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land forms of Surprise valley, northwestern Great Basin

Richard Joel Russell

land forms of Surprise valley, northwestern Great Basin

by Richard Joel Russell

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Published by University of California press in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English

    Places:
  • California,
  • Surprise Valley.
    • Subjects:
    • Physical geography -- California -- Surprise Valley.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Richard Joel Russell ...
      SeriesUniversity of California, Berkeley. University of California publications in geography,, v. 2, no. 11, University of California publications in geography ;, v. 2, no. 11.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsG58 .C3 vol. 2, no. 11
      The Physical Object
      Paginationcover-title, p. [323]-358.
      Number of Pages358
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL178935M
      LC Control Numbera 27000552
      OCLC/WorldCa493570

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Get this from a library. The land forms of Surprise valley, northwestern Great Basin. [Richard Joel Russell]. The Warner Mountains and Surprise Valley mark the transition from the extended Basin and Range province to the unextended Modoc Plateau.

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Ranging in elevation from 5, - 13, feet, you will find deserts, playas, mountains, rock formations, fossils, springs, caves, creeks, and even a lone glacier. Great Basin landforms — including mountain ranges, valleys, rivers, watersheds, and structural basins in this region of the Western United States The main section for this category is in the article Great Basin, in the section titled Geography.

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The first of John McPhee’s works in his series on geology and geologists, Basin and Range is a book of journeys through ancient terrains, always in juxtaposition with travels in the modern world—a history of vanished landscapes, enhanced by the histories of people who bring them to title refers to the physiographic province of the United States that reaches from/5.

A Surprising Discovery of American Pika Sites in the Northwestern Great Basin Article (PDF Available) in Western North American Naturalist 77(2) July with Reads. The Northwestern Great Basin ecoregion is one of the most intact ecosystems in the west as well as a biological hotspot. However, altered fire regimes, invasive species, water scarcity, development and climate change threaten the integrity of this landscape.

Several efforts are ongoing for individual species, specific threats or sub-geographies, and over 60 existing plans and. Northwestern Basin and Range Section This area is characterized by north–south trending mountain ranges and volcanic plateaus interspersed with broad, nearly level basins and valleys.

The elevational range is – m (– ft). Large alluvial fans have developed at the mouths of. The Northwestern Basin and Range Section lies within the Intermountain Semi-Desert Province and covers portions of northern Nevada, south-central Oregon, southeastern Idaho, and northern Utah.

In Idaho, the section is represented by 2 distinct segments, which co km², or % of the land area in the state (Fig.Fig. ).File Size: 1MB. The northwestern margin of the Basin-and-Range Province, part 1: Reflection profiling of the moderate-angle (~30°) Surprise Valley Fault Article in Tectonophysics () June Modoc County is a county in the far northeast corner of the U.S.

state of of the census, the population was 9, making it the third-least populous county in California. The county seat and only incorporated city is Alturas. Previous county seats include Lake City and Centerville; the latter is now a ghost county borders Nevada and : Shasta Cascade.

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et al. Lugaski. The tectonically active eastern and western boundaries of the northern Basin-and-Range Province are well studied, yet comparatively little is known about the more diffuse northern margin of the province ().In northwest Nevada this region marks the transition from Basin-and-Range extension to the relatively unextended high volcanic plateaus in Nevada and northeastern California and southern Cited by: Northwestern Basin and Range Landscape Conservation Project Identifying Shared Landscape Priorities _____ Project Overview The Northwestern Great Basin ecoregion is one of the most intact ecosystems in the west.

It is also a biological hotspot for migratory birds, greater sage-grouse and a stronghold for pronghorn antelope. However. Plagopterin minnows of Meadow Valley Wash and the Sevier River drainages split m.y. ago. These episodes of connec-tion and isolation sometimes coincide with known climatic shifts.

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It is based on morphogenetic affinities of landforms and on their pliysical scales relative to individual soils. The land- File Size: 3MB.The Basin and Range Province is a large region of extensional tectonics in the intermountain region of western North America. The province is characterized by numerous north-trending ranges and internally drained basins formed primarily by normal faulting in the Neogene and Quaternary (e.g., Stewart,; Wallace,).A total of ∼ km of extension across the –km Cited by: 5.While this is relatively minor, the Warner Range and Surprise Valley fault appears to have persisted as the westernmost boundary of Basin and Range extension since its initiation in the mid- to late Miocene.

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