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The Domes of Nova Scotia, Vol. 1: General Geology (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from The Domes of Nova Scotia, Vol. 1: General Geology This domical structure leads to interesting results. Owing to erosion, the crests of the domes have been degraded to the level of the present surface, on the plane of which the bedding now assumes an elliptical form. Any vein of quartz deposited along a bedding plane will reproduce this structure. It on a flank of the dome, north or south, it will have a nearly straight strike, but in the approach to the ends, east and west, of the dome, it will curve in ...

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