2 edition of petrology, structure, and geologic history of the Catalina Schist terrain, Southern California found in the catalog.
petrology, structure, and geologic history of the Catalina Schist terrain, Southern California
John Paul Platt
Bibliography: p. 107-111.
|Other titles||Petrology, structure, and geologic history ...|
|Statement||by John Paul Platt.|
|Series||University of California publications in geological sciences ; v. 112, University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 112.|
|LC Classifications||QE475.S3 P58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||111 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||111|
|LC Control Number||74022941|
Pelona, Orocopia, and Rand Schists of southern California; also includes part of schist of Sierra de Salinas in Gabilan Range of west-central California. Primarily quartz-mica schist interpreted as metagraywacke: Stratigraphic units: Pelona Schist, Orocopia Schist, Rand Schist, Schist of Sierra de Salinas: References. Metamorphic history and structural evolution of the Orocopia Schist in the Gavilan Hills, SE The Gavilan Hills represent a key exposure of the POR schist in southern California Based on the sense of overturning of a synformal structure in the POR schist underneath the upper plate (the Narrows synform). Ehlig () deduced a NE.
This book is written for the visitor who has an interest in geology, but may not have had formal training in the subject. It may also help ensure that the visiting geologist does not overlook some of the features described. The author, John Bezy, describes the area’s geologic setting and geologic history. Especial emphasis is given to descriptions of geologic features that are. The rocks in the Santa Catalina Mountains record billion years of history. The publication is written for both the general public and geologists. Take a look and gain an appreciation of that history for when you travel the mountains. Note to readers: I have constructed a linked index to more than of my ADI articles.
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[John Paul Platt]. This guide begins with an overview of the internal structure and petrology of the Catalina Schist terrane as exposed on Santa Catalina Island, California, followed by a discussion. The petrology, structure, and geologic history of the Catalina Schist terrain, Southern California  Platt, John Paul.
Berkeley: University of California Press, Geology - Geology - Petrology: Petrology is the study of rocks, and, because most rocks are composed of minerals, petrology is strongly dependent on mineralogy.
In many respects mineralogy and petrology share the same problems; for example, the physical conditions that prevail (pressure, temperature, time, and presence or absence of water) when particular minerals or mineral assemblages are.
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(co-ordinator), Swedish natural science research council, Stockholm, 24 pp. (Reprinted from Geologiska Foreningens i Stockholm Förhandlingar, Vol. ) Page Download PDF. Objectives: We will visit Santa Catalina Island to examine the outstanding examples of basement rock outcrops exposed on the island, evidence of ancient and active faulting, and explore the most recent tectonic models and earthquake potential for the island and.
A generalized geologic history of the southwestern United States Evidence for interpreting the geologic history are deciphered from clues provided by rocks, fossils, and landscape features. Not all rocks in the western region share a common history or formed at the same time or in their current location.
Primary geologic mapping of the Catalina Schist on Santa Catalina Island was performed by Bailey () and Platt (). Although we rely heavily upon Platt's () mapping of the central part of the island, we recognize different tectonometa-morphic units than he did. tectonics, southern California, in Crowell, J.C., ed., The San Andreas fault in southern California, a guide to the San Andreas fault from Mexico to the Carrizo Plain: California Division of Mines and Geology Special Reportp.
75– Bohannon, R.G.,Mid-Tertiary nonmarine rocks along the San Andreas fault in southern. Geology describes the structure of the Earth on and beneath its surface, and the processes that have shaped that structure.
It also provides tools to determine the relative and absolute ages of rocks found in a given location, and also to describe the histories of those rocks. By combining these tools, geologists are able to chronicle the geological history of the Earth as a whole, and also to.
The Catalina Schist underlies the inner southern California borderland of southwestern North America. On Santa Catalina Island, amphibolite facies rocks that recrystallized and partially melted at. Abstract The Catalina Schist of southern California is a subduction zone metamorphic terrane.
It consists of three tectonic units of amphibolite- high-P greenschist- and blueschist-facies rocks. The book includes a full-color 1: 48, geologic map of an 11 x 48 km transect through the range, oriented to permit reconstruction of the jigsaw puzzle produced by Tertiary crustal stretching.
Three other detailed maps and descriptions of key localities make the monograph a self-guided tour through the geologic history of the range. eastward, to the higher "and more rugged terrain of the Blue Ridge crestal mountains. LeConte 6 miles southeast of Gatlinburg is feet in elevation, Clingmans Dome 10 miles south of Gatlinburg is at an elevation of feet.
These peaks are among the highest in the Southern Appalachians beingFile Size: 4MB. In comparison to the coast of southern California, why is the northern California shoreline tion is essential in unraveling the geologic history of a region because it reveals spatial patterns in the distribution of rocks of various types, ages, and degree of deformation that reflect 2 Geology of Northern California.
Geology - Geology - Sedimentary petrology: The field of sedimentary petrology is concerned with the description and classification of sedimentary rocks, interpretation of the processes of transportation and deposition of the sedimentary materials forming the rocks, the environment that prevailed at the time the sediments were deposited, and the alteration (compaction, cementation, and chemical.
The purpose ofIntroduction to the Geology of Southern California and Its Native Plantsis to make the reader more aware of her or his natural environment or world and to provide information that will help with the recognition of rockforming minerals, common rocks and distinctive landforms in southern California, common plant families, and other native plant taxa.
Vol. Platt J. THE PETROLOGY STRUCTURE AND GEOLOGIC HISTORY OF THE CATALINA SCHIST TERRAIN, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA wps, light wear, vg pp., 16 plts, figs. Price: $ (stock#UC) Vol.
Domning D. SIRENIAN EVOLUTION IN THE NORTH PACIFIC OCEAN wps light wear, vg, pp., plts. Price: $ (stock#UC). C.5 GEOLOGY, SOILS, and PALEONTOLOGY December C Final EIR/EIS C Geologic Conditions and Hazards Geologic Setting The Antelope-Pardee transmission line would cross four areas of distinctive geologic character and province, the Antelope Valley, the San Andreas Rift Zone, the Liebre-Sierra Pelona Mountains, and the Soledad Basin.
The book includes a full-colorgeologic map of an 11 x 48 km transect through the range, oriented to permit reconstruction of the jigsaw puzzle produced by Tertiary crustal stretching.
Three other detailed maps and descriptions of key localities make the monograph a self-guided tour through the geologic history of the : Eric R. Force.Postcrystalline Deformation of the Pelona Schist Bordering Leona Valley, Southern California By JAMES G.
EVANS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER Detailed study of fabric of Pelona Schist of Portal and Ritter Ridges in the San Andreas fault zone UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON Author: James George Evans.Geochemistry and origin of mafic schists from the Pelona, Orocopia, and Rand Schists: structure and metamorphism of the Orocopia Schist, southern California by Malcom Robert Dawson II A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY Department: Earth Sciences.