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Geologic and paleomagnetic studies at the Stonewall Mountain and Black Mountain volcanic centers, southern Nevada
AuthorWeiss, Steven Isaac
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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5 X 10 years. The interval between eruptions of these two ash-flow sheets is thus inferred to have been less than this, and perhaps less than 100 years, precluding a significant amount of magmatic differentiation during the repose interval.
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Subjectsubalkaline rhyolitic tuffs
Civet Cat Canyon Member
Stonewall Flat Tuff
outflow sheet tuffs
near-vent facies trachytic tuffs
Stonewall Mountain volcanic center
pre-crystallization tilt-block terrane
Black Mountain volcanic center
Thirsty Canyon Tuff
reverse polarity thermoremanent magnetization
geomagnetic field polarity transition
anomalous geomagnetic field orientation
polarity transition interval duration
peralkaline rhyolitic tuffs
Mackay Science Project