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Geology of the black shale belt of the Bruce Creek area, Stevens County, Washington

Erich Richard Laskowski

Geology of the black shale belt of the Bruce Creek area, Stevens County, Washington

by Erich Richard Laskowski

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shale -- Washington (State) -- Stevens County.,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic.,
  • Geology -- Washington (State) -- Stevens County.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Erich Richard Laskowski.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 113 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16551824M

      French Creek provided most of the irrigation for the ranch, and runs along the base of the Bighorns. A stratigraphic section of the Powder Creek Basin can be found at the Wyoming Geological Survey website. A common type of rock found in this basin is . the study area have a similar trend to those of the Brothers fault zone. LOCATION The Bear Creek Butte study area is located 50 km. south of Prineville, Oregon in Crook County along Oregon State Highway 27 (Fig. 1). Fifty square kilometers were mapped. This area occurs on four U.S. Geologic Survey.

    Bellingham, Washington State, United States Dan McShane is an engineering geologist with Stratum Group, a geology and environmental consulting company based in Bellingham, Washington. Dan has been reading Washington State landscapes since driving across the Horse Heaven Hills with his father and brother in Niagara County, New York, near the eastern end of the escarpment, is the site of acres (7, ha) Niagara Escarpment AVA (American Viticultural Area). Wines produced in this region include traditional grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Riesling, and fruit wines.

    the area north of the Cave Creek Recreation Area (sect T. 6 N., R. 4 E.) consists of a diverse belt ofNE-trending rock types. The hills between Black Mountain and Cave Creek contain a complicated sequence of interbedded ferruginous chert, phyllite, and felsic to mafic volcanic rocks. Premium members are able to view mine maps centered on each county and with county lines drawn. Click here for more information on premium memberships. All 1, mines in Clear Creek County.


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Geology of the black shale belt of the Bruce Creek area, Stevens County, Washington by Erich Richard Laskowski Download PDF EPUB FB2

The magnesite belt of Stevens County, Wash., is a narrow zone of closely folded metasedimentary and intrusive rocks in the northeastward-trending Huckleberry Mountains.

Most of the rocks belong to the Deer Trail group, generally believed to be late P"recambrian. This group, the oldest rocks ex­ posed within the area and probably of Belt age, comprises a series of meta­Cited by: 3. Geology of the Magnesite Belt of Stevens County Washington (Contributions to economic geology) [Ian Campbell] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Ian Campbell.

This report, although primarily concerned with the stratigraphy and structure of a lead-zinc mining district in northern Stevens County, Washington, discusses and integrates the geology of the region about the Deep Creek area.

Although the study centers in an area of about square miles immediately south of the International Boundary, the regional background comes from: (1)the previously. Author(s) Water Resources: Description: In this report, special emphasis was placed on water sources, both surface water and ground water, which possess potential for the development of moderate to large supplies of water of suitable quality for community domestic supplies, irrigation and industrial requirements of the various areas of Stevens County.

Title: Generalized Geology & Hydrology of Stevens County, Washington - Author: Ecology Water Resources Created Date: 8/11/ PMFile Size: 2MB.

B C / Dickerson, R. P., / MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE BLACK RIDGE CANYONS WILDERNESS STUDY AREA, MESA COUNTY, COLORADO AND GRAND COUNTY, UTAH AND WESTWATER CANYON WILDERNESS STUDY AREA, GRAND COUNTY, UTAH,pb, 24 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 5 figs., 1 table, $ 6.

(Fig. 2The Burpee Hills is km bound on the northern edge by Grandy Creek, on the eastern edge by Lake Shannon reservoir created by the Lower Baker River Dam. GEOLOGY OF THE RENTON, AUBURN, AND BLACK DIAMOND QUADRANGLES, KING COUNTY, WASHINGTON By DONAL E.

MULLHSTEAUX ABSTRACT The Renton, Auburn, and Black Diamond quadrangles lie southeast of Seattle, Wash., in the southeastern part of the Puget Sound lowland. Largely rural only a few years ago, this area is being increasingly used for suburban and ur­ ban.

