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Recent Submissions

  • Woidneck, Robert Keith (San Diego State University – Department of Geological Sciences, 1979-02-21)
    The study area encompasses the San Miguel and Agua Blanca fault zones and adjacent areas, northwestern Baja California. The basement rocks of the area are a series of prebatholithic metasedimentary and metavolcanic rocks, ...
  • Sangines, Eugenia Maria (San Diego State University – Department of Geological Sciences, 1985-11-17)
    There is evidence to suggest that both mantle and crustal source regions played a significant role in the development of the Triassic-Jurassic granitoids of the Cordillera Real, the most eastern cordillera of the Bolivian ...
  • Kofron, Ronald J. (San Diego State University – Department of Geological Sciences, 1984-11-20)
    The Julian mining district is located in the eastern portion of the western zone of the Peninsular Ranges batholith approximately 60 km northeast of San Diego, and contains the most significant mineral deposits discovered ...
  • Kimzey, Jo Ann (San Diego State University – Department of Geological Sciences, 1982-05-14)
    The La Posta granodiorite is part of a weakly peraluminous belt of rock that outcrops almost the entire length of the eastern margin of the Peninsular Ranges batholith and is at least 25 km in width. This study describes ...
  • Fleming, Sheryl Denise (San Diego State University – Department of Geological Sciences, 1979-07-30)
    The silicified macrofossils from a section of Roberts Mountains Formation near Beatty, Nevada have been used to determine geologic age and depositional environments. The 1074-foot (327 m) section was divided into six ...