|Figure 5-1. Horizontal and vertical stylolites in a skeletal grainstone. The horizontal stylolite is offset by the vertical stylolite (red arrows), suggesting the horizontal stylolie formed first. The more serrate nature of the earlier stylolite is typical of relationships observed by Andrews and Railsback (1997).
Image was scanned from sample. Interstate 24 roadcut near Monteagle, Tennessee, U.S.A.; Sample ME4-6. Sample collected by L. Bruce Railsback.
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