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Contributions to Crustal Evolution of the Southwestern United States

Product Code: USPE365
Series: GSA Special Papers
Author/Editor: Edited by Andrew Barth
Publication Date: 01 March 2003
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GSA Special Paper 365.

This special volume contains 15 articles honoring the contributions of Perry Ehlig to understanding the geology of the western United States. The articles are grouped into two thematic sections, reflecting Ehlig¹s twin research interests - the paleotectonics of the North American Cordillera and the neotectonic evolution of southern California. The first section contains seven reports summarizing recent research results on the application of geologic mapping, stratigraphic and structural analysis, and geochronology to problems of the Neoproterozoic to early Tertiary tectonic evolution of the Cordillera in the United States and northern Sonora. The second section contains eight reports that summarize state-of-the-art investigations of Miocene to Recent rocks, structures, geomorphology, and geochronology that yield insights into the ongoing tectonic evolution of southern California.

 

Type: Book
Ten Digit ISBN: 0-8137-2365-5
Thirteen Digit ISBN: 978-0-8137-2365-5
Publisher: GSA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 314
Weight: 1.25 kg

Contents

Preface 
• Perry L. Ehlig: Career and Contributions, 1927-1999, John C. Crowell 
• Neoproterozoic and Cambrian strata of Sonora, Mexico: Rodinian supercontinent to Laurentian Cordilleran margin, John H. Stewart, Ricardo Amaya-Martínez, and A.R. Palmer 
• Controls on orogenesis along an ocean-continent margin transition in the Jura-Cretaceous Peninsular Ranges batholith, K.L. Schmidt, P.H. Wetmore, S.E. Johnson, and S.R. Paterson 
• Structural and tectonic evolution of Mesozoic basement-involved fold nappes and thrust faults in the Dome Rock Mountains, Arizona, Stefan S. Boettcher, Sharon Mosher, and Richard M. Tosdal 
• The Orocopia Schist in southwest Arizona: Early Tertiary oceanic rocks trapped or transported far inland, Gordon B. Haxel, Carl E. Jacobson, Stephen M. Richard, Richard M. Tosdal, and Michael J. Grubensky 
• Exhumation history of the Orocopia Schist and related rocks in the Gavilan Hills area of southeasternmost California, Carl E. Jacobson, Marty Grove, Matthew M. Stamp, Ana Vucic, Felix R. Oyarzabal, Gordon B. Haxel, Richard M. Tosdal, and David R. Sherrod 
• Pelona Schist, Perry Ehlig, and the archipelago model of orogenesis, Kenneth Hsu 
• Middle Miocene reconstruction of the central and eastern San Gabriel Mountains, southern California, with implications for evolution of the San Gabriel fault and Los Angeles basin, Jonathan A. Nourse  
• The Conejo Volcanics and other Miocene volcanic suites in southwestern California, Peter W. Weigand, Karen L. Savage, and Craig Nicholson 
• Controls on the erosion and geomorphic evolution of the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains, southern California, James A. Spotila, Martha A. House, Ann E. Blythe, Nathan A. Niemi, and Gregory C. Bank 
• Low-temperature thermochronology of the San Gabriel and San Bernardino Mountains, southern California: Constraining structural evolution, Ann E. Blythe, Martha A. House, and James A. Spotila 
• Stratigraphic record of Pleistocene initiation and slip on the Coyote Creek fault, Lower Coyote Creek, southern California, Rebecca J. Dorsey 
• The relation of the southern San Jacinto fault zone to the Imperial and Cerro Prieto faults, Harold Magistrale 
• Convergence, block rotation, and structural interference across the Peninsular-Transverse Ranges boundary, eastern Santa Monica Mountains, California, Andrew J. Meigs and Michael E. Oskin 
• Penetrative strain at shallow crustal levels: The role of pressure solution in accommodating regional shortening strain, Ventura basin, western Transverse Ranges, California, Ernest M. Duebendorfer and Karin L. Meyer 
• Index

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