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Published by Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists in Los Angeles, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cenozoic -- Congresses.,
  • Petrology -- Arizona -- Congresses.,
  • Petrology -- California -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Statementeditors, Raymond V. Ingersoll, Michael O. Woodburne.
ContributionsIngersoll, Raymond V., Woodburne, Michael O., Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Pacific Section.
The Physical Object
Pagination122 p. :
Number of Pages122
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14224490M

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The Northern South Yellow Sea Basin (NSYSB), is one of a number of Mesozoic–Cenozoic, non-marine, back-arc, transtensional rift or pull-apart basins that are distributed along a general NE–SW trend in China and the Yellow Sea. It is filled with mainly Cretaceous and Cenozoic non-marine . This Section, which is located in southwestern Arizona, has as its major landforms, plains, fans, and terraces. Elevation ranges from to 3, ft (91 to 1, m). Lithology and Stratigraphy. There are Cenozoic nonmarine sedimentary and granitic rocks and alluvial deposits, and Precambrian rocks of all types. Soil Taxa.   Cenozoic Era, Arizona was squeezed, then stretched; steamed and frozen. The Cenozoic era represents the most recent 65 million years. (See the geologic time chart for the subdivisions.) Construction of the Rocky Mountains, volcanism, and emplacement of our major copper deposits, all of which began in Cretaceous time, continued in the Cenozoic Era until. Cenozoic lacustrine deposits. Numerous additional discoveries of erionite have been reported in the last three decades from diverse rock types and geological environments throughout the world (Tschernich, , p. ); however, the most voluminous deposits seem to occur in continental Cenozoic silicic tuffs of the western United States.

Buy Scanning electron micrographs of late Cenozoic nonmarine diatoms from interior basin deposits in northern California (Open-file report / Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. Cretaceous and Cenozoic non-marine deposits of the Northern South Yellow Sea Basin, offshore western Korea: palynostratigraphy and palaeoenvironments Author links open overlay panel Sangheon Yi a Songsuk Yi b David J. Batten c Heysu Yun d Se-Jin Park b. Most of the deposits formed between ca. 63–59 Ma with one Late Cretaceous outlier (El Pilar) at ca. 74 Ma. The NW -SE trend of the deposits constitutes part of the Cananea lineament. Location and chronology of Tertiary sedimentary deposits in Arizona: A review, in Ingersoll, R.V., and Woodburne, M.O., eds., Cenozoic nonmarine deposits of.