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Chemical analyses of selected tertiary and quaternary volcanic rocks, Cascade Range, Washington
|Statement||by K.M. Ort, R.W. Tabor and V.A. Frizzell, Jr. ; United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey|
|Series||Open file report -- 83-1, Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 83-1|
|Contributions||Tabor, R. W., Frizzell, Virgil, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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stratigraphy of lower and middle Tertiary sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Central Cascades, Washington: applications to the tectonic history of the Straight Creek fault: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 95, no. 1, p. Basaltic volcanism in the form of small-volume, subaerial and subaqueous eruptions have occurred in the Wells Cray—Clearwater area of east central British Columbia. These eruptions have been dated by the K-Ar method and by relationships to dated glaciations. The oldest known eruption may be as old as Ma, but is more likely 2 Ma or less. The youngest eruptions are less than ± Cited by:
Click on the book chapter title to read more. The High Lava Plains are contiguous with and gradational into the Basin and Range province to the south, and many late Cenozoic volcanic rocks and fault structures are common to both provinces. For instance, some of the larger north- and northeast-trending faults, characteristic of the Basin and Range, appear to change to a northwest trend and.
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Get this from a library. Chemical analyses of selected tertiary and quaternary volcanic rocks, Cascade Range, Washington. [K M Ort; R W Tabor; V A Frizzell; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Volcanic rocks of Mount Adams The Quaternary volcanic rocks of Mount Adams are undeformed and include pyroxene andesite lavas from Mount Adams and olivine basalt flows from numerous peripheral vents (Hopkinsp.
10). Analyses are of selected samples from the south, west and north slopes of the by: 6. Chemical analyses of selected Tertiary and Quaternary volcanic rocks, Cascade Range, Washington () Peak flow, volume, and frequency of the January flood, Santa Cruz Mountains and vicinity, California ()Cited by: Chemical data for Tertiary volcanic and intrusive rocks of the Spirit Lake minute quadrangle, southern Washington Cascade Range by Russell C.
Evarts1 and Kenneth R. Bishop1 Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Washington Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth ResourcesCited by: 1. This guidebook is for a six-day excursion between Issaquah, Washington (east of Seattle), and Portland, Oregon, that emphasizes the Tertiary and Washington book volcanic geology of the western Columbia Plateau and the Cascade Range of southern Washington and northern Oregon.
Data collected over the last three years as part of a continuing study of the Quaternary volcanic rocks of the southern Cascade Mountains are presented.
Whole-rock chemical analyses, selected trace element geochemistry, volume approximations, specific gravity determinations, and locations are provided for most of the samples collected, and.
Volcanic ash has also fallen on the Seattle landscape at several times throughout the Quaternary from several different, but as-of-yet unknown, source volcanoes, most likely Cascade arc volcanoes. The Hamm Creek ash, described later, is evidence of one such eventyr.
Anomalous N 2 /Ar values occur in many thermal springs and mineral springs, some volcanic fumaroles, and at least one acid-sulfate spring of the Cascade Range.
Our data show that N 2 /Ar values are as high as in gas from some of the hot springs, as high as in gas from some of the mineral springs, and as high as in gas from the acid-sulfate spring on Mt. by: The isotopic variations and trace element data support an origin of some intermediate and silicic rock types by combined processes of assimilation and fractional crystallization.
The vents of the nearby Indian Heaven Quaternary volcanic field erupted several basalt types which can be defined on the basis of major and trace element composition. Volcanic ha&ards in the cascade Range, D.R. Crandell. Studies of the age, stratigraphy, mineralogy, origin, and distribution of late QUaternary volcanic rocks and aurficial deposits at Mt.
Helens and Mt. Baker continue in order to doculllent the kinds, scale, and frequency of volcanism, A report on volcanic. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 79 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands  Sr, Nd, and Pb isotope geochemistry of Tertiary and Quaternary alkaline volcanics from West Germany G.
Wner 1, A. Zindler ', H. Staudigel 1,3 and H.-U. Schmincke 2 Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, Columbia University, Palisades, NY (U 2 Institute Cited by: Abstract.
Anomalous N 2 /Ar values occur in many thermal springs and mineral springs, some volcanic fumaroles, and at least one acid-sulfate spring of the Cascade Range. Our data show that N 2 /Ar values are as high as in gas from some of the hot springs, as high as in gas from some of the mineral springs.
A zircon U–Pb age of adakitic rocks from Jiaodong, the Shandong Province, indicates that the volcanic rocks erupted at ±Ma. The volcanic rocks are composed only of trachyandesite with. Late Cretaceous and early Tertiary plutonism and deformation North Cascade Range, Washington and British Columbia rocks of both oceanic and volcanic-arc origin.
A plethora of syntec. A similar, forward vol- canic row occurs in western Java. Geochemistry The following discussion is based on our data set of whole-rock analyses of samples of volcanic rocks from Quaternary volcanoes in the Sunda-Banda arc.
This data set excludes vol- canic rocks from the extinct Wetar arc sector and from northern by: The Cascade arc can be divided into five segments, based on the distribution of volcanic vents formed since about 5 million years ago (Guffanti and Weaver, ).Mount Rainier is at the north end of a segment characterized by the relatively low production of dominantly basaltic lava, with andesite and dacite concentrated in five large Quaternary centers (Mount Hood, Mount St.
Helens, Mount. Quaternary extrusion rate for Cascade volcanic arc (modified from Sherrod & Smith,Fig. Distance is measured north from latitude 40°N (see inset), and the area under the curve is the total volume of Quaternary volcanic rocks in the arc.
Light gray indicates chiefly mafic rocks, dark gray chiefly andesite to by: 2. Data collected over the last three years as part of a continuing study of the Quaternary volcanic rocks of the southern Cascade Mountains are presented.
Whole-rock chemical analyses, selected trace element geochemistry, volume approximations, specific gravity determinations, and locations are provided for most of the samples collected, and 21 radiometric age dates are included.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 18 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands ALKALI MAPPING OF THE JAPANESE QUATERNARY VOLCANIC ROCKS S. ARAMAKI and T. UI Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo (Japan) Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Science, Kobe University, Nada-ku, Cited by: maps and incorporated recently determined chemical analyses and radiometric ages.
DISCUSSION INTRODUCTION The Tertiary and Quaternary volcanogenic Cascade Range in Washington is divided into two segments by a northeast trending line (fig. 1; hereafter referred to as the northern Washington and southern Washington segments).
Weaver andCited by:. Edward A. du Bray's 27 research works with citations and 3, reads, including: Characterization of the rhyolite of Bodie Hills and 40Ar/39Ar intercalibration with Ar mineral standards.Boschmann, D. E.,Geologic mapping and geothermal assessment of the Wind River valley, Skamania County, Washington: Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources Open File Report30 p., 1 pl., scale.A large variety of Neogene to Quaternary volcanic rocks is found along the Tyrrhenian border of the Italian peninsula.
Most of them are extremely enriched in potassium, some are silica undersaturated, while others belong to shoshonite and calc-alkaline rock series (e.g., Peccerillo,; Conticelli and Peccerillo, ; Serri et al., ; Perini et al., ; Conticelli et al.,