Detail of the lower right corner from the GigaPan scene (above) with annotated version of the detailed scene to the left.  Thrust fault (thick red line) cuts through strata, repeating layers a and b. The thrust fault tips out and the layers above the fault (layer c) are deflected, but not faulted.

About Pablo Yáñez

Pablo Yáñez is the Academic Technologist for the Sciences. He studied Geology at the University of Maryland (BS) and University of Arizona (MS), where he specialized in Geochemistry. He joined Information Technology at William and Mary in 2000, and has since worked with nearly all of the academic departments on campus in some capacity or another. Beyond his "normal" Academic Technologist duties, during these years he has been involved in several projects/initiatives including: the use of the College's Public Access Labs; the creation of the Center for Geospatial Analysis, the Swem Media Center, and many technology-enhanced classrooms; and in the review and planning of campus-wide software procurement.

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