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Figure F9. Representative deep resistivity-at-the-bit (RAB) images of logging Units IV and V, Hole C0002F. Bedding dips and azimuths are shown on the tadpole track (0°–90°) and apparent dips along a north–south virtual section. A. Logging Unit IV bedding dipping in opposite directions (fold). B. Logging Unit IV beds can be characterized by changing resistivity, indicating changes in composition and/or structure. C. Logging Unit V steeply dipping (deformed) beds characterized by conductive (clay-rich) interbeds. D. Logging Unit V gently dipping (<45°) beds showing a mottled texture.

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