1 edition of Geology of the Baja California peninsula found in the catalog.
Geology of the Baja California peninsula
by Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists in Los Angeles, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||editor, Virgil A. Frizzell, Jr.|
|Contributions||Frizzell, Virgil., Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists. Pacific Section.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||273 p. :|
|Number of Pages||273|
California is also home to several volcanoes, including Lassen Peak, which erupted in and , and Mount Shasta. Tectonics. California, when only partially explored by the Spanish, was once thought to be an island, as when the southern Baja California Peninsula is approached from the Gulf of California the land. Print book: State or province government publication: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Geology -- Mexico -- Baja California (Peninsula) -- Bibliography. Geology. Mexico -- Baja California (Peninsula) More like this: Similar Items.
There is a discussion in the geology introduction of the 5 major geomorphic provinces (landforms based on the geology), of the tilted fault blocks that form the backbone of the peninsula, and of the erosion surfaces that seem to be nearly everywhere, a bit of plate tectonics and a general geologic history of how Baja came to be. Geology. The peninsula of Baja California is located in the northwestern part of Mexico; it covers an area of 71, km 2. This peninsula extends to almost 1, km from north to south and is a land of steep mountain ranges and coastal valleys. Mexicali is a city just south of the US border, and the capital city of Baja California.
In this issue of PNAS, Riddle et al. present a thought-provoking synthesis of these disciplines through a study of mitochondrial genes across major vertebrate groups in one of the most geologically dynamic areas on Earth—the Baja California peninsula. Baja California is the second longest and most geographically isolated peninsula in the world. Prebatholithic stratigraphy of the San Felipe area, Baja California Norte, Mexico / Paul V. Anderson --Allochthonous Ordovician strata of Rancho San Marcos, Baja California Norte, Mexico / Carl J. Lothringer --Middle paleozoic strata of the Sierra Las Pintas, Northeastern Baja California Norte, Mexico / Paula Leier-Engelhardt --Geology of the.
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Baja California is positioned over the well-known San Andreas fault, a rift known for its restlessness responsible for recurrent earthquakes and geologic transformations.
Geologists conjecture that the Baja California peninsula was formed million years ago as the fault shifted northward. As such, the peninsula split from mainland Mexico.
This book is written for the enjoyment of the average person who has an interest in the natural surroundings and almost unique geology and biology of the Baja California Peninsula.
It will provide for your enjoyment of the Roadside Geology & Biology of Baja California as you travel the Peninsular Highway/5(5).
The second edition of Roadside Geology and Biology of Baja California, Mexico is an essential book for Baja peninsula explorers.
The handy 6X9” size with kilometer by kilometer road logs explains the geology and biology based on the lifelong knowledge and work by Dr. John Minch/5(6). This page was generously contributed by John Minch, Edwin Minch and Jason Minch in response to a query of mine.
They have provided a brief summary of the geology of Baja California. The three contributors are authors of a recent book "Roadside Geology and Biology of Baja California." (See the Books Page for information on this book). His book teaches general concepts in coastal geomorphology and tectonics, as well as the basic geological and natural history of the Gulf of California, in a conversive, intellectually stimulating fashion.
Johnson's guide takes the form of six day-long hikes in the area of Punta Chivato on the east coast of the southern Baja California peninsula. His book teaches general concepts in coastal geomorphology and tectonics, as well as the basic geological and natural history of the Gulf of California, in a conversive, intellectually stimulating fashion.
Johnson's guide takes the form of six day-long hikes in the area of Punta Chivato on the east coast of the southern Baja California s: 3. This book will provide for your enjoyment and keep you entertained as you travel along Baja’s highways.
It is written for the person who has an interest in the natural surroundings and unique geology and biology of the Baja California Peninsula and will introduce you to this magnificent place in a way that you can understand with little or no formal training in geology or biology.
Three geological terranes are present in the Baja California Peninsula: Vizcaíno (Cochimi), Alisitos-Guerrero (Yuma), and Caborca (Seri) (Campa and Coney,Sedlock et al., ). the Colorado Delta is an important geologic subdomain for geothermal exploration that shows evidence of the results of two important processes, the thick.
A new look at geologic evidence shows that the Gulf of California, the sea that separates the Baja California peninsula from mainland Mexico, formed in as little as 6.
Roadside Geology & Biology of Baja California, Mexico By John Minch and Jason Minch. The new second edition of this Baja classic is a full-color book that will guide you kilometer-by-kilometer through the geology and biology of Baja’s Transpeninsular Highway. Journal of Structural Geology, Vol.
3, No. 4, pp. to/81/ $/0 Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press Ltd. Fault tectonics of the Baja California Peninsula and the opening of the Sea of Cortez, Mexico J. ANGELIER*, B. COLLETTAt, J. CHOROWICZ*, L.
ORTLIEB'~ and C. RANGIN* * Department of Geotectonics, Universite Pierre et. Baja California Peninsula and western Mexico probably consist of these ancient relocated land masses. And the Baja California Peninsula itself, a continental block, or terrane, originating in central west Mexico, is destined to “reaccrete” to the North American continent sometime in the future.
Geology of the Baja California Peninsula by Virgil A. Frizzell (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
The digit and digit formats both work. Baja California: wild, desolate, and a treasure-house of geological wonders. Along its ancient shorelines, careful observers can learn much about how the Gulf of California came into existence and what the future of the Baja California peninsula might be/5(5).
Geological history of the Baja California Peninsula, Mexico and the fascinating world of its endemic plants. Article (PDF Available) July with 3, Reads How we measure 'reads'. Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Geology of the Baja California peninsula.
Los Angeles, Calif.: Pacific Section, Society of Economic Paleontologists and Mineralogists, © Baja California and mainland Mexico. The Baja California Peninsula and the Gulf of California The peninsula of Baja California is located in the northwestern part of Mexico; itcovers an area of 71, km2.
This peninsula extends to almost 1, km from north to south andis a land of steep mountain ranges and coastal valleys. The Baja California Sur peninsula is a region of mountains and coastal plains covering an area of approximat sq mi.
It is surrounded on three sides by the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, also known as the Gulf of California, and has the longest littoral of any state in Mexico, with 1, miles of coastline including the attractive bays of Sebastián Vizcaíno, San Juanico.
A regional gravity survey of the state of Baja California shows the peninsula to be generally in isostatic adjustment.
The Bouguer anomaly map reveals a gravity high that extends down the west coast from the Agua Blanca fault to at least lat 28° N. This striking and useful book makes a great gift for both Baja experts and novices. Information: Softcover, ” X 9”, pp., DBTC member price $ Roadside Geology & Biology of Baja California.
By Jason & John Minch. Why We Love It: Completely updated, the 2nd edition of the Roadside Geology and Biology of Baja California is a full. Department of Geology, University of South Florida, Tampa, FloridaUSA, and Department of Geology, Faculty of Biology and Geology, Babes-Bolyai University, M.
Kogalniceanu Str. 1, RO, Cluj Napoca, Romania.Richard L. Sedlock, "Geology and tectonics of the Baja California Peninsula and adjacent areas", Tectonic evolution of northwestern Mexico and the Southwestern USA, Scott E.
Johnson, Scott R. Paterson, John M. Fletcher, Gary H. Girty, David L. Kimbrough, Arturo Martín-Barajas.Introduction This page describes some of the natural aspects of the Baja California peninsula.
One of us (MD) has been traveling through Baja California since or so - before the entire peninsula was connected by a paved road. Together we traveled the length of the Baja California peninsula inthen again several times.