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Carmel Formation exposed at Gunlock Reservoir, southwestern Utah
Carmel Formation exposed at Gunlock Reservoir, southwestern Utah
Carmel Formation near Gunlock, Utah. The unconformably overlying dark unit is the Upper Cretaceous Iron Springs Formation.
Carmel Formation near Gunlock, Utah. The unconformably overlying dark unit is the Upper Cretaceous Iron Springs Formation.
The Golden Throne, a rock formation in Capitol Reef National Park. Though the park is famous for white domes of the Navajo Sandstone, this dome's colo
The Golden Throne, a rock formation in Capitol Reef National Park. Though the park is famous for white domes of the Navajo Sandstone, this dome's color is a result of a lingering section of yellow Carmel Formation carbonate, which has stained the underlying rock.
Cross-section of a carbonate hardground encrusted by oysters and bored by bivalves (Gastrochaenolites)
Cross-section of a carbonate hardground encrusted by oysters and bored by bivalves (Gastrochaenolites)
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A prominent cuesta of Navajo Sandstone rims the edge of the San Rafael Swell in eastern Utah
A prominent cuesta of Navajo Sandstone rims the edge of the San Rafael Swell in eastern Utah
The Permian through Jurassic stratigraphy of the Colorado Plateau area of southeastern Utah that makes up much of the famous prominent rock formations
The Permian through Jurassic stratigraphy of the Colorado Plateau area of southeastern Utah that makes up much of the famous prominent rock formations in protected areas such as Capitol Reef National Park and Canyonlands National Park. From top to bottom: Rounded tan domes of the Navajo Sandstone, layered red Kayenta Formation, cliff-forming, vertically jointed, red Wingate Sandstone, slope-forming, purplish Chinle Formation, layered, lighter-red
The Great White Throne in Zion National Park is an example of white Navajo Sandstone
The Great White Throne in Zion National Park is an example of white Navajo Sandstone
Stevens Arch, near the mouth of Coyote Gulch in the Canyons of the Escalante, is formed from a layer of Navajo Sandstone. The opening is 220 feet (67
Stevens Arch, near the mouth of Coyote Gulch in the Canyons of the Escalante, is formed from a layer of Navajo Sandstone. The opening is 220 feet (67 m) wide and 160 feet (49 m) high.