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Geology and petrology of the Strawberry Volcanics, NE Oregon

Thomas Lynn Robyn

Geology and petrology of the Strawberry Volcanics, NE Oregon

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Published by University Microfilms International in Ann Arbor, Mich. (300 North Zeeb Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. 48106) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Volcanoes -- Oregon.,
  • Petrology -- Oregon.,
  • Geology -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas Lynn Robyn.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 197, [43] leaves :
    Number of Pages197
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18703521M

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Geology and petrology of the Strawberry Volcanics, NE Oregon by Thomas Lynn Robyn Download PDF EPUB FB2

The name “Strawberry Volcanics” was given to a diverse group of volcanic rocks that crop out along the southeastern margin of the John Day valley of NE Oregon and that are mid-Miocene in age (Fig.

1; Thayer, ).Thayer (), Brown and Thayer (a, b), and Robyn () published the first works on the Strawberry Volcanics, providing data on their spatial extent. The Strawberry Volcanics of Northeast Oregon are a group of geochemically related lavas with a diverse chemical range (basalt to rhyolite) that erupted between and Ma and co-erupted with the large, (~, km 3) Middle Miocene tholeiitic lavas.

The book reflects the Orrs' respective roles in geology and paleontology at the University of Oregon that began back in This is a subject they obviously know well but, more importantly, have made clear and by: Oregon Geology by Elizabeth and William Orr is the real deal - a geologic reference written for and by geologists.

The landforms of Oregon are so varied and complex in origin that the authors have divided the book into a series of chapters each addressing a particular geologic province (topographic expression)/5(21).

The geographic position and age of the Strawberry Volcanics make a genetic relationship to CRB volcanism likely, yet little is known about this diverse volcanic field. This research aims at refining the stratigraphic and age relationships as well as the petrology and geochemistry of magmas associated with the SVF.

Like those volcanics, the andesite of the Strawberry Mountains was generated as a last gasp of Columbia River basalt-related volcanism in eastern Oregon. The western side of the range consists of the Canyon Mountain Complex, a million-year-old slice of sea floor.

The widely distributed, mid-Miocene lavas of the Strawberry Volcanics of NE Oregon are compositionally diverse, ranging from basalt to rhyolite.

They are. PETROLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF VOLCANIC ROCKS FROM THE POCDOL MOUNTAINS, BICOL ARC (PHILIPPINES) A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science (with Honours) in Geology in the University of Canterbury by Henry J.

Jebar University of Canterbury May File Size: 7MB. CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY PETROGRAPHY AND PETROLOGY OF VOLCANIC ROCKS IN THE MOUNT JEFFERSON AREA HIGH CASCADE RANGE, OREGON By ROBERT C.

GREENE ABSTRACT The Mount Jefferson area lies along the crest of the Cascade Range in Oregon and is about 25 miles long by 10 miles wide.

It includes the major Cited by: Buy a cheap copy of Geology of Oregon book. Free shipping over $ Buy a cheap copy of Geology of Oregon book. Free shipping over $ Skip to content. All Categories. Kid's. Young Adult. Fiction. Collectibles.

Offers. Our App. Blog. About Us. Science & Math Books > Geology Books. ISBN: ISBN Geology of Oregon /5(2). To evaluate whether anatectic and/or highly fractionated lithophile element-enriched rhyolite tuffs deposited in arid lacustrine basins lose enough lithium during eruption, lithification, and weathering to generate significant Li brine resources, pre-eruptive melt compositions, preserved in inclusions, and the magnitude of post-eruptive Li depletions, evident in host rhyolites, were Cited by: Geology, Petrology and Volcanic History os a portion of the Cascade Range between latitudes 43° - 44° N, central Oregon, U.S.A.

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Steiner and M. Streck Voluminous and compositionally diverse, middle Miocene Strawberry Volcanics of NE Oregon: Magmatism cogenetic with flood basalts of the Columbia River Basalt Group.

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of volcanic rock types in relation to local structures in the Cascade Range of southern Washington and northern Oregon suggests that crustal structure may influence the degree of evolution of specific volcanic fields.

Two associations are observed: (1. Unit includes correlative Cape Foulweather and Depoe Bay Basalts in the Coast Range (Snavely and others,a, b; Swanson and others, ; Wells and others, ). In Eastern Oregon, occurs principally in Deschutes-Umatilla Plateau and in the Blue Mountains.

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By Charles W. Henderson and J. Winstanley. The Strawberry Volcanics were erupted from several volcanoes south and east of Strawberry Mountain. When the eruptions ended about 10 million years ago, this region probably resembled the eastern side of the Cascade Mountains between Mount Jefferson and Crater Lake.

A comprehensive treatment of the state’s geologic history, Oregon Geology moves through Oregon’s regions to closely examine the unique geologic features of each, from the Blue Mountains to the Willamette Valley, from the high lava Plains to the Coast Range.

The book includes biographical sketches of notable geologists. The Strawberry Range, also known as the Strawberry Mountains, is a mountain range in the U.S. state of Oregon. It is east of John Day, within Malheur National highest peak is Strawberry Mountain. The Strawberry Range is part of the larger Blue Mountains range, and contains the Strawberry Mountain rs named Strawberry Mountain after Coordinates: 44°18′45″N °43′00″W /.

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Pages: Chapters: Crater Lake, Maars of Oregon, Volcanoes of Oregon, Crater Lake National Park, Mount Hood, Cascade Volcanoes, Roxy Ann Peak, Axial Seamount, Munson Valley Historic District, Ochoco Mountains, Mount Thielsen, Rim Village.

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The Rattlesnake Ash-Flow Tuff erupted ± Ma from the western Harney Basin, southeastern Oregon. The location of the vent area is inferred based on vent-ward increases in size of pumices, in degree of welding, and in degree of post-emplacement by: 3.

USGS Newberry 2 was drilled to a depth of m within Newberry caldera. The bottom-hole temperature of ??C is the highest reported temperature of any drill hole in the Cascades region of the US.

The upper part of the stratigraphic section penetrated by Newberry 2 consists of caldera fill below which are increasingly more mafic lavas ranging from rhyodacite at m to. This is the first article about the volcanic rocks in the Siletz area, in which the name ‘Siletz River Volcanics’ was given to the formation.

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The collection includes a. Chert is a very hard sedimentary rock that is usually found in nodules in limestone. Chert is light gray to dark gray in color. It probably formed from the remains of ancient sea sponges or other ocean animals that have been fossilized.

Silica has replaced the tissue forming the sedimentary rock. Flint is a very dark form of chert. At Newberry Volcano, central Oregon, more than m.y. of magmatic activity, including caldera collapse and renewed caldera‐filling volcanism, has created a Cited by:.

Portland, Oregon PRELIMINARY SOIL-MERCURY SURVEY OF NEWBERRY VOLCANO, DESCHUTES COUNTY, OREGON by Mark M. Hadden, George ~. Priest, Neil M. Woller (Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries) and Chase B. Brand (Colorado College) This work was supported by the Bonneville Power Administration.The Yellowstone Plateau is one of the largest manifestations of silicic volcanism on Earth, and marks the youngest focus of magmatism associated with the Yellowstone Hot Spot.

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