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Stratigraphy, structure, geophysics, and water chemistry of the Jersey Valley area, Pershing and Lander Counties, Nevada
AuthorNosker, Richard E.
AdvisorSlemmons, D. B.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The stratigraphy, structure, geophysics, and water chemistry of the Jersey Valley area have been studied. Photogeologic interpretation indicate faults forming grabens within Jersey Valley. Maximum subsurface temperature is 178 degrees Celsius for waters of Jersey hot spring. Gravity surveys indicate thinner alluvium in Jersey Valley than in Dixie Valley.
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