4 edition of Uranium-series dates on sediments of the high shoreline of Panamint Valley, California found in the catalog.
Uranium-series dates on sediments of the high shoreline of Panamint Valley, California
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributor] in Menlo Park, CA, [Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Other titles||Uranium series dates on sediments of the high shoreline of Panamint Valley, California|
|Statement||by John A. Fitzpatrick and James L. Bischoff|
|Series||Open-file report -- 93-232, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 93-232|
|Contributions||Bischoff, James L, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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Uranium-series dates on sediments of the high shoreline of Panamint Valley, California Author: John A Fitzpatrick ; James L Bischoff ; Geological Survey (U.S.). URANIUM-SERIES DATES ON SEDIMENTS OF THE HIGH SHORELINE OF PANAMINT VALLEY, CALIFORNIA by John A.
Fitzpatrick and James L. Bischoff Menlo Park, CA Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey ediitorial standazrds (or with the North American Stratigraphic Code). An assumed sedimentation rate between and mm/yr for the m-thick section of shallow lake and wetlands sediments in the Panamint Valley core suggests a span of time of ∼70– k.y., and thus the section below the lower 14 C date probably includes the entire OIS 4 interval.
Abstract. Uraniferous Holocene sediments occur in the Carson Range of Nevada and California, U.S.A., between Lake Tahoe and Carson Valley. The hosts for the uranium include peat and interbedded organic-rich sand, silt, and mud that underly valley floors, fens, and marshes along stream valleys between the crest of the range and the edge of Lake by: “Uranium Series Dates on Sediments of the High Shoreline of Panamint Valley, California.” United States Geological Survey Open-File Report 93 – Gale, H.
Late Pleistocene lakes and wetlands, Panamint Valley, Inyo County, California Chapter in Special Paper of the Geological Society of America January with 39 Reads.
Ku et al. () pioneered U-series dating of pedogenic carbonates and associated clast rinds with their study on soils in Pleistocene gravels of the arid Vidal Valley, California. 1 Large (5 to 8 g) samples from the inner 2 to 3 mm of pedogenic carbonate-rinds developed on andesite and metavolcanic rocks were leached with 1N HCl, and both the Cited by: shoreline were dated by uranium-series methods (Luo and Ku, ).
Of the 11 samples, 7 are – ka,which correlates with perennial lake sediments observed in core DV from to. Death and Panamint Valleys lie within the eastern California shear zone, a tectonically and seismically active region (Reheis and Sawyer, ).The basin-range blocks are fault bounded and undergo relative uplift with rates on the order of to mm/yr (Klinger and Piety,Reheis and Sawyer,Klinger, ).Dip-slip rates along part of the central Death Valley Cited by: This book covers all of the rudimentary aspects of sedimentology, including different types of sedimentary rocks, sedimentary structures, and environments of deposition of sediments.
The application of sedimentology in the search for hydrocarbons and other valuable economic resources is explained. Written for students. This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc.
that were either part of the original artifact, or were introduced by the scanning process. We believe this work is culturally important, and despite the imperfections,Format: Paperback.
Geology of the Panamint Butte Quadrangle, Inyo County, California: USGS Bulletin [Wayne Everett Hall] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The United States Geological Survey (USGS) is a scientific organization created inand is part of the U.S. government. Their scientists explore our environment and ecosystems.
Throughout California's deserts and across the Basin and Ranges of Nevada, Utah, and Arizona, geologists have found conclusive evidence of landscapes dotted with lakes as recently 1 1, years ago. In the basins containing modern lakes, shore- lines can be seen as high as hundreds of feet above the modern lake levels (Fig.
Analysis of sediment shows that Death Valley California was once a large from BIOL at York University. California Division of Mines and Geology. Special Report Geologic Features—Death Valley, California Although these rocks have yet to yield a reliable radiometric date, the oldest probably were deposited about b.y.
ago, as they rest with profound unconformity upon a crystalline complex from which b.y. dates have been obtained.
High-altitude oblique aerial photograph to southwest across south-central Death Valley. Black Mountains in foreground. Owlshead Mountains, left center, and southern Panamint Range, right center, are on opposite sides of Wingate Wash.
Garlock fault extends obliquely across upper one-third of photograph on far side of Owlshead Mountains. The Wildrose Charcoal Kilns were completed in by the Modock Consolidated Mining Company, above Death Valley in the Panamint Range, and were used to reduce pinyon and juniper tree wood to charcoal in a process of slow burning in low fuel was then transported to mines in The Argus Range, 25 miles to the west, to feed smelting and ore.
URANIUM-SERIES AND RADIOCARBON DATES ON TUFAS FROM SEARLES LAKE, CALIFORNIA by Jose Francisco Garcia1, James L. Bischoff2, G.I. Smith2, and Deborah Trimble2 Menlo Park, CA Open-File Report 1. Department de Quimica Analftica, Universitat de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain 2. U.S.
Geological Survey, Menlo Park,CA Cited by: 1. Uranium in Holocene valley-fill sediments, and uranium, radon, and helium in waters, Lake Tahoe-Carson Range area, Nevada and California Open-File Report By: James K.
Otton, Robert A. Zielinski, and Josh M. Been. Sediments in Panamint Valley suggest that the last time that Panamint Valley overflowed into Death Valley –55, years ago although the dates display a lot of scatter; during the Tioga glaciation, the Owens River stopped in Lake Searles, considering that lower shorelines at Lake Searles do not appear to correspond to any shoreline.
The general geologic features of the Black Mountains have been shown on several published maps, namely those of Curry (), Noble and Wright (—generalization of Curry's map), Drewes (), the Death Valley sheet of the State Geologic Map of California (scale ,), and Wright and Troxel ().Tucson AZ USA @ MISSING Harris, R.C.,Uranium distribution in sediments of the Lower San Pedro Valley, south-east Arizona, and implications for implications for indoor radon.
Arizona Geological Survey Open File Report, OFR, 1 map sheet, map scale10 p.California Division of Mines and Geology. California: The Noonday Dolomite and Equivalent Stratigraphic Units, Southern Death Valley Region, California Eugene G.
Williams, 1 Lauren A. Wright, 1 Bennie W. Troxel 2. 1 that extends from the southern part of the Panamint Range east-southeastward for about km. The Noonday also has been.