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Google Earth Pro imagery was used by graduate students for a course project to identify, describe, and interpret lineament patterns on two oil-producing anticlines in Wyoming, one in the northwest Wind River Basin and the other in the southern Bighorn Basin (Maverick Springs and Thermopolis anticlines, respectively). These anticlines lie on opposite sides of the east-west–trending Owl Creek arch, which is a sinistral, transpressive array of en echelon, basement-involved thrust blocks. Both anticlines are well-exposed and display extensive near-surface fracturing and faulting, making them ideal candidates for a study of fold-related lineament patterns. Google Earth Pro was used to map...

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