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Cloudy Pass epizonal batholith and associated subvolcanic rocks

Fred W. Cater

Cloudy Pass epizonal batholith and associated subvolcanic rocks

by Fred W. Cater

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Published by [Geological Society of America] in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Washington (State),
  • Chelan Co.,
  • Snohomish Co.
    • Subjects:
    • Batholiths.,
    • Intrusions (Geology) -- Washington (State) -- Chelan Co.,
    • Intrusions (Geology) -- Washington (State) -- Snohomish Co.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 51-52.

      Statement[by] Fred W. Cater.
      SeriesGeological Society of America. Special paper ;, no. 116, Geological Society of America. Regional Studies, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, no. 116.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE461 .C38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 54 p.
      Number of Pages54
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5693492M
      ISBN 100813721174
      LC Control Number70075501

      Alaska geologic map units containing lithology Igneous > Volcanic > Mafic-volcanic > Basalt. Dikes and subvolcanic rocks. Late-Cretaceous to Tertiary-Paleogene, Extrusive. may include minor ultramafic or dioritic rocks, associated with Alaska-Aleutian Range batholith. ABSTRACT: A batholith of aro km 2 was formed during the Hercynian orogeny in the Spanish Central System (SCS). Geochronological data indicate concentrated magmatic activity during the period Ma. This late-orogenic magmatism is essentially granitic with only minor associated basic rocks «2% in outcrop).

      A suite of silicic volcanic rocks is associated with the Roosevelt Hot Springs geothermal area in southwestern Utah. The volcanic sequence includes Tertiary rhyolite 8 m.y. old and obsidian, ash.   a batholith is formed just like an igneous rock. it is formed when large amount of magma from the magma chamber finds its way to the earths surface, pushing the surrounding rocks and solidifies on getting to the earths surface.

        Buy Formation of the Sierra Nevada Batholith: Magmatic and Tectonic Processes and Their Tempos (Field Guide / Geological Society of America) on Format: Paperback.   Batholiths are usually composed of coarse-grained rocks (e.g., granite or quartz diorite) and often have an irregular shape, with side walls that incline steeply. They may have a surface exposure of 40 sq mi ( sq km) or more and may be 6–9 mi (10–15 km) thick. A well-known batholith is located in the Sierra Nevada range of California.


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The Cloudy Pass Epizonal Batholith and Associated Subvolcanic RocksManufacturer: Geological Society of America. The Cloudy Pass batholith, one of several small epizonal Tertiary batholiths in the Northern Cascade Mountains, discordantly intrudes metamorphic rocks of pre-Late Cretaceous age.

The batholith is remarkable for its chilled borders, associated porphyry plugs, and intrusive breccias. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cater, Fred W. (Fred William), Cloudy Pass epizonal batholith and associated subvolcanic rocks. search input Search input auto suggest.

search filter. The Cloudy Pass epizonal batholith and associated subvolcanic rocks / Fred W. Cater. Author/Creator: Cater, Fred W. (Fred William), author. Publication: [Boulder, Colorado]: Geological Society of America, Series: Special papers (Geological Society of America); volume GSA special papers ; volume Format/Description.

Composition of the Cloudy Pass batholith and associated rocks [Samples, sawed from hand specimens; homogeneous and fresh, except as noted, but not collected specifically for chemical analysis and (or) statistical studies of composition.

Locations of samples are shown on plate 1, except for sample FIGURE —variation diagram of the Cloudy Pass batholith and associated rocks (dots). Circles are from Cloudy Pass rocks in the Holden quadrangle (Cater,table 1; Cater's unusual No. 6 has been omitted).

Triangles are alaskite dikes and pods presumably of metamorphic origin and unrelated to the batholith (based on Crowder,table. Batholith, large body of igneous rock formed beneath the Earth’s surface by the intrusion and solidification of is commonly composed of coarse-grained rocks (e.g., granite or granodiorite) with a surface exposure of square km (40 square miles) or larger.A batholith has an irregular shape with side walls that incline steeply against the host rock.

