NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY - NDSU Geology 422/622: Mineralogy Field Trip to the North Shore of Lake Superior, Fall 2001, Photo Gallery

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Making strike and dip measurements on the Thomson Formation exposed in the St. Louis River near Jay Cooke State Park.
Photo by B. Saini-Eidukat.


Making strike and dip measurements on the Thomson Formation exposed in the St. Louis River near Jay Cooke State Park.
Photo by B. Saini-Eidukat


On the Thomson Formation exposed in the St. Louis River near Jay Cooke State Park.
Photo by B. Saini-Eidukat


Making strike and dip measurements on the Thomson Formation exposed in the St. Louis River near Jay Cooke State Park.
Photo by B. Saini-Eidukat


View of the Thomson Formation exposed in the St. Louis River
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


View of Duluth from Skyline Parkway
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Thinly layered sediments at the Grandview stop
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Sediments at Good Harbor Bay
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Skeletal olivine crystals in the Beaver Bay body
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Gooseberry Falls
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Gooseberry Falls
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


End of the Trail campground, Gunflint Trail
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Around the campfire
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


Around the campfire
Photo by Justin Costa Rica


End of the Trail Campground, Gunflint Trail
Photo by B. Saini-Eidukat

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