2 edition of Aspects of the geologic history of the California continental borderland found in the catalog.
Aspects of the geologic history of the California continental borderland
California Continental Borderland Symposium (1975 Santa Cruz, Calif.)
1976 by Pacific Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists in [s.l.] .
Written in English
|Other titles||Geologic history of the California continental borderland.|
|Statement||edited by David G. Howell.|
|Series||American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Pacific Section. Miscellaneous publication -- 24|
|Contributions||Howell, D. G., American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Pacific Section|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 561 p. :|
|Number of Pages||561|
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OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps (1 folded in pocket) ; 28 cm. Contents: Aspects of the geologic history of the California continental borderland / D.G. Howell --Precursors and evolution of the name California Continental Borderland / J.G. Vedder --Proposed new geographic names for features on the California continental borderland /.
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Howell. Additionally, the geologic history and structure of the California Continental Borderland are connected with the distribution of modern seafloor life and marine ecosystems. This volume serves as a benchmark of current research in the region with the aim of spurring future exploration and study.
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Aspects of the Geologic History of the California Continental Borderland, Pages The Significance of the Catalina Schist in the History of the Southern California Borderland.
Platt. The tl;dr is that this is an amazing book about amazing geology. It is a great textbook for non specialized intro college courses, high school earth science electives, etc. but it is also a great read and reference book for science-oriented Californians. There are field guides to the geological sites in California, /5(8).
An evaluation of the geologic hazards of the inner California Borderland requires determination of the timing for faulting and mass-movement episodes during the Holocene.
Our effort focused on basin slopes and turbidite systems on the basin floors for the area between Santa Barbara and San Diego, California. California borderland geology The geologic history of the region offshore of Southern California is poorly understood. Its interpretation is complicated by the fact that it is largely submerged, is heavily sedimented, and many of the rocks from which interpretations have been made were probably erratics transported offshore from continental beaches tangled in kelp holdfasts, in tree roots, or in sea lion stomachs.
More than half of the submarine fans in the Borderland remain active at any given position of relative sea level. Where Aspects of the geologic history of the California continental borderland book continental shelf is narrow, canyons are able to cut headward during sea-level transgression and maintain sediment supply to the basins from rivers and longshore currents during highstands.
Howell, D.G, ed, Aspects of the geologic history of the California Continental Borderland: Pacific Section of the Ameri can Association of Petroleum.
Junger, A., Tectonics of Southern Aspects of the geologic history of the California continental borderland book Borderland: In D. Howell, (ed.), Aspects of the Geologic History of the California Continental Borderland.
Pacific Section of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists Miscellaneous Publicat pp. Cited by: Figure 1. Gray-shaded multibeam compilation map of the California Continental Borderland offshore of southern California.
The primary focus area of this study, the Santa Cruz-Catalina Ridge and the Northern Channel Islands platform are enclosed by the dashed polygon. The contour interval for bathymetry is m.
Geologist here. Great basic overview of the California geologic provinces. Highly recommend reading this book before taking the California Specific Exam for Professional Geologists, or if you're new to working in the state.
It is written at a fairly basic level, but is a nice and readable overview of California geology/5(27). The Islands as Part of the Transverse Ranges Most of the mountain ranges of California trend north-south, but the Transverse Ranges, including the Santa Monica Mountains and their extension into the ocean, the northern Channel Islands, trend east-west.
Geologists believe that, 20 million years ago. southern California Borderland, in Aspects of the Geologic History of the California Continental Borderland, p. Liddicoat, J.,Tectonic rotation of the Santa Ynez Range, California, recorded in the Sespe Formation, Geophys.
Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Full text of "Geology of the California continental margin: explanation of the California continental margin geologic map series: interpretive methods.
The Continental Borderland of Southern California stretches from the coastline to the Patton Escarpment (Figure ). In Southern California, the Borderland reaches its maximum width of more than km.
This geographic region--known as the Southern California Bight—consists of a complex array of northwest-trending basins, ridges and banks.
California Continental Borderland. The Borderland is a series of basins and ridges bounded by major faults, similar to the Basin & Range province. It is largely submerged and located on the continental shelf of southern California.
The Santa Barbara Channel Islands occur where these ridges protrude above sea Size: KB. Selected geologic literature on the California continental borderland and adjacent areas, to January 1, Circular By: Albert Eugene Roberts.
The Origin of Island Mammoths and the Quaternary Land Bridge of the Northern Channel Islands, California1 - Volume 10 Issue 2 - Donald Lee JohnsonCited by: the geologic history of the California Borderland: American Association of Petro leum Geologists, Pacific Section, Miscellaneous Publicati p.
____ Offshore structure between Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Islands, in Howell, D. G., ed., Aspects of the geologic history of the California Continental Borderland: American Association. The models for the tectonic history of southwestern California by Yeats et al. (), Crouch (), Kamerling and Luyendyk (), and Crouch and Suppe () involve crustal extension and would produce the San Onofre Breccia.
