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Geologic Atlas of California - Death Valley Sheet



Geologic Atlas of California - Death Valley Sheet


California Geological Survey, Geologic Atlas of California Map No. 004, 1:250,000 scale

Compilation by: Robert Streitz and Melvin C. Stinson

1974

DESCRIPTION OF MAP UNITS

Dune sand
Alluvium
Recent volcanic rocks
Qrvr-rhyolite
Qrva-andesite
Qrvb-basalt
Qrvp-pyroclastic rocks
Salt deposits
Lake deposits
Pleistocene volcanic rocks
Qpvr-rhyolite
Qpva-andesite
Qpvb-basalt
Qpvp-pyroclastic rocks
Pleistocene nonmarine
Plio-Pleistocene nonmarine
Quaternary and/or Pliocene cinder cones
Undivided Pliocene nonmarine
Pliocene volcanic rocks
Pvr-rhyolite
Pva-andesite
Pvb-basalt
Pvp-pyroclastic rocks
Oligocene nonmarine
Tertiary nonmarine
Tertiary granitic rocks
Tertiary intrusive (hypabyssal) rocks
Tir-rhyolite
Tia-andesite
Tib-basalt
Tertiary volcanic rocks
Tvr-rhyolite
Tva-andesite
Tvb-basalt
Tvp-pyroclastic rocks
Triassic marine
Mesozoic granitic rocks 
Mesozoic basic intrusive rocks
Jurassic-Triassic metavolcanic rocks
Pre-Cretaceous metamorphic rocks (ls=limestone)
Paleozoic marine (ls=limestone)
Pre-Cretaceous metavolcanic rocks
Permian marine
Pennsylvanian marine
Mississippian marine
Devonian marine
Silurian marine 
Ordovician marine
Cambrian marine
Cambrian - Precambrian marine
Undivided Precambrian metamorphic rocks
pCg=gneiss
pCs=schist
pCls=limestone and/or dolomite
Later Precambrian sedimentary and metamorphic rocks
Earlier Precambrian metamorphic rocks

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