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Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado
D. L. Blackstone
|Statement||by D.L. Blackstone, Jr.|
|Series||Report of investigations / Wyoming State Geological Survey ;, no. 51, Report of investigations (Wyoming State Geological Survey) ;, no. 51.|
|LC Classifications||QE181 .A26 no. 51|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||96622512|
Geology and geophysics of syenites associated with Laramie anorthosite, Wyoming Rocky Mountain Geology The origin of extensive Neoarchean high-silica batholiths and the nature of intrusive complements to silicic ignimbrites: Insights from the Wyoming batholith, : Louis W. Cramer. The Laramie Formation is a geologic formation of Late Cretaceous (Maastrichtian) age, named by Clarence King in for exposures in northeastern Colorado, in the United States. It was deposited on a coastal plain and in coastal swamps that flanked the Western Interior Seaway. It contains coal, clay and uranium deposits, as well as plant and animal fossils, including dinosaur y: United States.
managed by the Rawlins Field Office, with funding provided by the BLM. Study Area The Laramie Mountains, in southeast Wyoming, extend north and then northwest from northeast Colorado near the Wyoming border approximately miles, ending in the vicinity of Douglas, Wyoming. The range is . The Laramie Mountains are part of a large basement‐involved Laramide uplift that includes the Front Range of Colorado and the Laramie Mountains of Wyoming. The central Laramie Mountains contain the boundary between the Archean Wyoming province to the north and the Colorado province, a series of Paleoproterozoic accreted terranes, to the south Cited by: 8.
Geologic map of southeastern Wyoming and a portion of northern Colorado showing the extent of the Sherman batholith. Inset shows location of study area along the SE margin of the Wyoming province (WY, west of the Superior province (SP). The box outlines the Pole Mountain area shown in detail in Fig. by: Denver Basin Geology. Cross Section (from the Colorado Geological Survey) Geologic Map. Type Log. The Denver Basin is an asymmetrical Laramide-age basin that covers more than , square km (70, square mi) in parts of Colorado, Wyoming, South Dakota, Kansas, and Nebraska. The bulk of the basin is in Colorado.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Book, Print in English Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado by D.L. Blackstone, Jr. Laramie, Wyo.: Wyoming Geology, Structural — Laramie Mountains (Wyo.
and Colo.) Laramie Mountains (Wyo. and Colo.). Bibliographic Reference: Blackstone, D.L., Jr.,Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado: Wyoming State.
The Colorado Proterozoic province is separated from Archean rocks of the Wyoming province by a major structural boundary, the Cheyenne belt. Proterozoic rocks south of the Cheyenne belt are exposed in the Sierra Madre, Medicine Bow Mountains, and Laramie Range of southern Wyoming. Laramie is a pleasant western community of approximat situated on the Laramie Plains between the Laramie Mountains and the Medicine Bow Range.
Primarily a university town and ranching center, the town was founded in as the Union Pacific pushed its rails across the continent. Laramie Mountains, range of the central Rocky Mountains, in southeastern Wyoming, U.S. A northern section of Colorado’s Front Range, it stretches north-northwestward for miles ( km) from the Wyoming-Colorado border, between Laramie and Cheyenne, to the North Platte River, around Casper.
The range (roughly 25–50 miles [40–80 km] wide) rises about 3, feet ( metres) from the Great. The Laramie Mountains are a range of moderately high peaks on the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains in the U.S states of Wyoming and Colorado.
The range is the northernmost extension of the line of the ranges along the eastern side of the Rockies, and in particular of the higher peaks of the Front Range directly to the south. The Casper Mountain arch connects the Laramie Range with the Casper Arch and the Granite Mountains (aka Sweetwater Arch).
The mountain is elevated by the south dipping Casper Mountain fault zone. The exposed basement rocks are part of the central Wyoming greenstone belt that extends from the South Pass area of the Wind River Range eastward across the Sweetwater subprovince.
The Laramie Mountains of south-eastern Wyoming contain two metamorphic domains that are separated by the Ga. Laramie Peak shear zone (LPSZ). South of the LPSZ lies the Palmer Canyon block, where apatite U-Pb ages are c. Ma and the rocks have undergone Proterozoic kyanite-grade Barrovian metamorphism.
In contrast, in the Laramie Peak block, north of the shear zone, the U-Pb. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Structural Geology of the Laramie Mountains, Southeastern Wyoming and Northeastern Colorado: Ri by D.
Blackstone (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Hague gave thickness in eastern foothills of Colorado as 1, feet, and defined Laramie as unconformably overlain by Pliocene or Quarternary and as grading into underlying Fox Hills sandstone.
His measured section was on Denver Pacific RR, 5 or 6 miles west of Carr Station and about 18 miles southeast of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado.
Laramie, Wyo.: Wyoming State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D L Blackstone.
Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado: Geological Survey of Wyoming, Report of Investigations no. 51, 28 p. + 3 sheets. Faulting in Steamboat Butte and Pilot Butte anticlines, west-central Wyoming: a review: Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming, v.
32, no. 2, p. – NORTH PLATTE RIVER: ONE DAMMED THING AFTER ANOTHER. Wow Factor (3 out of 5 stars): Jr.,Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado: Wyoming State Geological Survey Report of Investigati 28 p.
Follow D. Blackstone and explore their bibliography from 's D. Blackstone Author Page. landmark of southeastern Wyoming and westernmost Nebraska. The summit of the peak, 3, m (metres) (10, ft) above sea level, is about m (1, ft) higher than the next highest peaks in the Laramie Mountains.
The northeast-trending Laramie Peak study areaCited by: 3. Laramie shown on correlation chart as a unit of about same age as the Sherman Granite of WY and CO, and as the Silver Plume and St. Kevin Granites of CO. Shown as somewhat older than 1, m.
Occurs in the Laramie Mountains of southeast WY in the Southern Rocky Mountain region. Source: GNU records (USGS DDS-6; Denver GNULEX). Structural Signiﬁcance of L Tectonites in the Eastern-Central Laramie Mountains, Wyoming Walter A.
Sullivan Department of Geology and Geophysics, DepartmentEast University Avenue, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WyomingU.S.A.
(e-mail: [email protected]) ABSTRACTFile Size: 5MB. D.L. Blackstone Jr. is the author of Traveler's Guide to the Geology of Wyoming, 2nd ed. ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Struc 4/5(1). Laramie Mountains stop descriptions (Snyder Graff, and Hausel) Precambrian Rocks and Mineralization, Southern Wyoming Province Hartville Uplift to Copper Mountain Area, Wyoming, July 19–25,Volume The southeastern part of Wyoming contains a number of interesting geological features, including several mountain ranges that extend north from Colorado.
One particular part of the country is the Medicine Bow Range of both states whose high peaks in Wyoming are known as the Snowy Range.a| Structural geology of the Laramie Mountains, southeastern Wyoming and northeastern Colorado / c| by D.L.