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Fig. 12 | Geothermal Energy

Fig. 12

From: Geologic framework of the Fang Hot Springs area with emphasis on structure, hydrology, and geothermal development, Chiang Mai Province, northern Thailand

Fig. 12

a Close-up photo of orthoquartzite (quartz arenite) showing interlocking grains of ~ 0.6 mm. b Outcrop of interbedded sandstone and hard shale, fold axis plunges 21° in the 120°direction, upper limb beds dip 46° SW, and strike 102° (outcrop face oriented 068°, located at 518940E, 2208249N). c Outcrop of medium-bedded hard siltstone, near vertical dip, 122° strike, bedding shown by white lines (located at 518173E, 2208558N). d Outcrop of fault in the bed of the Nam Mae Chai River at 516585E, 2207275N), showing normal fault striking 020° dip 80°NW, with drag on the thin-bedded shale and sandstone. Photo is looking south. e Outcrop of gray limestone at 514850E, 2207100N

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