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Bibliography: p. 79-82.
|Statement||John A. Dorr, Jr., Darwin R. Spearing, James R. Steidtmann.|
|Series||Special paper - Geological Society of America ;, 177, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, no. 177.|
|Contributions||Spearing, Darwin, joint author., Steidtmann, James R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE604 .D67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 82 p. :|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||77070022|
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Author(s): John A. Dorr, Jr., Darwin R. Spearing, James R. Steidtmann. Get this from a library. Deformation and deposition between a foreland uplift and an impinging thrust belt: Hoback Basin, Wyoming. [John A Dorr; Darwin Spearing; James R Steidtmann].John Adam Dorr, Deformation and Deposition Between a Foreland Uplift and an Impinging Thrust Belt: Hoback Basin, Wyoming: North of Jack Creek, where the Chappo Member intertongues with the Hoback Formation, the Hoback thickens to 2, m.
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foreland uplift and an impinging thrust belt: Hoback Basin, Wyoming: Geological Society of America Special Paper82 p. Eberth, D.A.
and O’Connell, S.C. WILTSCHKO, D.V. and DORR, J. () Timing of deformation in overthrust belt and foreland of Idaho, Wyoming and Utah. American Association Petroleum. Crops out in relatively broad belt in west-central part of Cathedral Bluffs area [Rio Blanco County, western Colorado].
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geologic. A foreland basin system is defined as: (a) an elongate region of potential sediment accommodation that forms on continental crust between a contractional orogenic belt and the adjacent craton.
From west to east, the major tectonic components are forearc accretionary wedge and basin, magmatic arc, hinterland with metamorphic core complexes, Sevier fold-thrust belt, Laramide foreland belt, and foreland basin (see Fig. 1 for explanation of map symbols and labels).
Relative motion between subducting oceanic and North American plates was. The foothills are represented by a northeast-southwest-oriented fold-and-thrust belt, whereas the foreland basin is genetically related to Neogene flexural subsidence and molasse sedimentation. Deformation and deposition between a foreland uplift and an impinging thrust belt - Hoback Basin, Wyoming, Darwin Spearing, John A.
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This organic matter should be rich in hydrogen with major contributions from algal/bacterial material. Geological Society of America: Special Paper Deformation and deposition between a foreland uplift and an impinging thrust belt: Hoback Basin, Wyoming. By John A. Dorr, Jr., Darwin R.
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The outline version is that thrusting in the north-south trending Sevier foreland fold-and-thrust belt shutdown by about 90 Ma in southern Nevada but continued for another 30+ million years farther north.
Northwest-trending retroarc thrusts probably continued to be active in southeastern California until 80 Ma and possibly 75 Ma. Deformation and Deposition between a Foreland. Uplift and an Impinging Thrust Belt: Hoback Basin, Wyoming, Geological Society of American Special PaperBoulder, CO.
Figure Outcrop of quartzite gravel about 12 miles (20 km) east of Moran Junction on highway. Soil,sediment,and rocks are added to a landform or mass, these deposit and construct a landform. Erosion Weathering This is a picture of rock formations called hoodoos, that were formed and carved by erosion from wind, water and ice.
FIGURE 98 Cross section between the north flank ofthe Uinta Mountains and the Wasatch fault. The locations of the Echo Stop 38 and the Devils Slide Stop 39 are labeled.
Note the relationship between the Wasatch base ment uplift and decollement thrusts to the east. See Figure 97 for location ofsection. From Bruhn, and others. the first important tectonic activity in the Appalachians, took place during the Ordovician Period.
Thrusting and folding occurred mainly in the northern portion of the mountain belt. Uplifted mountains shed sediment to the west, forming the Queenston clastic wedge near Albany, New York. Top 20 Civil Deposition Questions? A civil deposition is part of the discovery process in civil litigation.A deposition is basically a question-and-answer session between the attorney representing one of the parties in a lawsuit, and a witness who is believed to have information relevant to the lawsuit.Summary: The three informal divisions of the Wasatch group of Hayden ()) basal reddish-yellow sandy clays and conglomerates, 2) light-colored rhyolitic ash beds with intercalated white limestone lenses with freshwater shells and leaves, and 3) reddish-yellow sandy clay and irregular sandstone beds named a) Almy formation, b) Fowkes formation, and c) Knight formation in this report.Rules of engagement.
The plaintiff’s attorney initiates the discovery deposition. Ground rules vary by jurisdiction, but in general the Rules of Civil Procedure give deposing counsel substantial latitude in the questions that can be asked.
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