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Cheltenham Badlands Ontario
Canada
Queenston Shale layer is exposed to the elements. It is the iron oxide in the shale that produces the colour. The narrow green areas that are layered in certain areas of the shale are due to the change of red iron oxide to green iron oxide. The ground water is is the source of the oxidationr. The relatively soft shale is easily eroded by water.
Copyright: Robert Snache
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Uploaded: 04/11/2010
Updated: 25/08/2014
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