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Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region

Myrl E. Beck

Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region

implications for block rotations in the Andean forearc

by Myrl E. Beck

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Published by Editada por el Servicio Nacional de Geologia y Mineria in Santiago, Chile .
Written in English

  • Paleomagnetism -- Chile,
  • Geology -- Chile,
  • Plate tectonics

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesImplications for block rotations in the Andean forearc, Revista geológica de Chile., Western Collection.
    StatementMyrl E. Beck, Jr., Russel F. Burmester, Alfredo Garcia, ... [et al.]
    ContributionsBurmester, Russell F., García, Alfredo R.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. [115]-130 :
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13630907M

    of Colorado; University of California, San Diego; and Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology. Triggered Surface Slips in Southern California Associated with the El Mayor-Cucapah, Baja California, Mexico, Earthquake. Open-File Report Jointly published as California Geological Survey Special Report to san felipe and ojuelos river de la laja buffer zone has. core zone has. to dolores and san miguel de allende guanajuato state government name of property camino real de tierra adentro gm name of site identification op bridge la queuda cadastral map bridgela quemada nomenclature core zone. Lithos 44 1– Hercynian late-post-tectonic granitic rocks from the Fornos de Algodres area Northern Central Portugal / M.R. Azevedo a,), J. Nolan b a Departamento de Geociencias, Uniˆ ˝ersidade de A˝eiro, A˝eiro, Portugal b Department of Geology, Imperial College, Prince Consort Road, London SW7 2BP, UK Received 12 August ; accepted 29 June Cited by: The mostly of extensional Golfo San Jorge basin (Fig. 1) evolved during Jurassic and Cretaceous times as one of the intraplate basins that developed over a continental Paleozoic crust (Fig. 2 in Scafati et al., this issue). The M. RAIGEMBORN et al. Early Paleogene climate in Patagonia (Argentina) Geologica Acta, 7(), ()

    Top-down structures of mafic enclaves within the Valle Fértil magmatic complex (Early Ordovician, San Juan, Argentina) Magmatic structures related to the mechanical interaction between mafic magmas and granitoids have been studied in the Valle Fértil calc-alkaline igneous complex, Argentina. Excepcional outcrops with vertical walls of.

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Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region by Myrl E. Beck Download PDF EPUB FB2

Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region: implications for block rotations in the Andean forearc Article Jan mwr 1st pgs page 1 1 The Geological Society of America Memoir A paleomagnetic transect of the mid-Cretaceous Peninsular Ranges batholith, Baja California, Mexico.

Paleomagnetic study of outer platform sediments of Late Jurassic—Early Cretaceous age from Portugal (Lisboa area) leads to characteristic remanent mag Cited by: At Punta San Jose, sediments of the El Rosario formation were deposited within a local embayment of the Late Cretaceous sea which lapped onto tilted and deformed volcanogenic rocks of the Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region book (Aptian-Albian) Alisitos formation.

Over most of their exposed area, rocks of the EI Rosario formation are poorly. We have made paleomagnetic measurements on Cretaceous and Eocene sedimentary rocks of San Miguel Island, California, which are western lithofacies of rocks cropping out on the Baja peninsula.

A total of 97 drill cores taken from Upper Cretaceous turbidites, though weakly magnetized, were found to clean best in response to thermal Cited by: Russell Burmester Title Research Associate A.

Garcia and S. Rivano,Paleomagnetic results from Cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region: implications for block rotations in the Andean forearc, Revista Geologica de Chile, v. 17, n. 2, p. Paleomagnetic results are reported for a ~ 30 m thick limestone section of Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region book Albian-Cenomanian Morelos Formation, Guerrero State, in southern Mexico Cited by: New paleomagnetic results from Late Cretaceous ( m.y.) red beds on the central block of Salinia indicate that Salinia was located within 6?.

(in latitude) of its current cratonal North American position during the Late Cretaceous (after correction for Neogene San Andreas Fault transport).

The red beds formed as alluvial-fan overbank deposits with hematite cement deposited directly on. This report describes the results of a paleomagnetic investigation of sediment cores taken at various intervals within the well (herein referred to as the CCOC drill hole), a total of m of core in the m well.

By using the Paleomagnetic results from cretaceous rocks in the Llaillay - San Felipe - Putaendo region book magnetization contained in rocks and sediment, the paleomagnetic method can often provide usefulCited by: 7. Summary of characteristic paleomagnetic results from Triassic rocks of the eastern Betic Cordilleras N MAGNETIZATIOV OIRECTIOII PALEOFIAGNETIC POLE Decl/Incl a $95 I(Y* i/k* F Lat/Long dp dm ESP I 16(Q) / 20N k.

Earth Planets Space, 58, –, Paleomagnetism of the latest Cretaceous-Paleocene intrusive suite of the Mezcala district, southern Mexico Roberto S. Molina Garza1 and Luis Alva Valdivia2 1Centro de Geociencias, Universidad Nacional Aut´onoma de M exico, Campus Juriquilla, Quer´etaro, MEXICO 2Instituto de Geof´ısica, Universidad Nacional Aut onoma de M ´exico, Coyoacan.

Paleomagnetism of the Upper Cretaceous Nanaimo Group, southwestern Canadian Cordillera1 Randolph J. Enkin, Judith Baker, and Peter S.

