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Miocene stratigraphy of California

Robert Minssen Kleinpell

Miocene stratigraphy of California

by Robert Minssen Kleinpell

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Published by The American Association of Petroleum Geologists, T. Murby & Co. in Tulsa, Okla, London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Reliz Canyon.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- California -- Reliz Canyon.,
    • Paleontology -- California -- Reliz Canyon.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Miocene.,
    • Foraminifera, Fossil.,
    • Paleontology -- Miocene.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Robert M. Kleinpell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE739 .K55
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi p., 2 l., 450 p.
      Number of Pages450
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6382510M
      LC Control Number39003024
      OCLC/WorldCa631424

        The Baja California peninsula in northwestern Mexico is presently moving northwestward relative to mainland Mexico (North American plate) as part of the Pacific plate (Larson et al., ).The peninsula has detached from mainland Mexico since the Middle Miocene by first orthogonal, and then oblique, rifting associated with the formation of the Gulf of California (e.g. Moore and Buffington Stratigraphy and geochemistry of volcanic rocks in the Lava Mountains, California Figure 2. Comparison of the volcanic stratigraphy of Smith () with the re-vised stratigraphy of this paper. Note that Qb and Qa in Smith’s () stra-tigraphy are equivalent to Ttw and Tsd, respectively, in the revised

      The field is one of several comprising the productive region of central coastal California known as Santa Maria Valley (Figs. , ). This is a fault-bounded geomorphic and tectonic province within which Miocene dolomite is a prominent surface and subsurface rock type (Roehl, ).   Stratigraphy, structure, and potassic alteration of Miocene volcanic rocks in the Sleeping Beauty area, central Mojave Desert, California ALLEN F. GLAZNER Department of Geology, CB , Mitchell Hall University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill North Carolina ABSTRACT

      Miocene, mostly mid-Miocene, mineralized volcanic rocks at Monywa and Mt Popa are of similar age to Miocene calc-alkaline granitoids with porphyry copper deposits described from the eastern part of the Gangdise belt by Wang et al. (b). However, the mineralization in eastern Gangdise has been related to rise of asthenospheric melts The correlation of rocks of Paleogene age in California with those in Europe has had a long and complex history that can only be highlighted here. Kleinpell (, p. ), in his classic work defining Miocene benthic1 foraminiferal stages of California, attempted to correlate faunas of California with those of western Europe and ://


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kleinpell, Robert Minssen, Miocene stratigraphy of California. Tulsa, Okla., American Association of Petroleum Miocene stratigraphy of California revisited. Tulsa, Okla.: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Kleinpell; C R Haller The Miocene stratigraphy of California revisited Responsibility by R.M.

Kleinpell ; with special sections by G. Hornaday, A.D. Warren, A. Tipton ; illustrations by Mary E. Taylor ; extra plates by Margaret :// MIOCENE STRATIGRAPHY OF CALIFORNIA Hardcover – January 1, by R.M. Kleinpell (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Hardcover $ Miocene Stratigraphy of California [Kleinpell, Robert M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Miocene Stratigraphy of California Margaret A. Keller, "Introduction to Stratigraphy and Hydrocarbon Occurrence in Oligocene and Miocene Rocks of the Santa Barbara-Ventura and Santa Maria Basins of California", Miocene and Oligocene Petroleum Reservoirs of the Santa Miocene stratigraphy of California book and Santa Barbara-Ventura Basins, California, Margaret A.

Keller, Mary K. McGowen The geologic history and structural evolution contained within these two volumes should long remain the geological bible for California. The first book furnishes a sketch of the stratigraphy, structure, and geologic history of California, with particular reference to post-Jurassic events in the coastal :// Northeastern Baja California presently experiences active extensional and strike-slip faulting related to the transtensive Pacific-North America plate boundary in the Gulf of California.

Some of the active structures are fairly new, whereas others appear to have a movement history as far back as Miocene time. This trip focuses on the history of Miocene to Recent extension, and its relation to   The Monterey Formation and related siliceous rocks of California.

Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, USA. Robert M. Kleinpell. Miocene Stratigraphy of California. American Assoc. of Petrolium Geologists, Tulsa, USA. Parker and E. Dawson. Non-calcareous marine algae from California Miocene ://   Joaquin Basin, California By Cari L.

Johnson1 and Stephan A. Graham2 Abstract An integrated database of outcrop studies, borehole logs, and seismic-reflection profiles is used to divide Eocene through Miocene strata of the central and southern San Joaquin Basin, California, into a framework of nine stratigraphic ://   SEDIMENTOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY OF THE UPPER MIOCENE ELBOLEO FORMATION, SANTA ROSALÍA, BAJA CALIFORNIA, MEXICO Lucas Ochoa-Landín,1 Joaquín Ruiz,2 Thierry Calmus,3 Efrén Pérez-Segura1, and Francisco Escandón4 ABSTRACT The transtensional Upper Miocene Santa Rosalía basin, located in the east-central part of the Baja Book Title: SG The Miocene Stratigraphy of California Revisited Article/Chapter: Miocene Stratigraphy of California: Introduction Subject Group: Geologic History and Areal   This book is encyclopedic in scope and content and wil serve as the standard reference on the subject of Miocene stratigraphy for the foreseeable future.

EOS Transactions Vol, No for most libraries the book seems a must, as it is for those specialists that are actively working in the ://   2 OLIGOCENE STRATIGRAPHY, TECTONICS, AND PALEOGEOGRAPHY, CALIFORNIA COAST RANGES CALIFORNIA SAN GREGORIO" FAULT ZAYANTE FAULT VERGELES FAULT San Juan Bautista area NACIMIENTO FAULT 0 50 MILES FIGURE Index map showing location of Santa Cruz-San Juan Bautista area and major faults.

PROCEDURE The geology of the central Santa Volcanic stratigraphy and geochemical variations in Miocene-age rocks in western and southeastern Fort Irwin, California Buesch, D. Abstract. Lava flows and tuffaceous deposits ranging in composition from basalt to rhyolite, including basaltic trachyandesite to trachyte, are exposed in km2 of western Fort Irwin area, California, and form   @article{osti_, title = {Stratigraphy of Upper Miocene Potter sands, Midway-Sunset field, Kern County, California}, author = {Balch, D C and Martin, T K}, abstractNote = {Upper Miocene Potter sands in the northern part of the Midway-Sunset field were analyzed extensively using detailed electric-log correlations.

Structural and stratigraphic cross sections and subsurface mapping The Miocene Monterey Formation in the central San Joaquin basin of California consists of biogenic siliceous rocks with a significant terrigenous clastic :// The Miocene stratigraphy of California revisited by R.M.

Kleinpell ; with special sections by G. Hornaday, A.D. Warren, A. Tipton ; illustrations by Mary E. Taylor ; extra plates by Margaret Hanna. Also, Pliocene biostratigraphy of California by C.R. Haller (AAPG studies in geology, no. 11) American Association of Petroleum Geologists, c This book is encyclopedic in scope and content and will serve as the standard reference on the subject of Miocene stratigraphy for the foreseeable future.

For most libraries the book will be a must, as it is for those specialists that are actively working in the ://:kpMSAIA/viewerType:toc. Stratigraphy, Diagenesis, and Structural Deformation of the Monterey Formation, Central California Coast This field trip guidebook uses the Miocene Monterey Formation as a natural laboratory to understand the origin, distribution and physical properties of biogenic, siliceous and organic-rich mudrocks deposited from clastic-starved.

Stratigraphy and Geologic Mapping of Upper Oligocene and Lower Miocene Strata in the Funeral Mountains, California. One of the best places to study intracontinental extensional processes is founding the Basin and Range province of the western The middle Miocene La Mision basin in northwestern Baja California, Mexico, provides a rare opportunity to study an onshore portion of the southern California continental borderland.

Stratigraphy, geometry of dispersal, and a variety of lithotypes within the volcanic and volcaniclastic sediments of the Rosarito Beach Formation provide clues to Diatom Stratigraphy of the Lower Pliocene Part of the Sisquoc Formation, Harris Grade Section, California Article (PDF Available) in Micropaleontology 32(4) January with 61 Reads