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General geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada

Charles Ronald Willden

General geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada

by Charles Ronald Willden

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Nevada.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ronald Willden.
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1141-D, Contributions to general geology
    ContributionsNevada Bureau of Mines., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 65 p. :
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20585815M

    Denio 30xminute Quadrangle Geologic Maps "Title","Year","Author","County","Publisher","Series","Plate","Scale","Remarks","Nlat","Slat","Wlong","Elong","Long_c","Lat_c". MS Book and Mineral Company United States Geological Survey Bulletins - R. / GENERAL GEOLOGY OF THE JACKSON MOUNTAINS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA, , afb, 65 pages, 3 plates (in pocket), 13 figs., $ 19 B D / Willden, R. / GENERAL GEOLOGY OF THE JACKSON MOUNTAINS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA, , pb, 65 .

    This book is basically a field guide to the geology of the Sierra Nevada mountains. There is lots of information about rock types and where they are found, and many excellent color photos. There is also a very good description of the history of the geology of the Sierra Nevada and California, how they were formed by tectonic by: Published Soil Surveys for California. Current, official soil survey information is on the Web Soil Survey. The Web Soil Survey allows you to create custom reports by selecting a specific area of interest. In the table below, clicking on a survey area that is listed as "current" takes you to the Web Soil Survey.

    Description: , scale Geologic Map of the Iron Point Quadrangle, Humboldt County, Nevada, USGS, GQ Detailed geologic mapping by R. L. Erickson and S. P. Marsh in geology of the Iron Point ' Quadrangle, Humboldt County, Nevada, with description of . Humboldt County, Nevada is home to summits, ridges, ranges, trails and other mountain features. Click on the pins on the map to see the name and a link to more information about that place. Above you’ll also see links to pages with maps .


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General geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada by Charles Ronald Willden Download PDF EPUB FB2

GENERAL GEOLOGY OF THE JACKSON MOUNTAINS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA By RONALD WILLDEN ABSTRACT The rocks exposed in the Jackson Mountains, a prominent range near the center of Hurnboldt County, Nev., record the effects of a Late Cretaceous to early Tertiary by: 8.

General geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors. Genre/Form: Online resources Electronic books Electronic government information: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Willden, Ronald, General geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada.

The Jackson Mountains, a prominent range near the center of Humboldt County, Nevada, are of interest because the Cretaceous rocks in the range record the effects of a late Cretaceous to early Tertiary orogeny. Such an orogeny has been assumed to have effected all of the Great Basin, but the rock record is sufficiently complete to provide positive dating in only a few areas such as.

The geography, geology, structure, and ore deposits of Humboldt County, detailed descriptions by mountain range; references and index. Prepared cooperatively by the U.S. Geological Survey.

Additional information on the iron ore deposits of Humboldt County is in Bulletin 53C; mineral deposit information updated in Open-File Report ↑ Ronald Willden, "General Geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada," Geological Survey Bulletin D, U.S. Dept. of the Interior, External Resources Helen S.

Carlson, " Nevada Place Names," p. The King Lear Formation in the Jackson Mountains in Humboldt County lies unconformably on Triassic and older rocks of the Black Rock-Jackson terrane. The Newark Canyon Formation crops out mostly in Eureka and White Pine Counties but extends into Elko and Nye Counties as well, and rests unconformably on Ordovician to Permian rocks.

The East Humboldt Range is a mountain range in Elko County, Nevada, United is located along the eastern edge of the upper watershed of the Humboldt River, which flows to the southwest from its source just north of the range reaches a maximum elevation of 11, feet (3, m) atop Hole in the Mountain of the range is included within the Peak: Hole in the Mountain Peak.

Named for Osgood Mountains [name should have been Osgood Mountains Quartzite] where type locality is, in NE/4 R40E T36N, Golconda 30' quad, Humboldt Co, NV. In Winnemuca 30' quad, lithology is white quartzite, somewhat micaceous, in upper part interbedded white quartz-mica schist. Unfossiliferous.