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Ordovician rocks (Middle Ordovician) at surface, covers 5 % of this area. Mainly black to gray slate or slaty argillite, argillite, black to dark-gray siltstone in north-central Stevens County and grayish olive-green silty argillite in west-central Stevens County.

Many occurrences of Early and Middle Ordovician graptolites; also rare conodonts. Excerpt from Geology of the Gold Belt in the James River Basin, Virginia Fig. Cyanite in vein quartz from Young American mine Fig. Lenses Of vein quartz in gneiss Young American mine. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical : Stephen Taber. They are similar in many respects to other bedded and presumably marine sedimentary barite deposits in Nevada and Arkansas, including: 1) their conformity with the bedding of enclosing quartz siltstones, argillites and limestone, 2) their thin laminae.

Washington County () Caution: These images were scanned from a paper copy of the out-of-print and outdated Geologic Map of Maryland. Due to the age of this map, these images do not necessarily represent an accurate interpretation of currently accepted geologic theory.

Bellingham, Washington State, United States Dan McShane is an engineering geologist with Stratum Group, a geology and environmental consulting company based in Bellingham, Washington.

Dan has been reading Washington State landscapes since driving across the Horse Heaven Hills with his father and brother in Kiowa shale: Dark gray to black shale.

Locally contains lenses of sandstone: Yields little or no water to wells in this area: local disconformity: Cheyenne sandstone: +/-Gray and white fine-grained to coarse-grained sandstone: Locally is a potential source of ground water, but is practically unexploited in this area because of its great depth.

Home» Mines and Mineral Division» Land Tenure and Geoscience Resources» Geology Ontario. Search GeologyOntario. Expand to view Table description.

The table provides information about all GeologyOntario databases. Find out more about each database by clicking the link under the Database Description column. Each database can be viewed using. More information: National Geologic Map Database Index Page; Superseding Publications: Geology of the Chewelah-Loon Lake area, Stevens and Spokane counties, Washington, with a section on potassium-argon ages of the plutonic rocks().

Index map of Washington showing the thesis map 2 area and geologic framework. Generalized geology map of northern Stevens County.

3 3. Structural trend of the Kootenay Arc and major 8 sedimentary provinces. Tectonic provinces of northeast Washington.

10 5. Contact between the Ledbetter Slate and Meta line 17 Limestone. Samples of the. Several uranium anomalies, with concentrations of U₃0₈ that average below percent and reach maximums of percent, are associated with black, fossiliferous, pyritic parts of the Ordovician Ledbetter Slate in northern Stevens County, Washington.

Visit the places where experienced rock and mineral collectors have found success. Details on collecting sites, each with a map, directions, and GPS coordinates.

Also has descriptions of the locations, and tells you what types of rocks, minerals, and fossils you could find there. A great guide to rock and mineral collecting in Washington!.

PP E / Keefer, W. R. / GEOLOGY OF THE DUNOIR AREA, FREMONT COUNTY, WYOMING,pb, pages -2 plates in pocket, 25 figs, u ncirculated condition, $ 26; used, $ 20 PP A / RECENT SEDIMENTATION AND EROSIONAL HISTORY OF FIVEMILE CREEK, FREMONT COUNTY, WYOMING,pb, 16 pages, 4 plates (2 in pocket), 7 figs., $ 4.Stevens County, Washington Multi - Hazard Mitigation Plan pg 93 Stevens County Landslide Profile The primary factors that increase landslide risk are slope and certain soil characteristics.

In general, the potential for landslide occurrence intensifies as slope increases on all soil types and across a wide range of geological formations.Mapped in northeasternmost part of study area Big Horn Co, MT, northwestern Powder River basin.

As shown on measured section (sheet 2), Parkman is ft thick; lower part consists of ft of shale that becomes silty to very sandy upward; upper part consists of ft of buff, brownish, and olive-green sandstone that forms west-facing sandy hills.