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Late Cenozoic deposits of the Lower Clearwater Valley, Idaho and Washington

Mary Jo Pankratz Kuhns

Late Cenozoic deposits of the Lower Clearwater Valley, Idaho and Washington

by Mary Jo Pankratz Kuhns

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Washington (State) -- Clearwater River Valley.,
  • Geology -- Idaho -- Clearwater River Valley.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cenozoic.

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    Statementby Mary Jo Pankratz Kuhns.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 71 leaves :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16494907M

    The Alaska Peninsula is composed of the late Paleozoic to Quaternary sedimentary, igneous, and minor metamorphic rocks that record the history of a number of magmatic arcs. These magmatic arcs include an unnamed Late Triassic(?) and Early Jurassic island arc, the early Cenozoic Meshik arc, and the late Cenozoic Aleutian arc. mf / geologic map of the late cenozoic deposits of the sacramento valley and northern sierra foothills, california, $ 20 mf / map of fault scarps formed in unconsolidated sediments, elko 1 x 2 quadrangle, nevada, $ 10 mf / geologic map of the mount massive wilderness, lake county, co., $ .

    Times. Two related movements have been termed Wisconsin: Early Wisconsin and Late Wisconsin.: 40–75 The Early Wisconsin was the bigger of the two and extend farther west and south. It retreated an unknown distance before halting. During this period of quiet, the glacial deposits . I Characteristic lower cretaceous megafossils from northern Alaska I Kyanite, sillimanite, and andalusite deposits of the southeastern states I Late Cenozoic molluscan faunas from the high plains I Geology and ore deposits of east Shasta copper-zinc district Shasta county, California.

    Terraces of the Lower Salt River Valley in relation to the late Cenozoic history of the Phoenix Basin, Arizona. Pages in D.M. Burt (ed.) and T.L. Péwé (ed.), eds., Guidebook to the geology of central Arizona. Special Paper No. 2. Ground Water Study of the Lower Boise River Valley, Ada and Canyon Counties, Idaho (May ) Camas Prairie Nitrate Priority Area: Ground Water Quality Management Plan ( ) Preliminary Assessment of Hydrogeology and Water Quality in Ground Water in Canyon County, Idaho .


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Late Cenozoic deposits of the Lower Clearwater Valley, Idaho and Washington by Mary Jo Pankratz Kuhns Download PDF EPUB FB2

Snake River and Clearwater River at Lewiston, Idaho, and Clarkston, Washington (Figure 1). They are diverse in character and origin. Many have been quarried as a source of aggregate and continue to be economically significant.

They are the sedimentologic key to the late Cenozoic geologic history of. Late Cenozoic gravels in Hells Canyon and the Lewiston Basin, Washington and Idaho. In, Bonnichsen, B. and R.M. Breckenridge (editors), Cenozoic Geology of Idaho, Idaho Department of Lands bureau of Mines and Geology, Moscow, ID, pp.

– 6 Kehew, A.E., Drainage history of the Lewiston Basin. Northwest Science 53(4)– Rigby, J.G. and Othberg, K., Reconnaissance surficial geologic mapping of the Late Cenozoic sediments of the Columbia Basin, Washington, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources Open File Report 79–3, Olympia, Washington, pp.

15–17, Return to text. PP / Hietman, A., / Metamorphic and igneous rocks along the Northwest Border Zone of the Idaho Batholith,cl, pages, 11 plates (in pocket), figs., 65 tables, $ 75 [Book is composed of 5 separate chapters: A.

Metasomatic metamorphism in western Clearwater County, Idaho; B. Anorthosite and associated rocks in the Boehls. The Moscow-Pullman basin straddles the Idaho-Washington border and is located on the eastern margin of the Columbia River flood basalt province (Fig.

1).The province was formed by basaltic lavas of the Columbia River Basalt Group erupting between ca. Ma and Ma (Barry et al., ) into a backarc setting between the Cascade volcanic arc and the Rocky Mountains (Reidel et al., b). Wood, Spencer H.

Review of Late Cenozoic tectonics, volcanism, and subsurface geology of the western Snake River plain, Idaho, in Beaver, Patricia C., ed., Geology, tectonics, and mineral resources of western and southern Idaho, Guidebook of the Annual Tobacco Root Geological Society Field Conference 9: Dillon, MT, Tobacco Root Geological.

