggins Rock Textures 15b – Ripples preserved in stone.

Ripples preserved from water currents over fine sediments in the Carboniferous Period on the lower surface of boulders from a rock fall

Joggins Rock Textures 15c – Ripples preserved in stone.

 

Joggins Rock Textures 10

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Natural fracture patterns and subtle colour transitions in rocks at Joggins Fossil Cliffs

Joggins Rock Textures 10 – Natural fracture patterns and subtle colour transitions in rocks at Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Joggins Rock Textures 9

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Iron-stained water running down cliff strata

Joggins Rock Textures 9 – Iron-stained water running down a cliff face at Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the shore of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Joggins Rock Textures 8

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Coal seam with fossil-bearing limestone

Joggins Rock Textures 8 – Junction of a coal seam with a limestone layer packed tight with small fossil fragments, mostly bivalve shells, at Joggins Fossil Cliffs on the shore of the Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, Canada.

Joggins Rock Textures 6

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Fractured and crumbling grey rock revealing red sediments

Joggins Rock Textures 6 – Fractured and crumbling grey Carboniferous rock, belonging to the Joggins Formation of the Cumberland Group, showing newly exposed red surfaces in the cliff face at Joggins on the Nova Scotia shore of the Bay of Fundy in Eastern Canada.