Geologic formations of western Oregon (west of longitude 121⁰ 30ʹ)

by John D. Beaulieu

Publisher: State of Oregon, Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries in Portland

Written in English
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  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Nomenclature -- Oregon,
  • Formations (Geology) -- Oregon

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Bibliography: p. 63-72.

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GEOLOGIC FORMATIONS OF WESTERN OREGON (WEST OF LONGITUDE °30') By John D. Beaulieu* INTRODUCTION It is the purpose of this publication to provide a concise, yet comprehensive discussion of the for­ mations of western Oregon. It is the further aim that the data for each of the formations be as current as possible.

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General Information. Title: Geologic formations of western Oregon; west of Longitude degrees 30 minutes Author(s): Beaulieu, J.D. Publishing Organization: Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Series and Number: Bulletin no.

70 [72 p.] Publication Date: Cross Section: None North Latitude: 46° 16' 16" N () South Latitude: 41° 59' 30" N (). There are at least five geologic provinces in the area: the Cascade Volcanoes, the Columbia Plateau, the North Cascades, the Coast Mountains, and the Insular Mountains.

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Introductory chapters on geologic time, fossils, geologic processes, and history conclude with glances at fossils occurring elsewhere in Oregon, those older than Tertiary in the western part of the state, and fossils other than shells from western Oregon.

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