Base not exposed. Underlies Preble Formation. General Geology of the Jackson Mountains, Humboldt County, Nevada by Willden, Ronald and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at General geology of the Jackson Mountains Humboldt County, Nevada / by: Willden, Ronald, Published: () Stratigraphy and structure of the Antler Peak quadrangle, Humboldt and Lander Counties, Nevada / by: Roberts, Ralph Jackson,Published: ().

This report presents the results of a mineral survey of the South Jackson Mountains (NV) Wilderness Study Area, Humboldt County, Nevada. The South Jackson Mountains Wilderness Study Area is in south-central Humboldt County, approximately 50 miles northwest of Winnemucca, Nevada.

The Humboldt Range is a largely north-south running range of mountains in northwest Nevada, USA, that extend from the town of Imlay in the north to the junction with the West Humboldt Range in the south. It is bordered continuously by Interstate 80 and the Humboldt River, largely expanded in the form of the Rye Patch Reservoir in this area, on the west side and by a long County: Pershing.

B D / Willden, R. / GENERAL GEOLOGY OF THE JACKSON MOUNTAINS, HUMBOLDT COUNTY, NEVADA,pb, 65 pages, 3 plates (in pocket), 13 figs., $ 14 B M / Coats, R. / GEOLOGY OF THE JARBIDGE QUADRANGLE, NEVADA-IDAHO,pb, 24 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), $ Outcrops are concentrated in three separate areas of the State.

In each place, limited biostratigraphic data indicate these rocks are Cretaceous. The King Lear Formation in the Jackson Mountains in Humboldt County lies unconformably on Triassic and older rocks of the Black Rock-Jackson terrane. Mineral Resources of the South Jackson Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Humboldt County, Nevada By Martin L.

Sorensen, Donald Plouff, and Robert L. Turner U. Geological Survey Michael M. Hamilton U.S. Bureau of Mines SUMMARY Abstract The South Jackson Mountains Wilderness Study Area (NV) is in south-central HumboldtCited by: 4.

Mineral Resources of the South Jackson Mountains Wilderness Study Area, Humboldt County, Nevada ( Mb) MLA Mineral Resources of the Arc Dome Study Area, Nye County, Nevada ( Mb) MLA Mineral Resources of the South McCullough Mountains Study Area, Clark County, Nevada ( Mb) MLA Overview A lonely mountain range off the beaten track in Nevada, the Jackson Mountains are relatively unknown.

The highest point in this range is the 11th most prominent peak in the state of Nevada. The main attraction of this peak is the fact that as just mentioned, it ranks number 11 out of the top most prominent peaks as shown on this list.

It was noted in the register that 89%(27). Title: Preliminary geologic map of the McDermitt caldera, Humboldt County, Nevada and Harney and Malheur counties, Oregon Author: Christopher D.

Henry, Steven B. Castor, William A. Starkel, Ben S. Ellis, John A. Wolff, William C. McIntosh, and Matthew T. Heizler Year: Series: Open-File Report Version: First edition Format: plate: 41 x 38 inches, color; text: 8 pages. General. Directories--resources that are guides and portals to other information resources.

California Environmental Information By Geographic Area: Humboldt County, Trinity County, Siskiyou County, Mendocino County, Del Norte County, Klamath Bioregion (CERES--California Environmental Resources Evaluation System) Contains links to Internet sites that include.

The Jackson Mountains are located in the western Great Basin in Humboldt County, northwest Nevada. The range contains a late Paleozoic to Mesozoic depositional sequence. This sequence records sedimentation, volcanism and deformation in a back-arc setting.

The Mississippian to late Early Permian McGill Canyon Formation was deposited in basinal to slope to distal shelf Cited by: 8.Site Description Kamma Mountains 1 Kamma Mountains (updated ) Geologic setting: The Kamma Mountains are located in northwestern Nevada approximately 80 kilometers west of Winnemucca and just south of the Pershing-Humboldt County line.

Hycroft Gold Mine is located within the Sulfur Mining District in the Kamma Mountains.Bibliography of Geologic Maps in Nevada. See Searchable Bibliography for a more complete and searchable reference list.

Most of the references in this list were extracted from the database in NBMG Open-File Report (CD-ROM) "Interactive index of geologic mapping in Nevada," which includes additional information such as latitude and longitude of the mapped areas.