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Volcanism and tectonism in the Columbia River flood-basalt province

Volcanism and tectonism in the Columbia River flood-basalt province

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

    Places:
  • Northwest, Pacific.
    • Subjects:
    • Flood basalts -- Northwest, Pacific.,
    • Volcanism -- Northwest, Pacific.,
    • Geology, Structural -- Northwest, Pacific.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Stephen P. Reidel and Peter R. Hooper.
      SeriesSpecial paper / Geological Society of America ;, 239, Special papers (Geological Society of America) ;, 239.
      ContributionsReidel, Stephen P., Hooper, Peter R., 1931-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE462.B3 V65 1989
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 386 p. :
      Number of Pages386
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2203780M
      ISBN 10081372239X
      LC Control Number89025604

      The Columbia River Basalt Province: Geological Society of America Special Paper , doi: /(07). Introduction. The well-preserved Columbia River Flood Basalt Province (CRFBP) is often cited as a model for the study of other continental flood . The Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) is the youngest, smallest and one of the best-preserved continental flood basalt province on Earth, covering over , km 2 of mainly eastern Oregon and Washington, western Idaho, and part of northern Nevada.. The thick, layered lava flows of the CRBG erupted as flood basalts, which originate as some of the most highly .

      Book: Larger Work Title: Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province, Geological Society of America Special Paper First page: Last page: Country: United States: State: Oregon, Washington: Google Analytic Metrics: Metrics pageCited by: The best exposed flood basalt fissure ven t system is that of the Roza Lava in the Columbia River Flood Basalt Province, Washington, US. I am conducting detailed field investigations on the Roza Lava, mapping and documenting its proximal deposits along a km-long crack in the ground that tore through NE Oregon and SE Washington 15 million.

      The interplay between Large Igneous Province (LIP) volcanism and fluvial environments is not yet well understood, for which the Miocene Columbia River Basalt Province (CRBP) in Washington and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province (Eds S.P. Reidel and P.R. Hooper), GSA Special Paper, , LIPs occur on continental crust (flood basalt provinces) and in ocean basins (oceanic plateaus), and at the transition between continents and oceans (“volcanic-”divergent margins) (Figure ).In detail, some basaltic LIPs, which are dominated by vast piles of basalt lava flows (Figure ), have silicic igneous rocks among their sequences, and vice versa for silicic by: 2.


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Volcanism and tectonism in the Columbia River flood-basalt province Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stephen P. Reidel, Karl R. Fecht, Michael C. Hagood, Terry L. Tolan, "The geologic evolution of the central Columbia Plateau", Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province, Stephen P. Reidel, Peter R.

Hooper. Buy Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province (Geological Society of America Special Paper) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province (Geological Society of America Special Paper): Reidel, Stephen P., Hooper, Peter R.: Cited by: Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province Author(s) Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province.

Author(s): Stephen P. Reidel, Miocene basalts of the Blue Mountains Province in Oregon; Part 2, Sr isotopic ratios and trace element features of little-known Miocene basalts of central and.

Revisions to the estimates of the areal extent and volume of the Columbia River Basalt Group / Terry L. Tolan [and others] --The Grande Ronde Basalt, Columbia River Basalt Group; stratigraphic descriptions and correlations in Washington, Oregon, and Idaho / Stephen P.

Reidel [and others] --Detailed stratigraphy of the N₂ Grande Ronde Basalt. Columbia River Basalts: Features of a Typical Flow. Features of a Typical Flow Typical joint features in the Roza Member of the Columbia River Flood Basalt based on the exposure at Banks Lake, Washington. From Self and others ().

Perhaps the most characteristic feature of the Columbia River Flood Basalt Province is the similarity of individual lava flows. The Columbia River Flood Basalt Province forms a plateau ofsquare kilometers between the Cascade Range and the Rocky Mountains.

In all, more than individual large (average volume cubic km!) lava flows cover parts of the states of Idaho, Washington, and Oregon. Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province (Geological Society of America Special Paper) by Stephen P.

Reidel,Geological Society of America edition, in EnglishPages:   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province (Geological Society of America Special Paper) by Stephen P.

Reidel; 2 editions; First published in Book Review: Volcanism and tectonism in the Columbia river flood-basalt Province. Reidel, S. and Hooper, P.

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The Columbia River Basalt Group is the youngest, smallest and one of the best-preserved continental flood basalt province on Earth, covering overkm 2 (81, sq mi) mainly eastern Oregon and Washington, western Idaho, and part of northern Nevada. The basalt group includes the Steen and Picture Gorge basalt formations.

Volcanism and tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province. DRAINAGE EVOLUTION AND FRESHWATER FISH ZOOGEOGRAPHY IN COASTAL OREGON AND WASHINGTON It is believed that the NW-SE orientation is largely a result of compressional tectonism (mountain building processes) and the NE-SW orientation is largely a result of subsequent tensional.

THE COLUMBIA RIVER BASALT GROUP In the previous Geological Society of America Special Paper on Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Basalt Province (Reidel and Hooper, ), the Columbia River Basalt Group was considered to consist of lavas from the Imnaha Basalt and the Grande Ronde Basalt, Wanapum Basalt,File Size: 1MB.

Hooper,(P.R.(and(Conrey,(R.(M.,(,(A(model(for(the(tectonic(setting(of(the(Columbia(River(Basalt(eruptions.(In(Reidel,(S.P.(and(Hooper,(P.R.((eds)(Volcanism(and. / The development of fluvial environments within volcanic terrains: the Miocene Columbia River Basalt Province (Washington State, USA) as a case study.

Abstract from 10th International Conference on Fluvial Sedimentology, Leeds, United : Alena Ebinghaus, Adrian John Hartley, David William Jolley, John Millett, Malcolm John Hole.

Flood basalt episodes have been attributed to mantle plume activity, and thus may represent one facet of a host of related global geological factors (eg, changes in sea-floor spreading rates, rifting events, increased tectonism and volcanism, sea-level variations) that tend to be correlated, and may be associated with unusual climatic and.

A flood basalt is the result of a giant volcanic eruption or series of eruptions that covers large stretches of land or the ocean floor with basalt basalt provinces such as the Deccan Traps of India are often called traps, after the Swedish word trappa (meaning "stairs"), due to the characteristic stairstep geomorphology of many associated landscapes.

The Columbia River flood basalt province covers an area greater thankm2 in the Pacific Northwest. The province is subdivided into the Oregon. Abstract. Flood basalt volcanism, while dominantly effusive, includes explosive volcanism, with provinces such as the Siberian Traps containing substantial pyroclastic deposits (e.g., Black et al.

).Explosive volcanism in flood basalt provinces includes processes of purely magmatic volatile-driven fragmentation, such as Hawaiian-style eruptions with fire Author: Hetu Sheth. The Columbia River Flood-Basalt Province: stratigraphy, areal extent, volume, and physical volcanology August Special Paper of the Geological Society of .Major flood basalt provinces covered in this book include the British Palaeogene, Central Atlantic Magmatic Province, Columbia River, Deccan, East Greenland, Emeishan, Ethiopian, Ferrar-Karoo-Tasmania, Iceland, Indo-Madagascar, Paraná, Siberian, West Greenland, and others.

Price EH, Watkinson AJ () Structural geometry and strain distribution within eastern Umtanum fold ridge, south-central Washington, in Reidel SP, Hooper PR (eds) Volcanism and Tectonism in the Columbia River Flood-Basalt by: 1.