The large image on the featured as part of this research poster is a color shaded relief model of the Antigonish Highlands in Nova Scotia. The Antigonish Highlands are underlain by a block of older crustal rocks which are bounded and transected by numerous major faults. The Unit stands at an average elevation of 245 m but is dissected into steep-sided hills and valleys where the major faults cut across the resistant massif. One of more drastic faults is the Hollow Fault featured here in this poster.
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