Photos

MSc student, Alec Wildland, working on protomylonitic to mylonitic peraluminous granitoids of para autochthonous North America, eastern AK
Myself standing atop a wonderful series of outcrops on Mount Fairplay, eastern Alaska
Stretching lineation parallel corrugations in mid crustal shear zone, eastern Alaska
Colleague Mark Holland looking at a feeder dike cross cutting an angular unconformity (basal conglomerate), Denali National Park, AK. Above is a greater than km thick sequence of bimodal volcanics, and below are dinosaur-print hosting fluvial siliciclastic rocks of the Cantwell Formation
Dahl Sheep investigating the Teklanika formation volcanics, Denali National Park, AK.
Isoclinal fold in (ultra)mylonitic Cora Lake shear zone, northern Saskatchewan
A cloudy morning pick-up at Angikuni Lake, Nunavut
Cobalt the Geologizing dog sitting on a sinistral shear zone in the Marcy anorthosite massif, Adirondack Mountains, NY
Mutually off setting, conjugate, shear zones localized on granitic dike and the margin of a coarse gabbroic rock in the Marcy anorthosite massif, Adirondack Mountains, NY
A xenolith of anorthosite in garnetiferous ferrodiorite (jotunite) interpreted to be a late fractionated liquid, Adirondack Mountains, NY
Garnet porphyroblast defining sinistral sigma clast in the ultramylonitic Cora Lake shear zone, northern Saskatchewan, Canada
Cobalt the geologizing dog and I taking some notes during sampling of the Schist Creek pluton, Denali Fault in background.
Working a ridge of the Schist Creek pluton, Denali Fault zone, AK