Mustard paleomagnetic studies from several locations in this region thrusts of the San Juan thrust system in San Juan Islands. 0 5 25 75 95 0 5 25 75 95 0 5 25 75 95 0 5 25 75 95 Abstract. Paleomagnetic data from three plutons of the latest Cretaceous to early Tertiary Mezcala intrusive suite, of the Mezcala mining district in northern Guerrero State, in southern Mexico, are characterized by well-defined near univectorial magnetizations of both normal and reverse by: 3.

uted over a broad region in much of western North America (e.g., Zoback et al., ; Henry, ). In Mexico, the Gulf extensional province encompasses the region of high-angle normal faults bordering the Gulf of California (Fig.

1, in-set) and has been the location of a divergent por-tion of the plate boundary since at least caMa.

Upper Jurassic to the Upper Cretaceous. Even though Late Cretaceous marine faunas from the Western Interior of the United States are dominated by mollusks, rudistid bivalves are uncommon elements (Fig. 1), presumably because the boreal waters of the Western Interior Seaway were too cold.

The lone exception is the Niobrara R-1 s h o r e l i n e File Size: 1MB. Zones of alternating magnetic polarity have been identified throughout the Cambrian-Ordovician sequence at Black Mountain, and can be presumed to record geomagnetic field reversals during or immediately after deposition.

A strong correlation can be made to polarity zones recognized at Dayangcha, northeastern China, a candidate site for establishment of the Cambrian-Ordovician. Cretaceous time but lacks definition during the Jurassic. Compilations of paleomagnetic pole positions for North America indicate that the Cretaceous pole position is well determined at 68°N, °E with A95 of° [Mankinen, ].

The paleomagnetic pole position for Late Triassic time is Cited by: New paleomagnetic and petrologic data from late Miocene volcanic rocks in the northern Española Basin of north-central New Mexico help constrain the late Tertiary tectonic history and landscape development of the area.

We studied a m-thick (ft-thick) section of. Paleomagnetic directions and 40Ar//39Ar ages from the Tatara- San Pedro volcanic complex, Chilean Andes: Lava record of a Matuyama-Brunhes precursor.

Laurie L. Brown,1 Brad S. Singer,2 James C. Pickens,1,3 and Brian R. Jicha2 Received 4 February ; revised 6 July ; accepted 30 August ; published 3 December Cited by: Paleomagnetic evidence of localized vertical axis rotation during Neogene extension, Sierra San Fermin, northeastern Baja California, Mexico Claudia J.

Lewis 1 Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts Joann M. Stock. Mesozoic marine sedimentary rocks of the Great Valley Sequence, and a relatively thin sequence of gently folded middle Miocene marine sandstones and shales of the Lone Tree formation (Osuch, ).

Several major northwest-trending faults transect the region; the San Andreas fault to the west, the Calaveras and Quien Sabe faults to theCited by: 1. Paleomagnetic results from deep-sea cores from the Greater Antilles Outer Ridge indicated a reversed polarity interval within abyssal brown clay deposited during part of the last interglacial period (Smith and Foster, ; Denham, ; Denham et al., ).

This excursion has been reported as occurring in numerous deep-sea sediment cores from Cited by: 1. Name: Valles-San Luis Potosi platform.

Authors: M. Basáñez-Loyola, R. Fernandez-Turner, and C. Rosales-Domínguez. Location: From 98° 50' to ° west longitude and 21° 15' to 23° 45' north latitude, states of San Luis Potosi, Guanajuato, Queretaro, and Nuevo Leon, northeastern central Mexico.

Reptilian faunas of the Torrejon, Puerco, and underlying Upper Cretaceous formations of San Juan county, New Mexico [Charles Whitney Gilmore] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Charles Whitney Gilmore. Section QTW‐10 Paleomagnetic Results [25] Two reverse polarity flows lie at the base of QTW‐10, the basal Sin Nombre lava of the Munoz sequence (QTW‐10‐1) followed by an ash layer and then the lowermost Quebrada Turbia flow (QTW‐10‐2).

Both have distinctive reverse polarity directions and do not overlap at the 95% level. Nine Cited by:   We present here new paleointensity and geochronology results from Early Cretaceous volcanic rocks of Sierra Chica de Cordoba (Argentina).

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*[email protected] ABSTRACT. New paleomagnetic data from a section of the Cochic6 Group (Lower Choiyoi) in the San Rafael Block (34­ 35°S), Mendoza, Argentina, improve the knowledge of this part of Gondwana during the late Paleozoic.

This area is the westward part of an orogenie belt, known as Cord6n de las "Gondwanides''(Keidel, ) or "Sam. Paleomagnetism of Late Jurassic to Early Cretaceous red beds from the Cardamom Mountains, southwestern Cambodia: Tectonic deformation of the Indochina Peninsula.

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to at least years. Use of the present study area at this. time depth would probably have been sporadic.

We have more substantial evidence for relatively intense use of the. Los Vaqueros locality during the late Emergent Period. Late Cretaceous paleobiogeographic studies in northeastern Mexico and the Western Interior of North America.

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the San Borja and Jaraguay volcanic fields which show large troughs in Nb Ta (Fig. 5b). Most San Borja Jaraguay volcanic rocks are qtz-norm- ative, although there was a pulse of ne- normative lavas at about 4 Myr. The latter, however, do not resemble the ne- normative alkali basalts at San Quintin as they also possess the unusual sub.

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