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Mount Galen volcanics, a new Middle Tertiary volcanic formation in the Central Alaska Range
John E. Decker
Bibliography: p. 10-11.
|Statement||by John E. Decker and Wyatt G. Gilbert.|
|Series||Geologic report ;, 59, Geologic report (Alaska. Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys) ;, 59.|
|Contributions||Gilbert, Wyatt G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE83 .A25 no. 59, QE461 .A25 no. 59|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
|LC Control Number||79621719|
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The Mount Galen volcanics - a new middle Tertiary volcanic formation in the central Alaska Range, Alaska. Authors: Decker, J.E., and Gilbert, W.G.
Publication Date: ; Publisher: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys ; Total Price: $; Ordering Info: Download below or please see our publication sales page for more information. THE MOUNT GALEN VOLCANICS--A NEW MIDDLE TERTIARY VOLCANIC FORMATION IN THE CENTRAL ALASKA RANGE BY John E.
~eckerl and Wyatt G. Gilbert2 ABSTRACT PREVIOUS INVESTIGATIONS The Mount Galen Volcanics are named for a series of andesitic and basaltic lava flows, breccia, and tuff of late Eocene-early Oligocene age in the west-central. The Mount Galen volcanics, a new Middle Tertiary volcanic formation in the Central Alaska Range John E Decker ; Wyatt G Gilbert Geologic report (Juneau, Alaska), The volcanic rocks of the Mount Galen area were shown to be late Eocene and early Oligocene and were named the Mount Galen Volcanics by Decker and Gilbert ().
Published K-Ar ages (Decker and Gilbert, ) for the Mount Galen Volcanics (table 1) range from +/ to +/ Ma, with minimum ages of +/ to +/ Ma.
Decker, J. E., and Gilbert, W. G.,The Mt. Galen volcanics-A new middle Tertiary volcanic formation in central Alaska Range: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Geological Rep 11 p.
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Decker, J.E., and Gilbert, W.G.,The Mount Galen volcanics - a new middle Tertiary volcanic formation in the central Alaska Range, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Rep 11 p. Stratigraphy, Age, and Geochemistry of Tertiary Volcanic Rocks and Associated Synorogenic Deposits, Mount McKinley Quadrangle, Alaska By Ronald B.
Cole1 and Paul W. Layer2 46 m above the base of the Mount Galen Volcanics yields an age of ± Ma. The Mount Galen Volcanics is enriched in Ba, Th, Sr, and LREEs, has high Ba/Ta ratios ( Decker, J. E., and Gilbert, W. G.,The Mt. Galen volcanics-A new middle Tertiary volcanic formation in central Alaska Range: Alaska Division of Geological and.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. The Brooks Range (Athabaskan Gwazhał) is a mountain range in far northern North America stretching some miles (1, km) from west to east across northern Alaska into Canada's Yukon ng a peak elevation of 8, feet (2, m) on Mount Isto, the range is believed to be approximately million years old.
In the United States, these mountains are considered an. The Mount Galen volcanics, a new middle Tertiary volcanic formation in the central Alaska Range, Decker, J. E., and Gilbert, W. G.,The Mount Galen volcanics, a new middle Tertiary volcanic formation in the central Alaska Range: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Report GR11 p.
The Mount Harper Volcanics of the Coal Creek inlier of the central Ogilvie Mountains is a mildly calc-alkaline magmatic suite that has been interpreted as the product of a partial melting at the. The tier is bisected by Grant Creek, a tributary to the Thorofare River on the northwest flank of Mt.
Eielson. The claims form a block about feet east-west by feet north-south. The block is east of, and adjoins, the west tier of claims described in record MM The west-central tier of claims are between and feet elevation.
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thesis, 69 p. The estimate of influence of oceanic or continental crust at sources of island-arc volcanisms by (Th/ U) (sub Th) and (Th/ U) (sub Pb) isotope systematics, A mountain is a natural rise in the Earth’s surface which is usually formed as a result of crustal movements on the planet.
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