Superfund and Mining Megasites Book Summary: For more than years, the Coeur d’ Alene River Basin has been known as "The Silver Valley" for being one of the most productive silver, lead, and zinc mining areas in the United States. Over time, high levels of metals (including lead, arsenic, cadmium, and zinc) were discovered in the local environment and elevated blood lead levels were.

batholith (fig. The lower part of the watershed is a large, low relief valley in upper Cenozoic volcanic and sedimentary rocks and is designated as the Lower Boise River Valley in this study.

The valley is within a broad alluvial trough identified as the Western Snake River Plain (fig. 1) (Malde and Powers, ). The geology of the Upper Boise. The western 50–80 km of the basin, known as the Subandean Zone, has been uplifted to elevations of – m by late Cenozoic thrusts.

The Cordillera Real is separated from the Ecuadorian Western Cordillera by the Interandean Valley that is filled by Tertiary to Quaternary volcanic and volcaniclastic deposits. surrounding mountains, but the Boise Valley, as well as other major river valleys in the plain, is incised about meters ( feet).

The western plain thus appears as broad uplands between major river valleys. It lacks prominent features, but reveals a fairly complete record for reconstructing late Cenozoic. Wood, Spencer H. “Review of Late Cenozoic Tectonics, Volcanism, and Subsurface Geology of the Western Snake River Plain, Idaho,” in Patricia C.

Beaver, ed., Geology, Tectonics, and Mineral Resources of Western and Southern Idaho, Guidebook of the Annual Tobacco Root Geological Society Field Conference 9: Dillon, MT: Tobacco Root Geological.

Mary Jo Pankratz Kuhns has written: 'Late Cenozoic deposits of the Lower Clearwater Valley, Idaho and Washington' -- subject(s): Geology, Geology, Stratigraphic, Stratigraphic Geology. The middle Miocene Columbia River Basalt Group is the youngest and smallest continental flood basalt province on Earth, covering overkm 2 of mainly Oregon, Washington, and Idaho, with an.

An eruption of vast, highly fluid "flood lavas" between MYA. It is located of parts of Washington, Oregon, and Idaho. The volcanic activity was possibly due to.

Late Cenozoic Drainage History of the Southwestern Great Basin and Lower Colorado River Region: Conference Abstracts April 12–15, Desert Studies Center, Zzyzx, California By Marith C.

Reheis, Editor Open-File Report – U.S. Department of. Abstract. This volume reports on the geology of the Blue Mountains region, consists of six chapters having various individual authorship. This book focuses on the stratigraphy, ages, structure, and chemical characteristics of terrestrial Cenozoic volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks of the region and on the relation of the Cenozoic volcanism to tectonism.

Late Cenozoic uplift, perhaps due to mantle heating events, has rejuvenated the Canadian Rockies and the Coast Mountains.

In terms of industrial mineral deposits, late Cretaceous and Cenozoic volcanic and terrestrial deposits of bentonite, diatomaceous earth, pumice, zeolites, and opals have attracted exploration and mining interest. plain sandy gravel deposits flowed to the outlet region near Weiser.

These gravel deposits should decrease in age and altitude to the northwest, and at Weiser these oldest gravels occur at elevation 2, feet. During the late stages of the draining of Lake Idaho, basalt volcanism resumed in.

Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Revised stratigraphy and radiometric ages of volcanic rocks and mineral deposits in the Marysvale area, west-central Utah: mineralization took place many times during a complex history of volcanic activity in late Cenozoic time /.

There is a 10 m X 10 m channel cut into Proterozoic argillite at the Swan/Clearwater divide that likely represents the spillway of a lake (Glacial Lake Swan) impounded in the Swan Valley and against the Flathead lobe; the lateral and terminal moraines of an NRM outlet glacier into the Swan Valley near Holland Lake, at its head, are broad and.

Washington County Idaho View GeoRef Thesaurus > Close mobile search navigation Modify Your Advanced Search. Update search. Querybuilder input. Filter.The gravels are commonly surficial deposits or make up deep valley fills, so all the sedimentary rocks below them are from the Noahic Flood.

These gravels are dated from ‘late Cretaceous’ to ‘late Cenozoic’. The gravels therefore indicate a Flood/post-Flood boundary in the late Cenozoic in the northwest states and adjacent Canada.A clastic dike is a seam of sedimentary material that fills an open fracture in and cuts across sedimentary rock strata or layering in other rock types.

Clastic dikes form rapidly by fluidized injection (mobilization of pressurized pore fluids) or passively by water, wind, and gravity (sediment swept into open cracks).