First Congregational Church
Columbia River Basalt Tenino Sandstone
Edith Green-Wendell Wyatt Federal Building (statue)
Statuary constructed of columnar Columbia River Basalt
Rhyolites, CRBs & the Yellowstone Hot Spot — Research by Dr. Martin Streck
River Basalt (CRB) flows of the Miocene. His team has focused upon the rhyolite flows that occurred work that he and a number of his graduate students have done in advancing our knowledge of the Columbia graduate students have done in advancing our knowledge of the Columbia River Basalt (CRB) flows of Columbia River Basalts
River Basalt overlying older Yaquina Formation sediments.
River Basalt overlying older Yaquina Formation sediments. Elephant Rock at Seal Rock State Park just north of Waldport, Oregon. This represents Columbia
Friday Night Lecture, Dr. Martin Streck: East Oregon Rhyolites Provide New Clues to CRB Mysteries
basalts of the Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) (Pierce and Morgan, 2009). However, the decades-long eastern Oregon provides a critical clue to the origins of Columbia River Basalt magmatism. Our entire Yellowstone hotspot track and flood basalts of the Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG understanding of the Columbia River Basalt province and its likely connection to the Yellowstone hotspot has Dr. Martin Streck: New insights into our understanding of co-Columbia River Basalt rhyolite a critical clue to the origins of Columbia River Basalt magmatism. Join GSOC members at Pizzicato
Friday Night Lecture — Jason McClaughry: New Findings in the Middle Columbia Basin
anticline, which is underlain by a thick section of Columbia River Basalt. Jason McClaughry, Eastern Columbia River Basalt Group stratigraphy, discuss new geochemical data and geochronologic constraints on will summarize local Columbia River Basalt Group stratigraphy, discuss new geochemical data and
July Lecture: A Tail Between Two Cities: the Yellowstone Plume (Head and Tail) Between John Day and Burns, Oregon
between the John Day Formation, the Columbia River Basalts, and the Yellowstone plume. Emily Cahoon between the John Day Formation, the Columbia River Basalts, and the Yellowstone plume.
President's Field Trip: Tertiary Sedimentary Geology of the Oregon Cascades
, Columbia River Basalt Group, and Willamette Aquifer. Stops on trip: Silver Falls Mt Angel Scotts Mills - Markham member, Abiqua Member, and Crooked Finger Member Columbia River Basalts and
Traveling Oregon’s Geologic Highways and Byways with Dr. Marli Miller
Day volcanics, Western Cascades Columbia River Basalt Floods Early High Cascades, glaciation, younger basalts of Florence are made out of Columbia River Basalt Group (CRBG) basalts, which flowed through the been inundated repeatedly by sequences of Columbia River Basalt Group floods from 17-6 million years
President’s Field Trip: Lava Flows and Accreted Terranes
take a look at Tertiary terranes of the north coast and interactions of Columbia River Basalt flows with coastal sediments. and interactions of Columbia River Basalt flows with coastal sediments. We’ll be on the road from
May Lecture: Oregon's Slow Rotation Is Responsible for Earthquakes in NW Urban Corridor (Ray Wells, USGS)
°, whereas younger flows of the Columbia River Basalt (16-12 Ma) exposed in the Coast Range are rotated about
Holiday Party Wrap-up
River gravels, Saddle Mountain (Columbia River Basalt) and Simcoe Volcanic intracanyon flows within said area dating back to the early and middle Miocene. The 'geo-print' of ancestral Columbia and Snake
New Info on the Origin of Bimodal Volcanism on Oregon’s High Lava Plains
samples taken from other volcanic systems, including the YSRP, the Columbia River Basalt Group, the Columbia River Basalt, Cascade Range or YSRP basalts. Accordingly Grunder’s group surmised that there is
Johnson Creek Geology
from massive Columbia River Basalt flows from Eastern Washington and Oregon, or from local Boring Geologic history of the watershed can be read from the rocks in the creek. Grey basalts originate either brought Idaho quartzites, Columbia River basalts, Cascadian Andesites, and anything else in their path
From Bowlby to Zumwalt: Exploring the Geology of Oregon's Wallowas
. Columbia River Basalts (CRB) By the time the CRB started erupting the big mountains were gone, and , capping, and cutting through these ancient rocks are the Columbia River Basalts (CRB) from the Miocene granite. Of the geology between the Wallowa Batholith intrusion and the Columbia River Basalt floods
Eastern Columbia River Gorge Field Trip
emplacement of the Columbia River Basalt, more than 12 million years ago. In this same area, and
Speaker Mike Collins Provides Dramatic Visualizations of Hotspot Evolution
flows today as Steens Basalt and Columbia River Basalt, and it has been shown that they share the
Nick Zentner's "2-Minute Geology" of the Kittitas Valley
lavas collectively called the Columbia River Basalts. Nick pointed out that these younger lavas made
A Sharper Image of the Landslides of Skamania County
Columbia River Basalt and is prone to debris flows and rockfalls. But any discussion about landslides there is a large, heavy, rigid sequence of Columbia River Gorge Basalt rocks sitting atop layers of
Studying The Columbia River and Its Sediments
River Mudstone and Columbia River Basalt. Peterson’s group generated isopach maps of the river
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