The model by. the planned book, A Natural History of the Sea of Cortez, by R. Brusca; comments on this draft chapter are appreciated and can be sent to [email protected] References cited can be found in “A Bibliography for the Sea of Cortez” at SECTIONS Pre-Gulf of California Tectonics and the Laramide OrogenyFile Size: 3MB.
Geotechnical aspects of fine-grained mass flow deposits: California Continental Borderland: Authors: Hein, F. J.; Gorsline, D. Affiliation: AA(Department of Geological Sciences, University of Southern California), AB(Department of Geological Sciences, University of Southern California) Publication: Geo-Marine Letters, Volume 1, Issue 1, pp 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 surrounding California Continental Borderland.
Title: Miocene strata of Santa Cruz and Santa Rosa Islands; a reflection of tectonic events in the southern California borderland. The California Continental Borderland (Figure 1) represents the continental margin located offshore Southern California, USA, and northern Baja California, Mexico [Shepard and Emery, ; Emery, ; Moore, ].
The Borderland is – km wide and consists of a complex series of ridges and troughs that lie subparallel to the coast Cited by: 7. PLATE TECTONIC HISTORY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WITH EMPHASIS ON THE WESTERN TRANSVERSE RANGES AND NORTHERN CHANNEL ISLANDS Tanya M.
Atwater Department of Geological Sciences University of California Santa Barbara, CA [email protected] ABSTRACT continental Borderland (e.g., Legg, ), as File Size: KB. History: California: Book California Gold & Gems Maps: Ralph Preston; Monte Preston: Prospecting: Book California Gold & Gems Maps: Ralph Preston; Monte Preston: Prospecting: Book California Rocks.
A Guide to Geologic Sites in the Golden State: Baylor, Katherine J. Geology: California: Book California-Nevada Ghost Town Atlas: Johnson, Robert. USGS (U.S. Geological Survey) National Geologic Map Database Check out the Late Cenozoic geology of the Ventura basin, California.
Map published by the Pacific Section, American Association of Petroleum Geologists. Sedimentation and Tectonics in the Early Tertiary Continental Borderland Of Central California By TOR H. NILSEN and SAMUEL H. CLARKE, Jr. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, WASHINGTON: Cited by: THE GEOLOGY AND TECTONIC SETTING OF SAN DIEGO BAY, AND THAT OF THE PENINSULAR RANGES AND SALTON TROUGH, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Andreas Fault System that extends west some Km from the San Andreas fault zone into the continental borderland (Fig.The San Andreas Fault system, California: U.S.
Geological. Exceptional examples of restraining and releasing bend structures along major strike-slip fault zones are found in the California Continental Borderland.
Erosion in the deep sea is diminished, thereby preserving the morphology of active oblique fault deformation. Schist of various types and ages, unit 3 (Santa Cruz Island) Sorenson, S.,Tectonometamorphic significance of the basement rocks of the Los Angeles basin and the inner California continental borderland, in Ernst, W.G., ed., Metamorphism and crustal evolution of the western United States (Rubey Volume 7): Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
continental Borderland (e.g., Legg, ), as. Transverse Ranges, California: Geological. the geological history of the California Channel Author: Tanya Atwater. Earth science in the urban ocean; the Southern California continental borderland.
by Homa J. Lee and William R. Normark. Geological Society of America pages $ Paperback Special paper; QE Geologists examine the coast of southern California and the geological history that accounts for it. Studies by the U.S.
Geological Survey in Alaska, History of Earthquakes and Tsunamis Along the Eastern Aleutian-Alaska Megathrust, with Implications for Tsunami Hazards in the California Continental Borderland By Holly F.
Ryan, Roland von Huene, Ray E. Wells, David W. Scholl, Stephen Kirby, and Amy E. Draut. An evaluation of the geologic hazards of the inner California Borderland requires determination of the timing for faulting and mass-movement episodes during the Holocene. Our effort focused on basin slopes and turbidite systems on the basin floors for the area between Santa Barbara and San Diego, California.
Dating condensed sections on slopes adjacent to fault zones provides. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract.
Understanding the evolution of the clearly how the logic of plate theory can be San Andreas transform is a key not only to broad brought to bear on the geologic history of the aspects of regional geology but also to the devel- San Andreas.
With different assumptions about. California Continental Borderland and the adjacent conti-nental region. The crustal structure and features of the interface between the oceanic crust and the continental crust in the Borderland region are not well known but have important implications for both the tectonic history and JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL.by:.
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99–The Santa Cruz Basin (SCB) is one of several fault-bounded basins within download pdf California Continental Borderland that has drawn interest over the years for its role in the tectonic evolution of the region, but also because it contains a record of a variety of modes of sedimentary mass transport (i.e., open slope vs.
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