View northeast toward southwest side of Twin Butte, landslide-covered Triassic Moenkopi Formation capped by Pliocene basalt.
Aerial view toward gravel of Surprise Canyon Formation filling cave in Redwall Limestone, west wall of upper Two Hundred and Thirtyfour Mile canyon, about 1.75 miles south of river mile 234.0.
View northwest along Froggy Fault toward Parashant Canyon in red Supai Group of rocks.
View north into Hundred and Ninetythree Mile Creek from east side of Hurricane Fault. Redwall Limestone, right side of photograph; red Supai Group, left side.
Cave in Woods Ranch Member of Toroweap Formation, Marble Canyon, south side of Tanner Wash, southeast of river mile 14.6.
View west toward small southwest-dipping sharp fold in Tapeats Sandstone in Monument Creek, below Tonto Trail, about three quarters of a mile south of river mile 94.0.
Aerial view south and downriver from river mile 211.9 toward a Precambrian “island” of schist (photographs WM07, WM08, WM09) during the basal Cambrian sea encroachment, right bank of river mile 212.5.
Calcite and other minerals in travertine vein that fills a fault plane in upper Diamond Creek canyon.
View north toward Meriwhitica Monocline from trail in Meriwhitica Canyon, about 2 miles southwest of Meriwhitica Springs. Redwall Limestone is large upper gray cliff.
ES19. View south and downriver toward Coconino Sandstone overlain by Brady Canyon Member of Toroweap Formation
View south and downriver toward Coconino Sandstone (black layer at river level), overlain by cliff of Brady Canyon Member of Toroweap Formation on west side of river mile 4.7.
Aerial view north towards Vulcans Throne volcano in distance on north side of river mile 179.3. View in foreground is north along Toroweap Fault in lower Prospect Canyon at faulted unnamed Pleistocene cinder cone and alluvium on east side of Prospect Canyon. Mount Trumbull (Pliocene basalt) on skyline, left side of photograph.
View west toward Cottonwood Spring, north wall of Redwall Limestone in Green Spring Canyon.
Aerial view north into Surprise Canyon, about 3 miles northeast of river mile 248.8. Muav Limestone (canyon bottom), Redwall Limestone (large gray cliff), Supai Group strata (reddish cliffs and slopes, upper right skyline), Permian strata (distant canyon rims), and Pliocene volcano of Mount Dellenbaugh (distant skyline).
Aerial view west toward landslide of Toroweap Formation (photograph EL18) on east side of Nankoweap Mesa, about 1 mile southwest of river mile 53.5.
View southeast toward lower Supai village area of the Havasupai Reservation, from rim of Esplanade Sandstone, just south of Navajo Falls. Pliocene alluvial valley floor, Watahomigi Formation (lower slope), Manakacha Formation (large cliff), Wescogame Formation (upper slope and ledges), and Esplanade Sandstone cliff (forms inner canyon plateau).
Black river-polished amphibolitic schist, west (left) bank of river mile 127.5.
Photograph showing breccia in breccia pipe in Redwall Limestone, 1 mile southwest of river mile 232.0.
Aerial view northeast toward Grand Gulch copper mine and breccia pipe in Pakoon Limestone.
Aerial view west across Spencer Canyon toward Quaternary travertine dam in Meriwhitica Canyon (large gray cliff at canyon floor, middle part of photograph). Precambrian granite at Spencer Canyon bottom, Redwall Limestone at canyon rims.
View north from Esplanade Sandstone toward Forster Canyon breccia pipe (white bleached zone in Watahomigi and Manakacha Formations of Supai Group) in west wall of Forster Canyon, a half mile southwest of river mile 123.4.