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Author Topic: Multiple Layers A.I. Deep Learning  (Read 2283 times)

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Offline geezir

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Re: Multiple Layers A.I. Deep Learning
« Reply #10 on: March 21, 2018, 05:20:29 PM »
I choose the area because geological features are easy to spot even by people. The most visible is in the center valley. The arches from valley glaciation are very plain to see. Look at the valley it is not “V” or “U” shaped it is shaped like a “check mark”. The right wall is steeper than the left wall. In most cases valley walls are symmetrical. The difference could only be caused by different bedrock on each side. Also look at the left side there are humps in the slope. That would indicate intrusions of a harder rock.
We are looking at a major contact zone.
Now look at the overhead and the offset where the two valleys meet. An indication of two good sized faults.

If one is a BC prospector the location may be familiar.  Lillooet with Fountain to the North and the Seaton and Carpenter Lakes to South West.
The Yalakkam River  Valley in center.