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Tectonic studies of the Sierra Nevada: structure and stratigraphy of miogeoclinal rocks in Snow Lake pendant, Yosemite-Emigrant wilderness; and TIMS analysis of the northern Sierra terrane
AuthorLahren, Mary M.
AdvisorSchweickert, Richard A.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The stratigraphy, structure and tectonic significance of the Snow Lake pendant, located in part of the Sierra Nevada, have been investigated. Additionally, research has indicated that thermal infrared multispectral scanner data is very useful as a reconnaissance mapping tool.
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