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Geology and petrography of the paleocene strata at Devils Slide, San Mateo County, California

Scott Richard Morgan

Geology and petrography of the paleocene strata at Devils Slide, San Mateo County, California

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- California -- San Mateo County.,
  • Petrology -- California -- San Mateo County.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Paleocene.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Scott R. Morgan.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii, 224 leaves :
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13590308M

    Str uctural and Geom orphic Characte ristics of Landslides at Coyote M ountain, Anza-B orrego Desert Sta te Park, California MICHAEL W. HART Consult ant, P.O. Box , San Die go, CA Key Terms: Landslide, Structure, Geomorphology ABSTRACT Coyote Mountain is an 8-mi-long (13 km) elongate fault block made up of granitic and metamorphic rocks. Natural Resources, Geomorphology, and Archaeology of Site CA-SMA in Quiroste Valley Cultural Preserve, California Rob Q. Cuthrell Department of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley, CA ([email protected]) Mark G. Hylkema California Department of Parks and Recreation, Santa Cruz District. California likely preserve the westernmost record of sedimentation in California during the interval between cessation of Sierran batholith magmatism and inception of Neogene transform activity on the San Andreas fault system. Detailed chemical and H, O, Sr, Nd, and Pb isotope analyses of conglomerate clasts, as well as U/Pb zircon ages. Tertiary tectonics and sedimentation in the Cuyama Basin, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura Counties, California. Responsibility editor, W.J.M. Bazeley ; field trip leader, A. Eugene Fritsche. Imprint Geology > California > Cuyama Valley Region > Congresses.


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Geology and petrography of the paleocene strata at Devils Slide, San Mateo County, California by Scott Richard Morgan Download PDF EPUB FB2

History of San Mateo County, California, including its geography, topography, geology, climatography, and description, together with an historical sketch of California; a record of the Mexican grants; the early history and settlement, compiled from the most authentic sources; some of the names of Spanish and American pioneers; legislative history; a record of its cities Pages: History of San Mateo County, California: Including Its Geography, Topography, Geology, Climatography, and Description (Classic Reprint) [Unknown Author] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Excerpt from History of San Mateo County, California: Including Its Geography, Topography, Geology, Climatography. Devil's Slide, San Mateo County, California, ; printed Artwork Info Artwork title Devil's Slide, San Mateo County, California Artist name Minor White Date created ; printed Classification photograph Medium gelatin silver print Dimensions 7 3/8 in.

x 9 7/8 in. ( cm x cm) Date Acquired. Bibliography: p. Geology and engineering geologic aspects of the San Juan Capistrano quadrangle, Orange County, CaliforniaPages: Devil’s Slide A San Mateo County Regional Trail San Mateo County Parks Reservations General information The Department manages parks, trails, and historic sites to preserve public lands and provide opportunities for education and recreation.

The system’s properties include parks, preserves, trails,File Size: 1MB. This report presents a summary of the geology as a basis for the United (west of the Santa Barbara-Ventura County line), on the east by the San Gabriel fault, and on the west and south by the 3 mile limit offshore the then Paleocene strata are of limited extent and not known north of the Oak Ridge fault (Figs.

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Remains of Prehistoric Human in Strata Deformed by the San Andreas Fault Near Stone Canyon, San Benito County, California. Calif. (Accepted for publication ) ABSTRACT Stierman, D.J., Z u b r o w, E.

and Atkinson, L., Remains of prehistoric human in strata deformed by the San Andreas fault. In: C.A. Whitten, R. Green Author: Donald J. Stierman, Ezra Zubrow, Lacy Atkinson. The Southern California Areal Mapping Project (SCAMP) of Geologic Division has undertaken regional geologic mapping investigations in the Lucerne Valley area co-sponsored by the Mojave Water Agency and the San Bernardino National Forest.

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Geology of the west side of the Sacramento valley. Bulletinpp. 53– Sacramento, California: California Division of Mines and Geology. Matsumoto, T. Upper Cretaceous ammonites of California, part I. Kyushu University, Memoirs of the Faculty of Sciences, Series D, Geology –, plates 30– Matsumoto, T.

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Reference: Olson, Jerry Chipman (), Preliminary report to accompany the geologic map of the Mountain Pass district, San Bernardino County, California: USGS open file report; Wright, L.A., et al (), Mines and mineral resources of San Bernardino County, California: California Journal of Mines and Geology, California Division of Mines.

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