2 edition of Field guide to Oligocene-Miocene ash-flows and source calderas in the Great Basin of Nevada found in the catalog.
Field guide to Oligocene-Miocene ash-flows and source calderas in the Great Basin of Nevada
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor in [Reston, Va.], [Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Field guide to Oligocene Miocene ash flows and source calderas in the Great Basin of Nevada|
|Statement||David A. John, editor|
|Series||Open-file report -- 94-193, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 94-193|
|Contributions||John, David A, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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Get this from a library. Field guide to Oligocene-Miocene ash-flows and source calderas in the Great Basin of Nevada. [David A John; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. Large volume volcanic eruptions in the Basin and Range Province include Basin and Range eruptions in California, Idaho, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Nevada, Wyoming and Oregon, as well as those of the Long Valley Caldera geological province and the Yellowstone hotspot.
With three exceptions in the northern part of the field, ash-flows from Western Nevada calderas were apparently not dispersed east of the topographic barrier but instead traveled westward, in part down stream channels draining the western slope of the altiplano in what is now the western Great Basin and Sierra Nevada (Best et al.,their Cited by: Cenozoic ash-flow tuffs are key units for analyzing the tectonic and magmatic evolution of the Great Basin.
The tuffs are commonly assumed to have spread nearly radially from source calderas and to have formed nearly continuous, flat-lying elizrosshubbell.com by: Recurrent eruption and subsidence at the Platoro caldera complex, southeastern San Juan volcanic field, Colorado: New tales from old tuffs from separate source calderas has important.
USGS, DOE, USBM, Engineering, and NBMG Open-File Reports on File at NBMG. These miscellaneous open-file reports are on file in the Information Office of NBMG and are available to the public. Photocopies can be purchased. For more information contact us by phone at () or via email at [email protected] Selected publications in which the UCLA SIMS was responsible for a majority of the data.
the volcanic‐plutonic connection and the genesis of crystal‐rich rhyolite in a deeply dissected supervolcano in the Nevada Great Basin: Source of the late Eocene Bulk‐rock geochemistry and field relations indicate that the protoliths of the. Chapter 26 - Continental, Pre-Quaternary, Calc-Alkaline Volcanic and Subvolcanic Association.
The book's main aim is to introduce basic field volcanology research from a theoretical point of view right through very practical elements. The basic philosophy of the book is that, especially in ancient terrains, the volcanologist's basic data is found through fieldwork, and they are looking for volcanic rocks, especially fragmented ones.
In: IAVCEI fieldtrip guide: Oligocene-Miocene San Juan volcanic field, Colorado. New Mexico Bur Mines Mineral Res Mem Lipman PW et al. () Ma ash-flow caldera at Chegem River in the northern Caucasus Mountains (Russia), contemporaneous granites, and associated ore deposits.
Both studies, because the Mount Taylor (Grants Ridge) source is an unusual mixed-magma source with high Y (not available with the Niton as purchased) and Nb, could assign these small samples to that source in the field (see Shackley a, ).
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