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Current directions in the Diamond Peak Formation, an Upper Mississippian-Lower Pennsylvanian clastic wedge, east-central Nevada
AuthorBlomquist, John T.
AdvisorLarson, E. R.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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In east-central Nevada the Diamond Peak Formation is best described as a clastic wedge, lying to the east of and paralleling the north-northeast/south-southwest tectonic strike of the Antler orogenic belt.
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