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Correlation of the Jurassic formations of parts of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado
Baker, Arthur A.
|Statement||A. A. Baker, C. H. Dane and J. B. Reeside, Jr.|
|Contributions||Dane, C. H. 1900- joint author., Reeside, John B. 1889-1958, joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE681 .B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 66 p. :|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||gs 36000083|
This study deals with 16 palynological samples from Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah, that represent six members of the Chinle Formation of Late Triassic age. The samples, in ascending sequence, show a gradual change in the spore-bisaccate ratio from a preponderance of spores to numerical dominance of bisaccate pollen grains. This change is interpreted to indicate a climatic trend toward. A brief geologic history of Arizona Chapter 5: Jurassic Time Jurassic time, dinosaurs and birth of Atlantic Ocean Jurassic Time, the age of dinosaurs, was from to million years ago. See geologic time chart. The super-continent of Pangea was breaking up and the Atlantic Ocean was born along a spreading axis. During the.
Formations and areas in the Shiprock 1/sup 0/x2/sup 0/ Quadrangle, New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, and Utah, evaluated to be favorable for uranium deposits of tons U/sub 3/O/sub 8/ at a minimum ore grade of % include, in decreasing order of relative favorability: (1) the Late Jurassic Salt Wash and Recapture Members of the Morrison. southern Arizona are ca. Ma in age and appear to be time correlative with the Mid-dle Jurassic formations in southwestern Utah. The altered ash beds found in the Temple Cap and Carmel Formations typically con-tain phenocrysts of sanidine, quartz, biotite, apatite, zircon, and titanite. Plagioclase was likely present originally in all of the.
One of six volumes generated by each GSA section for the Decade of North American Geology (DNAG) project, this Centennial Field Guide contains descriptions of sites or site clusters representing outstanding geologic locations in northern Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, New Mexico, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming, and Alberta. Ordinary strata on the Colorado Plateau (like this outcrop of the Triassic Chinle Formation) allow geologists to re-construct the ancient landscapes of Arizona and the American Southwest. Shown is the northern two-thirds of Arizona, as well as large portions of Utah, Colorado and New Mexico.
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(Arthur Alan), Correlation of the Jurassic formations of parts of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado. Abdel-Gawad, A. M., and Kerr, P.
F.,Alteration of Chinle siltstone and uranium emplacement, Arizona and Utah: Geol. Soc. America Bull., v. 74, no. 1, p.
Baker A. et al. CORRELATION OF THE JURASSIC FORMATIONS OF PARTS OF UTAH ARIZONA NEW MEXICO AND COLORADO USGS Prof.
Paper # wps with small stamp and signature else light+ external wear, contents vg, 66 pp., 26 plts, 16 figs. Price: $ (stock#PP/N). _____ "Correlation of the Jurassic Formations of Parts of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado." U. Geological Survey, Prof. Paper(). ______ "Geology of the Monument Valley—Navajo Mountain Region, San Juan County, Utah.".
Correlation of the Jurassic Formations of Parts of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado: Usgs Professional Paper ISBN () Softcover, BiblioGov, Adams, S.S., Curtis, M.S., and Hafen, P.L.,Alteration of detrital magnetite-ilmenite in continental sandstones of the Morrison Formation, New Mexico: IAEA Proc.
PP 93 / Gregory, H.E. / GEOLOGY OF THE NAVAJO COUNTRY: A Reconnaissance of Parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah,pages, 34 plates (2 in pocket), 3 figs., bound in an acid-free binder, contents as originally issued, complete, used, $ Correlation of Upper Triassic and Triassic(P) Formations Between Southwestern Utah and Southern Nevada By RICHARD F.
WILSON and JOHN H. STEWART CONTRIBUTIONS TO STRATIGRAPHY GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN D Based on work done on behalf of. Publications of the New Mexico Geological Society, printed and electronic, are protected by the copyright laws of the United States.
No material from the NMGS website, or printed and electronic publications, may be reprinted or. PP 93 / Gregory, H.E. / GEOLOGY OF THE NAVAJO COUNTRY: A Reconnaissance of Parts of Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah,afb, pages, 34 plates (2 in pocket), 3 figs., $ 90 PP / Lindgren, W.
and Loughlin, G. / GEOLOGY AND ORE DEPOSITS OF THE TINTIC MINING DISTRICT, UTAH,cl, pages, 39 plates (7 pocket plates), 49 figs. All specimens of Sarahsaurus were collected from the Early Jurassic Kayenta Formation near Gold Spring, Arizona.
The genus is based on a nearly complete and articulated (with bones still connected to each other) skeleton with a fragmentary and disarticulated skull (holotype, specimen number TMM ).In addition, a partial skeleton (specimen number TMM ) as well as a nearly complete.
Navajo Sandstone frequently occurs as spectacular cliffs, cuestas, domes, and bluffs rising from the desert can be distinguished from adjacent Jurassic sandstones by its white to light pink color, meter-scale cross-bedding, and distinctive rounded weathering.
The wide range of colors exhibited by the Navajo Sandstone reflect a long history of alteration by groundwater and other.
Correlation of the Jurassic formations of parts of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Colorado: Cretaceous and Tertiary formations of the Book Cliffs, Carbon, Emery, and Grand Counties, Utah, and Garfield and Mesa Counties, Colorado: Exogyra olisiponensis sharpe and exogyra costata say in the cretaceous of the Western interior: The fauna of the so.
STRATIGRAPHIC CORRELATION CHART FOR WESTERN COLORADO AND NORTHWESTERN NEW MEXICO M. MacLACHLAN U.S. Geological Survey Denver, Colorado INTRODUCTION The stratigraphic nomenclature applied in various parts of west-ern Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, and a small part of east- central Utah is summarized in the accompanying chart (fig.
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istoric American Buildings Survey: Catalog of the Measured Drawings and Photographs of the Survey in the Library of Congress. Washington, U. Gov. Apatosaurus is the correct name for the dinosaur better known as Brontosaurus.
Apatosaurus is probably the most commonly known, but not the most common of the four-footed, long-necked sauropod heavily built quadrupedal giant of the Jurassic Period weighed more than 30 tons, or as much as six average elephants.
With lengths approaching 90 feet, the Apatosaurus was a giant in the. The Jurassic stratigraphy in west-central New Mexico advocated here (Fig. 2) is that of Anderson and Lucas, publish ed in a series of articles between and (see biblio graphy), with some. New uranium-lead (U-Pb) analyses of carbonate deposits in the Navajo Sandstone in southeastern Utah (USA) yielded dates of ± Ma (earliest Jurassic, Hettangian Age) and ± Ma.Northwest-southeast-oriented stratigraphic cross sections of Jurassic through Paleozoic rocks, San Juan Basin and vicinity, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico Series title Oil and Gas Investigation Chart.Correlation of Arizona paleozoic formations by A.A.
Stoyanow. Bulletin of the Geological Society of America. 9×6″, 81p., illus. Very good, spine ends a bit rough. $4. Correlation of Jurassic formations along Defiance monocline, Arizona – New Mexico. By H.E. Wright, Jr., and Robert M. Becker.