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The stratigraphy, petrology, and paleomagnetics of the Moss Flat area, Lake County, Oregon
AuthorOliveira, Jose A. L.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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The stratigraphy, petrology, and paleomagnetics of the Moss Flat area of Lake County, Oregon, have been studied. The area consists of a Miocene ash-flow tuff sequence which has been correlated to the Upper Cedarville Series of northeastern California. A rhombic pattern of steeply dipping fractures characterizes the region.
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