2 edition of petrology and petrogeny of the diabase dikes of the Highland Range, southwestern Montana found in the catalog.
petrology and petrogeny of the diabase dikes of the Highland Range, southwestern Montana
Eric Lee Johnson
Written in English
|Statement||by Eric Lee Johnson.|
|Series||[Master"s theses / University Center at Binghamton, State University of New York -- no. 1151], Master"s theses (State University of New York at Binghamton) -- no. 1151.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||42,  leaves :|
|Number of Pages||45|
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Geology and Ore Deposits of the Highland Mountains, Southwestern Montana Paperback – January 1, by Uuno M. Sahinen (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Author: Uuno M. Sahinen. the central Montana alkalic province, igneous rocks in the Petrology of the Crazy Mountains Dike Swarm and Geochronology of Associated Sills, South-Central Montana By Edward A. du Bray, Stephen S. Harlan, and Anna B.
Wilson. Buy PETROLOGY OF PRECAMBRIAN MAFIC DIKES FROM THE BALD MOUNTAIN AREA, BIGHORN MOUNTAINS, WYOMING southwestern Montana book FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. The geochemistry and structural significance of a set of Middle Precambrian diabase dikes from the Highland Range, southwestern Montana Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 26(1) The petrology and petrogeny of diabase dikes of the Highland Range, southwestern Montana.
Unpublished M.S. thesis, SUNY at Binghamton, Binghamton, NY. Google ScholarCited by: The Crazy Mountains dike swarm is a radial array associated with the Eocene (approximately 49 Ma) Big Timber stock in the Crazy Mountains of south-central Montana.
Dikes are hosted by the stock and by Paleocene Fort Union Formation rocks that host the stock. The geochemistry and structural significance of a set of Middle Precambrian diabase dikes from the Highland Range, southwestern Montana Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences Discerning Permian orogenic metamorphism from other tectonothermal events (Mesoproterozoic to Alpine, contact to orogenic or extensional) in the concealed basement of the Cited by: 2.
In southwestern Montana, geochemical analyses of dikes from the Ruby Range and southern Tobacco Root Mountains identified three distinct groups with Rb–Sr ages of ± Ma (group A), ± (group B), and ± (group C) (Wooden et al., ).The Ma age is similar to dates from mafic sills that intrude sedimentary rocks of the Belt-Purcell Cited by: 9.
GEOLOGY OF THE LLOYD QUADRANGLE, BEARPAW MOUNTAINS, BLAINE COUNTY, MONTANA By RoBERT GEORGE ScHMIDT, w. PECoRA, BRUCE BRYANT, and G. ERNST ABSTRACT The Lloyd quadrangle has an area of about square miles and includes part of the northeastern Bearpaw Mountains and part of the bordering by: The Middle Precambrian diabase dikes of the Highland Range in southwestern Montana are moderate- to high-TiO2 continental tholeiites and are related along a.
Early Tertiary dikes have been found in a broad northeast- trending zone throughout south-central Idaho and southwestern Montana (Fig. These dikes, which vary in composition from basalt to rhyolite, have been grouped together and called the Idaho Porphyry Belt, or less commonly, the Anaconda Range Dike Swarm (Badgely, ).Cited by: 2.
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Petrology, geochemistry, and diabase–granophyre relations of a thick basaltic sill emplaced into wet sediments, western Montana The geochemistry and structural significance of a set of Middle Precambrian diabase dikes from the Highland Range, southwestern Montana.
Journal: Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences. Montana Before History, organized A cache north of Livingston, the oldest known evidence of humans in Montana, was left by mammoth hunters more t years ago.
Their cultural descendents survived in Montana until modern times, /5. samples, west of Montana Route Gneisses of the Greenhorn Range are medium- to coarse-grained and distinctly foliated. Bands of quartz, potash feldspar, plagioclase, and dark minerals alternate on the scale of a few millimeters.
Garnet is present in some samples. PETROGRAPHY The X(A)q unit of the Highland Mountains. Little has been written on pegmatites in Montana except in conjunction with reports on mining districts.
This subject was chosen as a senior thesis to see what facts could be ascertained regarding pegmatites alone, and an attempt has been made by the writer to assemble all written material on pegmatites in southwestern Montana, and to study specimens from those that Author: Ora Rostad.
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