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Age and structural relationships of the Franciscan formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle

Richard L. Darrow

Age and structural relationships of the Franciscan formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle

San Mateo County, California.

by Richard L. Darrow

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Published in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- California -- San Mateo County.,
  • Geology, Structural.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFranciscan formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle, San Mateo County, California.
    SeriesSpecial report (California. Division of Mines and Geology) -- 78
    ContributionsCalifornia. Division of Mines and Geology.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22978823M
    LC Control Number64000266

    These relationships suggest that folding, faulting, and metamorphism all have the same cause. Researchers now agree that most folding, thrust faulting, and metamorphism are related to the movement of plates, but few have described the details of how plate Abstract. The development of the western Cordillera of North America perhaps began with the submergence of the western border of the craton in middle to late Proterozoic time and the deposition of the thick Beltian sequence of dominantly shallow-water clastic sediments of presumed marine ://

    LAGOE, M. B. Buehring, Robert Lawrence, , Paleoenvironments, Sedimentary Sequences, and Structural History of the Upper Miocene and Pliocene Etchegoin and San Joaquin Formations, Southwest Margin San Joaquin Basin, California.(Lagoe, M. B.). Degree: MA Call Number: Thesis B Cervantes, Michael Arthur, , Foraminiferal Biofacies of Middle to Late Paleogene Rocks in the Age relationships of Late Cretaceous marine deposits of coastal San Diego County and northern Baja California with standard stages of the European Cretaceous, in American Association of Petroleum Geologists, Pacific slope geology of northern Baja California and adjacent Alta California: Pacific Section, p. n.p., 37 p. Allison, M.L., ed., ,

      Age and setting of Permian Slide Mountain terrane ophiolitic ultramafic-mafic complexes in the Yukon: Implications for late Paleozoic-early Mesozoic tectonic models in   Field trip through the Northern California Coast Ranges with Clark Blake, to study relationships between the Coast Range ophiolite and Franciscan complex melange. June-July Field work in the Coast Ranges of California (Franciscan Complex) and in the Sierra Nevada foothills (metavolcanic rocks of a Jurassic island arc terrane) Vita/


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Age and structural relationships of the Franciscan formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle by Richard L. Darrow Download PDF EPUB FB2

Age and structrual relationships of the Franciscan formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle: San Mateo County California: Special Report 78 Darrow, R.L.,Age and structural relationships of the Franciscan Formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle, California: California Division of Mines and Geology Special Report Type_of_Source_Media: paper Source_Scale_Denominator: Source_Contribution: Source map for region 2 (see coverage sm_so) Dibblee () (source 18 of 37) Darrow, R.L.,Age and structural relationships of the Franciscan Formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle: California Division of Mines and Geology Special Rep 23 p.

Dickerson, R.E.,Tertiary and Quaternary history of the Petoluma, Point Reyes and Santa Rosa quadrangles: California Academy of Science Proceedings, 4th Richard L. Darrow has written: 'Age and structural relationships of the Franciscan formation in the Montara Mountain quadrangle' -- subject(s): Geology, Geology, Structural, Structural Geology   The age relationships on Fig.

5 are a composite of the entire Franciscan Complex, and they do not necessarily reflect the subduction-accretion history at any specific reach of the trench. The accretionary unit stacks in Fig. 3 are arranged in approximate along-strike relative position after restoration of post-subduction dextral ://   Rocks of the Franciscan Complex form the bedrock for the Coast Ranges east of the San Andreas fault.

Franciscan rocks in the Bay Area range in age from about Ma to 50 Ma (see papers in Blake,Snow et al., ).They represent an accretionary wedge; a complex body of rock that accumulates in a subduction zone (Hamilton,Ernst, ). Rocks of Mesozoic age crop out extensively through the coast ranges of Central and northern California.

In the San Francisco Bay region, rocks assigned to the Franciscan Formation consist of rocks in the Pacific Ocean basin and along the western continental margin. The Franciscan Formation, sometimes referred to as an "assemblage" or "basement This digital map database, compiled from previously published and unpublished data, and new mapping by the authors, represents the general distribution of bedrock and surficial deposits in the mapped area.

Together with the accompanying text file (,), it provides current information on the geologic structure and stratigraphy of the area :// This digital map database, compiled from previously published and unpublished data, and new mapping by the authors, represents the general distribution of bedrock and surficial deposits in the mapped area.

