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Geology of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, western San Juan Mountains, Colorado : a bedded sequence of volcanic and sedimentary rocks more than 5,000 feet thick has been intruded by stocks and laccoliths

Author: Calvin Stanton Bromfield; Geological Survey (U.S.); U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Publisher: Washington : United States Government Printing Office, 1967.
Series: Geological Survey bulletin, 1227.
Edition/Format:   Print book : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Geological maps
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bromfield, Calvin Stanton, 1923-
Geology of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, western San Juan Mountains, Colorado
(OCoLC)891382511
Material Type: Government publication, National government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Calvin Stanton Bromfield; Geological Survey (U.S.); U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.
OCLC Number: 4047535
Notes: As of 04/15/2016, GPO could not validate the distribution status of this title for the FDLP.
Part of illustrative matter fold. in pocket.
Five folded maps, one folded table in pocket, Plate 1: Geologic map and sections of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, Colorado, [1959], Plate 2: General structural and geologic features of the western San Juan Mountains and adjacent areas, [1935, last modified 1966], Plate 3: Generalized columnar section of the sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, Colorado, [1967], Plate 4: Diagrammatic cross sections of Cross Mountain Anticline and Black Face Pluton / Generalized structural map and sections of the eastern San Miguel Mountains, [1967], Plate 5: Patented claims in the western part of the Iron Springs (Ophir or Ames) mining district, San Miguel County, Colorado, [1967], Plate 6: Patented claims in the Mount Wilson mining district, San Miguel and Dolores counties, Colorado, [1967].
"United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey."
Description: vi, 100 pages, 6 pages of plates : illustrations, maps (1 color) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Abstract --
Introduction --
Location, accessibility, and culture --
Topography --
Climate --
Vegetation --
Previous investigations --
Present investigation --
Acknowledgments --
General geologic setting --
Stratigraphy --
Triassic System --
Upper Triassic Series --
Dolores Formation --
Jurassic System --
Upper Jurassic Series --
Entrada Sandstone --
Wanakah Formation --
Pony Express Limestone Member --
Bilk Creek Sandstone Member --
Marl member --
Morrison Formation --
Salt Wash Sandstone Member --
Brushy Basin Shale Member --
Cretaceous System --
Lower Cretaceous Series --
Burro Canyon Formation --
Upper Cretaceous Series --
Dakota Sandstone --
Mancos Shale --
Tertiary System --
Oligocene(?) Series --
Telluride Conglomerate --
Middle and upper Tertiary --
San Juan Formation --
Silverton Volcanic Group --
Quaternary System --
Pleistocene Series --
Glacial deposits --
Undifferentiated older drift --
Late Wisconsin drift --
Pleistocene and Recent Series --
Landslide deposits --
Recent Series --
Rock glaciers and other glacial deposits --
Talus --
Alluvium --
Intrusive rocks --
Flattop laccolith --
Monzonite porphyry --
Black Face-Ames plutons --
Porphyritic rhyodacite --
Grandiorite porphyry --
Inclusions --
Wilson Peak and Ophir stocks --
Microgranogabbro --
Granodiorite --
Porphyritic adamellite --
Age of the major intrusive rocks --
Minor intrusive rocks --
Latite --
Dikes and sills of intermediate composition --
Lamprophyre dikes --
Age of the minor intrusive rocks --
Petrologic relations --
Chemical composition of major intrusive rocks --
Variation diagrams --
Relation of major intrusive rocks to igneous rocks of western --
San Juan Mountains --
Origin of the intrusive rocks --
Contact metamorphism --
Structural geology --
Geologic setting of Mount Wilson quadrangle --
Igneous instrusions and related structural features --
Flattop laccolith --
Cross Mountain anticline --
Black Face pluton --
Ames pluton --
Wilson Peak stock --
Depth of intrusion --
Comparison of eastern San Miguel Mountains with laccolithic centers of the Colorado Plateau --
Mechanism of emplacement --
Black Face-Ames Plutons and Flattop laccocith --
Wilson Peak stock --
Some factors influencing mode the emplacement --
Rico dome --
Faults --
Mineral resources --
Vein deposits --
Iron Springs (Ophir or Ames) district --
San Bernardo mine --
Butterfly mine --
San Juan claims --
Mount Wilson mining district --
Morning Star mine --
Veins in upper Bilk Basin --
Silver Pick mine --
Other mines --
Coal.
Series Title: Geological Survey bulletin, 1227.
Other Titles: Geologic map and sections of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, Colorado.
General structural and geologic features of the western San Juan Mountains and adjacent areas.
Generalized columnar section of the sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Mount Wilson quadrangle, Colorado.
Diagrammatic cross sections of Cross Mountain Anticline and Black Face Pluton.
Generalized structural map and sections of the eastern San Miguel Mountains.
Patented claims in the western part of the Iron Springs (Ophir or Ames) mining district, San Miguel County, Colorado.
Patented claims in the Mount Wilson mining district, San Miguel and Dolores counties, Colorado.
Bedded sequence of volcanic and sedimentary rocks more than 5,000 feet thick has been intruded by stocks and laccoliths
Geology, Mount Wilson quadrangle, Colorado
Responsibility: by Calvin S. Bromfield ; prepared on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission.

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