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Let me guess Neil- you found that in your garden?
....This may be Greek to most of you but the pictures of these properties in different rocks can be stunningly beautiful.
Quote from: JimBob ....This may be Greek to most of you but the pictures of these properties in different rocks can be stunningly beautiful. (from first post)Much of it all is (and probably somewhat will remain forever...) Greek to me but it's great to have this thread with info and pics for dummies like me. Thanks for starting it - fab idea!! talking of olivine.........one of my favorites 'rocks'Olivine - some call it also Peridot? or maybe I'm just confuzzeld as everI don't mind the bigger green cousin EMERALD either - gotta love green rocks! 
I looked up radar interferometry but that did not tell me too much about what the meaning of your picture is Bass.What do the different colour bands and 'blotches' mean / represent?
In other words, an interference pattern is created, and the color bands represent discrete changes in elevation. For this case, the center of the pattern was uplifted about 125mm (or 5in for the metrically impaired on this side of the pond).
Now this seems like a load of bull to me - get it? BULL?
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Quote from: JimBob on 04/05/2009 23:28:18Yes - WELCOME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(Beware of the hungry Telost!) [?] [?]___________________________________________________________________________________HEY...I resemble that remark
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