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GEOLOGY, GEOCHEMISTRY, AND TECTONIC IMPLICATIONS OF THE SALMON CREEK VOLCANIC SEQUENCE, OWYHEE MOUNTAINS, IDAHO
The Owyhee Mountains of southwestern Idaho are constructed of Cretaceous granitic rocks of the Idaho batholith and thick sequences of Cenozoic volcanics. Igneous rocks in these mountains record a fundamental transition of ...
STRUCTURAL AND PETROLOGIC EVOLUTION OF THE SOUTHERN BROOKS RANGE NEAR WISEMAN, ALASKA
Three east-west trending, geologically distinct packages, separated by south-dipping low-angle faults, were examined in a transect through the southern Brooks Range fold and thrust belt near Wiseman, Alaska. The southernmost ...
STRATIGRAPHY AND STRUCTURE OF THE NORTHEASTERN DOONERAK WINDOW AREA, CENTRAL BROOKS RANGE, NORTHERN ALASKA
At the eastern terminus of the Doonerak Window four fault-bounded tectono-stratigraphic assemblages are recognized; they are from bottom to top: (1) lower Paleozoic phyllites, slates, and volcanic rocks (Apoon assemblage); ...