Click on the book chapter title to read more. Igneous rock - Igneous rock - Classification of volcanic and hypabyssal rocks: Owing to the aphanitic texture of volcanic and hypabyssal rocks, their modes cannot be readily determined; consequently, a chemical classification is widely accepted and employed by most petrologists.

One popular scheme is based on the use of both chemical components and normative mineralogy. MS Book and Mineral Company Geology and Mining History of Washington II - State and Miscellaneous Publications: Home Page: Sale: Cater, F.

/ THE CLOUDY PASS EPIZONAL BATHOLITH AND ASSOCIATED SUBVOLCANIC ROCKS, GSA SPBoulder,pb, 54 pages, 9 plates, 4 figs., 2 tables, - 3 - $ –the last posting, (March 21) had a photo of granite of the Cretaceous Sierra Nevada Batholith intruding Cambrian sedimentary (now metamorphosed) rocks.

These photos show more Cambrian rock. The Cambrian Period ( million years ago) is the bottom of the Phanerozoic Eon –and one reason Cambrian rocks are significant, is that they are. Abstract. Analyses of the latest Jurassic Santiago Peak volcanic rocks from the western zone of the Peninsular Ranges batholith reveal the existence of two independent groups; one comprising basalts and andesites of the island arc tholeiitic series, and the second made up of the dacites and rhyolites of the subalkaline (calc-alkaline?) series or silicic by: 5.

Batholith. Batholiths are large bodies of intrusive igneous when magma cools and crystallizes beneath Earth's surface, batholiths are the largest type of definition, a batholith must cover at least 39 mi 2 ( km 2), although most are even batholiths cover hundreds to thousands of square miles.

Start studying Science 8 Batholith. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Batholith.

A large mass of rock formed by magmatic processes that has more than km 2 Sedimentary rocks Seismic swarm Seismic tomography Seismicity Shield volcano Silica Silicic Sinter Spatter cone Stratigraphy (Stratigraphic) Stratovolcano Subaerial Subduction Submarine volcano.

Start studying Chapter 4 Igneous Rocks & Plutons- Geology. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Geochemical data presented in this report pertain to Cretaceous igneous intrusions of the Boulder batholith and its satellitic plutons in southwest Montana.

The geographic area addressed in this compilation is approximately bounded by lats deg and deg N. and longs deg and deg W. These data were compiled in order to establish the geologic framework for world-class mineral.

An area of some square miles between Hope, B.C. and the 49th parallel, covering part of the northern Cascades and southern Coast Mountains, was investigated with the purpose of determining the origin and history of the plutonic rocks.

Five separate plutonic complexes, which range in age from Late Cretaceous to Miocene, underlie the area. The oldest complex investigated, the Late Cretaceous. The Cornubian batholith is a large mass of granite rock, formed about million years ago, which lies beneath much of the south-western peninsula of Great main exposed masses of granite are seen at Dartmoor, Bodmin Moor, St Austell, Carnmenellis, Land's End and the Isles of intrusion is associated with significant quantities of minerals particularly cassiterite, an ore.

A batholith is a very large mass of intrusive igneous rock that forms and cools deep in the Earth's crust. An igneous rock is a type of rock formed through the cooling of lava or magma.Tectonophysics, () Eisevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Genesis of a Variscan batholith: Field, petrological and mineralogical evidence from the Corsica-Sardinia batholith Philippe Rossi and Alain Cocherie Groupement Scientifique BRGM-CNRS, la, rue de la Follerie, Orleans Cedex 2, France (Received Septem ; revised version accepted Septem Cited by: Geochemical data presented in this report pertain to Cretaceous igneous intrusions of the Boulder batholith and its satellitic plutons in southwest Montana.

The geographic area addressed in this compilation is approximately bounded by lats ° and ° N. and longs ° and ° W.