Geology Picture of the Day – Barstow Syncline
The Barstow Syncline, located in Rainbow Basin near Barstow, California is one of the most beautiful examples of a syncline. This area is the destination of many a structural geology or field mapping classes throughout the western United States.
Image Credit: fuzzyfreak on flickr.
Ron Schott also has a nice little entry on the Rainbow Basin that features an awesome QTVR 360 degree panorama of the basin. Check it out! (No! His page appears to be down at the moment, check out the Google Cache version, you can still view the QTVR)
Rainbow Basin – Bureau of Land Management website
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