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The beach section is southwest of the Ovens Natural Park and exposes the hinge zone of the Ovens Anticline along the shoreline for approximately 300 m. The rocks are a turbidite sequence of the Cambrian-Ordovician Meguma Supergroup. The interbedded slates and metasandstones along the beach are part of the carbonaceous and sulphidic Cunard Formation. The folding, faulting, vein formation, and gold mineralization is likely related to progressive deformation and metamorphism during the Late Devonian Acadian Orogeny. The Acadian Orogeny is the third of four orogenies responsible for building the Appalachian Mountains and the eventual assembly of Pangea.
Links to two (and a third on the way) detailed models are at points (1) and (3).
Approximately 680 images taken with a Phantom 4 Pro. West of the Ovens Park near Lunenburg, Nova Scotia Canada (44.31487 N, 64.27060 W)