Russell Fork and Geology

Posted by Spalding Hurst

October 28, 2009

Most of the igneous rock looked to be made up of  mafic material. The sedimentary layers looked to have been under enormous pressure at some time. The layers looked like waves on some of the river’s walls. …

A geologists’s view of things around the Russell Fork River. Click here to read more.

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