Together with the accompanying text file (,or ), it provides current information on the geologic structure and stratigraphy of the area   The age of the Millerton Formation has been determined as probably greater t years by Richards and Thurber (), but it is worth noting that C— age determinations on shell fragments from this formation yielded ages of 34, ± years and > 37, years in the two instances reported, thus being about the same age as the Evidence for the Collision of the Salinian Block with the Franciscan Subduction Zone, California Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Geology 96(2) March with 96 Reads Catahoula Formation of the Texas Coastal Plain: depositional systems, composition, structural development, ground-water flow history, and uranium distribution / ([Austin]: Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, ), by William E.

Crawford, K.E.,Reconnaissance geologic map of the Eylar Mountain quadrangle, Santa Clara and Alameda Counties, California: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Field Studies Map MF, scaleDavies, E.A.,The stratigraphic and structural relationships of the Miocene and Pliocene formations of the Petaluma The geology of the northwest part of the Montara Mountain Quadrangle: EART: DAVIES: M.S.

GEOL: The stratigraphic and structural rellationships of the Miocene and Pliocene formations of the Petaluma Valley area of California: EART: DAVIS: M.S. GEOL: A study of the cherts and associated shales of the Franciscan formation: EART: DAVIS The host rocks are metamorphosed geosynclinal sedimentary and igneous rocks in the Franciscan Formation (Jura-Cretaceous), and are of 2 types: 1) partially recrystallized rocks that appear in hand   This study focuses on a coal-bearing sequence of sedimentary rocks that crop out in the lower Middle Fork Eel River (MFER) drainage of California's northern Coast Ranges (Fig.

1a, b).The section is underlain by the heterogeneous trench and slope deposits of the Franciscan Formation (Jurassic) and is in fault contact with undifferentiated Cretaceous turbidites along a portion of its eastern :// The Franciscan Complex of California is characterized in part by the presence of mélanges.

In general, mélange origins are attributed to sedimentary, tectonic, or diapiric processes—or a combination of these. Published reviews list the main features of mélanges characteristic of each type of origin. In this review, particular diagnostic features typical of sedimentary, tectonic, and York Mountain a a Name of nearby landmark.

K‐Ar ages from pre‐ references have been recalculated to more recent decay constants using the method of Dalrymple. Age range generally reflects scatter and uncertainty instead of documented duration of activity.

Within age groups, values are sorted by latitude. YM1: 27‐25 The structural relations here are unusual, in that the dip of shear-fracture fabric in both serpentinite and Kflg sandstone and shale is to the northeast, placing the serpentinite structurally beneath the clastic rocks.

Similar relationships occur at the easternmost site, locality 9, located in the fire road/trail east of the Azalea Hill ://   SR 78 / Darrow, R. / AGE AND STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIPS OF THE FRANCISCAN FORMATION IN MONTARA MOUNTAIN QUADRANGLE, San Francisco,pb, 23 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), - 3 - $ 12 SR 79 / Evans, J.

/ XENOTIME MINERALIZATION IN THE SOUTHERN MUSIC VALLEY AREA, RIVERSIDE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, San Francisco,pb, 24 pages, 1 map, 11. Despite the ubiquity of shelf-edge collapse along continental margins, outcrop exposures of collapsed shelfal or deltaic deposits are relatively uncommon, with some exceptions (e.g., Nemec et al., ; Odonne et al., ).Submarine mass movement associated with shelf-edge deltas has been more commonly documented in historic examples (e.g., Anthony and Julian, ) and by seismic-reflection Introduction.

Recommendations to republish this book have come from numerous sources—most influentially, from Dr. Ian Campbell. As State Geologist of the California Division of Mines and Geology, Dr.

Campbell was very much aware of the current widespread interest, both popular and academic, in earthquakes and of the demand for this report at libraries throughout California and ://?docId=hb1h4nf&brand=oac4&=entire_text.Saleeby JB, Harper GD () Tectonic relations between the Galice Formation and the Condrey Mountain Schist, Klamath Mountains, northern California.

In: Dunne GC, McDougall KA (eds) Mesozoic paleogeography of the Western United States II, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists Pacific Section, Los Angeles, pp 61–80