2 edition of Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central basin and range found in the catalog.
Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central basin and range
Paul John Umhoefer
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Paul J. Umhoefer, L. Sue Beard, Melissa A. Lamb|
|Series||Special paper -- 463|
|LC Classifications||QE627.5.L35 M56 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010008132|
Southeast Stable Shelf Assessment Unit (AU) of the Miocene Total Petroleum System (San Joaquin Basin Province) com-prises all hydrocarbon accumulations within the geographic limits of the AU. Traps typically display low dip angles, gentle folds, and normal faults. Reservoirs, which range in age fromFile Size: 1MB. CENOZOIC TECTONIC EVOLUTION OF THE BASIN AND RANGE PROVINCE IN NORTHWESTERN NEVADA JOSEPH P. COLGAN*†, TREVOR A. DUMITRU*, PETER W. REINERS**, JOSEPH L. WOODEN***, and ELIZABETH L. MILLER* ABSTRACT. A regional synthesis of new and existing geologic and thermochrono-logic data document late .
The late Cenozoic history of surface waters in the southwestern Great Basin and lower Colorado River region has been a subject of intensive study for more than years. Prior Lower Lake Mead Region, Nevada and Arizona by L. Sue Beard, Tracey J. Felger, P. Kyle House. and Miocene extension, meteoric ﬂuid inﬁltration, and core complex formation in the Great Basin (Raft River Mountains, Utah),Tectonics, 34, doi/ TC Received 24 OCT Accepted 24 FEB Accepted article online 8 MAR
The Muddy Creek Formation provides a unique three-dimensional exposure of a post-tectonic basin-fill deposit in the Basin and Range province. This Miocene-Pliocene sequence is exposed in Meadow Valley Wash north of the Lake Mead region in southern Nevada. Exposure of basin deposits is excellent because of effects of downcutting in the Colorado. The lake widens again to the south where it lies within a wider, more gently sloping alluvial basin, reaching its greatest width in the central part of this basin. Lake Mohave is constricted once again to the south with increasing slope of the alluvial basin and is bounded by the steep slopes of the Newberry Mountains to the west and alluvium.
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Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin and Range. Author(s): Paul J. Umhoefer, L. Sue Beard, Melissa A. Lamb. Miocene tectonics and climate in the Lake Mead region recorded by Horse Spring Formation carbonates.
Author(s) Thomas A. "A chronicle of Miocene extension near the Colorado Plateau-Basin and Range boundary, southern White Hills, northwestern Arizona: Paleogeographic and tectonic implications", Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin and Range, Paul J.
Umhoefer, L. Sue Beard, Melissa A. Lamb. : Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin and Range (Geological Society of America Special Paper) (): Umhoefer, Paul J., Beard Author: Paul J.
Umhoefer. Accompanying CD-ROM titled: Supplementary materials to Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central basin and range.
Description: vii, pages: illustrations (some color), maps (some color) ; 28 cm + 2 maps (76 x 76 cm and 76 x cm, both folded to 26 x 18 cm) + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).
Details. Genre/Form: Electronic book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central basin and range. Boulder, Colo.: Geological Society of America, Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin and Range Paul John Umhoefer,Sue Beard,Melissa A.
Lamb — Science Author: Paul John. Accompanying CD-ROM titled: Supplementary materials to Miocene tectonics of the Lake Mead region, central basin and range. Category: Science Reconstructing The History Of Basin And Range Extension Using Sedimentology And Stratigraphy. between Siberia and Alaska occurred in the middle of the Miocene, and by the end of the Miocene the Panama isthmus had begun to form between Central and South America.
North American Miocene tectonics and climate In N America, the Cascades and Sierra Nevada Mountain ranges formed, causing a non-seasonal and drier mid-continent climate.
Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin, and Range by Paul John Umhoefer; Sue Beard; Melissa A. Lamb Call Number: QE Author: Valerie Lookingbill. Block-diagram sketch of structural style of the eastern Lake Mead area, looking NNW in the late Miocene.
The block is ~50 km wide east to west (Fig. 1A). Sue Beard. United States Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin and Range.
Book. Jan ; Development of Miocene. T he geologic story of the landscape surrounding lakes Mead and Mohave began more than a billion years ago when this area was a shallow sea. Sediments from this ancient ocean were invaded and contorted by molten rock, some of which made it to the surface as lava flows.
The mix of molten rock, sediments and lava cooled to become the billion-year-old gneiss. The Basin and Range Province is a vast physiographic region covering much of the inland Western United States and northwestern is defined by unique basin and range topography, characterized by abrupt changes in elevation, alternating between narrow faulted mountain chains and flat arid valleys or physiography of the province is the result.
Synonyms for Miocene epoch in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Miocene epoch. 1 synonym for Miocene epoch: Miocene. What are synonyms for Miocene epoch. Miocene Epoch: Tectonics and Paleoclimate The Miocene saw a change in global circulation patterns due to slight position changes of the continents and globally warmer climates.
Conditions on each continent changed somewhat because of these positional changes, however it was an overall increase in aridity through mountain building that favored.
The Miocene (/ ˈ m aɪ. ə ˌ s iː n, ˈ m aɪ. oʊ-/ MY-ə-seen, MY-oh-) is the first geological epoch of the Neogene Period and extends from about (Ma). The Miocene was named by Charles Lyell; its name comes from the Greek words μείων (meiōn, "less") and καινός (kainos, "new") and means "less recent" because it has 18% fewer modern sea invertebrates than the Pliocene.
Sedimentologic, petrographic, and U‐Pb detrital zircon ages from middle Eocene through early Miocene sedimentary rocks in the Lesser Himalayan zone of western and central Nepal indicate that a peripheral foreland basin system had developed in the eastern Himalayan collision zone by middle Eocene by: Sedimentologic, petrographic, and U-Pb detrital zircon ages from middle Eocene through early Miocene sedimentary rocks in the Lesser Himalayan zone of western and central Nepal indicate that a peripheral foreland basin system had developed in the eastern Himalayan collision zone by middle Eocene by: Free Online Library: Fourier series and numerical methods for partial differential equations.(Brief article, Book review) by "SciTech Book News"; Publishing industry Library and information science Science and technology, general Books Book reviews.
ing (Basin and Range extension) that began about 17 Ma and formed the present physiography of the Great Basin (McKee, ; Noble, ). Numerous low-sulfidation deposits are present in both magmatic assemblages, whereas high-sulfida-tion gold-silver deposits are restricted to the western andesite assemblage (John et al., ).
Fission-track data document Late Cretaceous unroofing of Cretaceous ( – Ma) granitic basement rocks in northwestern Nevada, followed by a long period of relative tectonic quiescence that persisted through Oligocene and Miocene volcanism until the onset of Basin and Range extension at ∼12 Ma.A new Special Paper has been published by Geological Society of America on "Miocene Tectonics of the Lake Mead Region, Central Basin and Range" Just the facts: 19 chapters, pages, edited by Paul J.
Umhoefer, L. Sue Beard, and Melissa A. Lamb, SPEGeology of the San Joaquin Valley. These events are covered in more detail in the plate tectonics section of this website, The maps above show the San Joaquin basin during the middle Miocene (left) and the late Miocene (right) when the principle source rocks were deposited.
From these source rocks most of the oil in the valley is derived.