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Lewis thrust fault and related structures in the disturbed belt, northwestern Montana

Melville Rhodes Mudge

Lewis thrust fault and related structures in the disturbed belt, northwestern Montana

by Melville Rhodes Mudge

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
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    Places:
  • Montana.
    • Subjects:
    • Thurst faults (Geology) -- Montana,
    • Geology -- Montana

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 17-18.

      Statementby Melville R. Mudge and Robert L. Earhart.
      SeriesGeological Survey professional paper ; 1174, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 1174.
      ContributionsEarhart, Robert L., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE606.5.U6 M82
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 18 p. :
      Number of Pages18
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4239663M
      LC Control Number80607023

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Lewis thrust fault and related structures in the disturbed belt, northwestern Montana by Melville Rhodes Mudge Download PDF EPUB FB2

THE LEWIS THRUST FAULT AND RELATED STRUCTURES IN THE DISTURBED BELT, NORTHWESTERN MONTANA By MELVILLE R. MUDGE and ROBERT L. EARHART ABSTRACT The classical Lewis thrust fault in Glacier National Park has now been mapped km south of the park to Steamboat Mountain, where the trace dies out in folded middle Paleozoic by: The Lewis Thrust Fault and Related Structures in the Disturbed Belt, Northwestern Montana [Mudge, M R.

Earhart, R L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Lewis Thrust Fault and Related Structures in the Disturbed Belt, Northwestern MontanaAuthor: R L.

Mudge, M R. Earhart. Lewis thrust fault and related structures in the disturbed belt, northwestern Montana (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Melville R Mudge; Robert L Earhart; Geological Survey (U.S.).

Lewis thrust fault and related structures in the disturbed belt, northwestern Montana (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Melville R Mudge; Robert L Earhart; Geological.

An early study of the Structural Geology of the Sun River Canyon and Adjacent Areas, Northwestern Montana was published by Mudge (), U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper B (Acrobat (PDF) MB May16 18), and Mudge and Earhart () The Lewis Thrust Fault and Related Structures in the Disturbed Belt, Northwestern Montana (Acrobat.

The Lewis thrust fault zone at Marias Pass, northwest Montana, is an example of a fault zone in which hanging-wall dolomite and footwall shale deformed at relatively shallow levels (~7 km). Part of the Frontiers in Earth Sciences book series (FRONTIERS) The Lewis Thrust Fault and Related Structures in the Disturbed Belt, Northwestern Montana.

Geological Survey Prof. PqperU.S. Dep. Of the Int, U.S. Gov. Printing Office. Google by: 8. The Kishenehn basin of northwestern Montana and southeastern British Columbia is a narrow, asymmetrical graben located immediately west of the Lewis thrust : Kurt Constenius.

The Lewis thrust fault and related structures in the Disturbed Belt, northwestern Montana. US Geological Survey Professional PaperGeometric evidence for synchronous thrusting in the southern Alberta and northwest Montana thrust belts.

In: McClay K.R. (eds) Thrust Tectonics. Springer, by: M.R. Mudge, R.L. EarhartThe Lewis Thrust Fault and Related Structures in the Disturbed Belt, Northwestern Montana U. Geological Survey Professional Paper (), p. In fact, it is the trace of this thrust fault, which I have named the Lykaion thrust, that is the archaeological boundary between the upper and lower levels of the sanctuary.

This thrust was identified as one among many within a regional system of thrust faults discovered during themapping carried out by Lalechos () and. T1 - Regional structure and kinematic history of the Cordilleran fold-thrust belt in northwestern Montana, USA.

AU - Fuentes, Facundo. AU - DeCelles, Peter G. AU - Constenius, Kurt N. PY - /12/6. Y1 - Cited by: The Lewis Thrust Fault and Related Structures in the Disturbed Belt, Northwestern ical Survey Professional Paper - Mudge, Earhart.

The Rocky Mountain fold-and-thrust belt of northwestern Montana consists primarily of northwest-trending, southwest-dipping thrust faults and associated folds that span a × 40 km region (Mudge, b). The thrust belt is divided into three physiographic and geologic regions: the Foothills to the east, the Front Ranges in the center, and.

During the s and s, the frontal part of the northwestern Montana thrust belt was mapped by M.R. Mudge and collaborators (see Mudge et al., ; Mudge and Earhart, ) under the auspices of the U.S.

Geological Survey (USGS), resulting in a set ofquadrangle maps and large-scale uently, 1° × 2° quadrangle maps of the northernmost part of this segment of Cited by: PP / THE LEWIS THRUST FAULT AND RELATED STRUCTURES IN THE DISTURBED BELT, NORTHWESTERN MONTANA,pb, 18 pages, 14 figs., 1 table, $ 10 PP / Johnson, A.

/ GRINNELL AND SPERRY GLACIERS, GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, MONTANA - A RECORD OF VANISHING ICE,pb, 29 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), 18 figs., 19 tables, $ The C Book — Table of Contents This is a PDF version of a page on the GBdirect web site.

The original page may be found at The fault is al«o indicated by marked irregularity in the strike and dip of the sandstones. marxeu The Rowe fault occurs at the western margin of the disturbed belt in RUi™'"'*^r"' ^l-'^'^l "'''[' ***".«^^"^ Kootenav and basal beds of thS Blairmore formation have been thrust eastward and superposed upon sandstones of the Belly River formation.

Click on the book chapter title to read more. masses of thrust imbricates, or other thrust-fault related traps in mainly clastic, carbonate, and chert reservoirs of Devonian to Pennsylvanian age.

The play is a northwardly facing, planoconvex, lens-shaped 3, sq mi area that forms a broad, elongated band extending for about mi east-west and from 12 mi. Montana/Alberta Thrust Belt and Adjacent Foreland (Road Logs, Presentation Abstracts & Foothills Analyses, Vol. 2) [Robert A. Schalla, Eric H.

Johnson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Montana/Alberta Thrust Belt and Adjacent Foreland (Road Logs, Presentation Abstracts & Foothills Analyses, Vol. 2)Format: Spiral-bound.Structural Geology of the Western Greece Fold and Thrust Belt.

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2 National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Panepistimioupoli,Athens, Size: 4MB.PALINSPASTIC RECONSTRUCTION AROUND A THRUST BELT RECESS: AN EXAMPLE FROM THE APPALACHIAN THRUST BELT IN NORTHWESTERN GEORGIA In a well-defined subrecess in the Appalachian thrust belt in northwestern Georgia, two distinct regional strike directions intersect at approximately 50°.

Fault.