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Geology of Eel River Valley area

Humboldt County, California.

by Burdette Adrian Ogle

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Published in San Francisco .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Humboldt County.
    • Subjects:
    • Geology -- California -- Humboldt County,
    • Petrology -- California -- Humboldt County,
    • Mines and mineral resources -- California -- Humboldt County

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN24.C2 A3 no. 164
      The Physical Object
      Pagination128 p.
      Number of Pages128
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL255087M
      LC Control Numbergs 54000224
      OCLC/WorldCa3183153

      California Special Report Geology of the Desert Hot Springs – Upper Coachella Valley area, California, with a selected bibliography of the Coachella Valley, Salton sea, and vicinity. By Richard J. Proctor. 50 pages, 1 plate in pocket, 13 figures, 1 photo map, frontispiece, 10 photos. $2. The Geologic Data Subcommittee (GDS) of the Federal Geographic Data Committee (FGDC) is responsible for coordination of geologic data-related activities For the first time, there is a single national standard for symbolizing the lines, points, and areas that are shown on geologic maps. The objective of this standard is to support efficient.

      Volume: 37 () Issue: (December) First Page: Last Page: Title: Geology of the Eel River Basin, Humboldt County, California.: ABSTRACT. Author(s): Burdette A. Ogle Article Type: Meeting abstract Abstract: Eel River Basin, a westerly trending Cenozoic basin in Humboldt County, was the site of deposition of 13, feet of dominantly marine upper Miocene to Recent clastic sediments. Geologic. The Rio Chama carved a foot-deep canyon of colorful siltstone, gypsum and sandstone layers. Floating down the river provides an ever changing view of sedimentary layers traveling back in time millions of years. There are even the imprints of dinosaur tracks .

      Quadrangles and Adjacent Offshore Area, Northern California, USGS Miscellaneous Field Studies MF, various scales, 6 plates. Ogle, B.A., , Geology of the Eel River Valley Area. @article{osti_, title = {Structure and geologic history of late Cenozoic Eel River basin, California}, author = {Clarke, Jr, S H}, abstractNote = {The Eel River basin formed as a late Cenozoic forearc basin floored by late Mesozoic and early Cenozoic allochthonous terranes (central and coastal belts of the Franciscan complex).). Regionally, basement rocks are unconformably overlain on.


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Geology of Eel River Valley area. San Francisco, (OCoLC) Document Type. The geology of California is highly complex, with numerous mountain ranges, substantial faulting and tectonic activity, rich natural resources and a history of both ancient and comparatively recent intense geological activity.

The state formed as a series of small island arcs, deep ocean sediments and mafic oceanic crust were accreted to the western edge of North America, producing a series of.

The Eel River (Cahto: Taanchow) is a major river, about miles ( km) long, of northwestern river and its tributaries form the third largest watershed entirely in California, draining a rugged area of 3, square miles (9, km 2) in five river flows generally northward through the Coast Ranges west of the Sacramento Valley, emptying into the Pacific Ocean.

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LETTEROFTRANSMITTAL ToHisExccllencij TheHonorableEarlWarren GovernoroftheStateofCalifornia Sir:IhavethehonortotransmitherewithBulletin,Geologyof EelRiverValleyArea.

the Eel River valley, on the Arcata plain, and in the area north of the Mad River, indicated an average decline of about 5 feet in water level" in each basin during tion season of Northern Coast Ranges of California The Northern Coast Ranges run north-to-south, generally parallel to the coast.

U.S. Highway (the Coast Highway) runs along valleys between Inner and Outer ranges, separated by the river valleys of the Eel River to the north, and the Russian River to the south. The outer ranges run to the coast and are wetter and are mostly forested with Coast Redwoods.

The area is considered to be a part of California Geomorphic Province called the Coast Ranges. The Humboldt Bay Area goes from the mouth of the Mattole River north to Gyon Point, and east to a line between Orick and Scotia Bluffs.

This definition of area is unique to this report and has not been taken from other published works. Geology of Eel River Valley Area, Humboldt County, California.

General Books LLC. ISBN Salt River Watershed Review Report, November. From Ukiah, take Potter Valley road into Potter Valley. Take Eel River Road out from Potter Valley and follow it until you reach the bridge over the river, not far from Van Arsdale Reservoir.

Here, you have a choice - you can park near the bridge and walk down there, or drive up the [rather bumpy] Forest Route 20N01, and walk down one of the. Two upper Cenozoic depositional sequences of principally marine strata about m thick overlie accreted basement terranes of the Central and Coastal belts of the Franciscan Complex in the onshore-offshore Eel River basin of northwestern California.

The older depositional sequence is early to middle Miocene in age and represents slope basin and slope-blanket deposition, whereas the younger. studies in the western on-land half of the report area since the 's have emphasized the structure and subdivision of the accretionary Coastal belt of the Franciscan Complex, and the delineation of fault-bounded non-accretionary outliers of the Eel River basin section that overlie or are imbricated into the Franciscan Complex.

Structure and geologic history of late Cenozoic Eel River basin, California Conference Clarke, Jr, S H - AAPG Bull.; (United States) The Eel River basin formed as a late Cenozoic forearc basin floored by late Mesozoic and early Cenozoic allochthonous terranes (central. California Department of Conservation administers a variety of programs vital to California's public safety, environment and economy.

The services DOC provides are designed to balance today's needs with tomorrow's obligations by fostering the wise use and conservation of energy, land and mineral resources. Burdette Ogle wrote Geology of the Eel River Valley Area, Humboldt County, California in On pages 71 to 73, he wrote: The late history of the Eel River involves a progressive moving of the channel from the northern edge of its valley, north of Metropolitan, to its present course between Metropolitan and the mouth of the Van Duzen River.

Books, Gear, and Supplies Submit A Location Geology Field Trips Articles Forums Eel river north of potter valley EEL RIVER at hearst. Large boulders of jasper can be found here, as well as colorful rhyolite, jade, and specimens of fluorescent calcite in shades of yellow, orange, and red. If you look at a topo map of the Fieldbrook area, you’ll see Tip-Top, and two conical hills to the north, running between the Fieldbrook Valley, and the Lower South Fork of Little River, which we used to call Nineteen Mile Creek.

The cliff is directly across the ridge from the headwaters of the South Fork of Little River. Detailed Description. This webcam is located at the USGS streamgaging station on Eel River at station provides continuous monitoring of river stage.

The webcam provides valuable information to the National Weather Service, first-responders, and area residents to evaluate real-time conditions in the creek channel during storms.• Surface Area: 73, acres ( square miles) Basin Boundaries and Hydrology The Eel River Valley Groundwater Basin is one of the principal groundwater basins in the Eureka area of Humboldt County.

The area includes the lower 8 miles of the Van Duzen River Valley and the Eel River Valley. The basin.20 feet Aboite aquifer system Allen County alluvium ancestral Lake Erie and(or basal outwash bedrock aquifer system bedrock surface bedrock valleys buried canyon Cedar Creek characteristics characterized clay clayey commonly confining unit defined depth difficult discharge area drainage eastem Eel River Valley Erie Lobe feet thick fig fine.