The north shoreline of the Bay of Fundy a Wasson Bluff was created by and sits directly on a major fault (now inactive). The volcanic basalt which flooded from this fault was chopped into blocks which were twisted, turned and pulled out of alignment by the stresses in the Earth's crust Red sandstone was deposited between the faulted blocks of volcanic basalt, building an archive of the life and landscape of that period.

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