Geologic Map of the Mormon Jack Pass Quadrangle, White Pine County, Nevada, NBMG FS17

A 1:24,000-scale, full-color Geologic Map of the Mormon Jack Pass 7.5' Quadrangle in White Pine County, Nevada, with one cross sections and description of 20 units. Detailed geologic mapping by Jeffrey Lee, Phillip B. Gans, and Elizabeth L. Miller. First edition printing in 1999. One of the seven quadrangles in the north Snake Range mapped by Stanford University's Summer Field program. The Mormon Jack Pass Quad is part of a Cenozoic metamorphic core complex containing the Northern Snalke Range decollement, a low-angle fault. Geologic mapping was supported by the Quadrangle Mapping Program of the Geologic Society of Nevada and Echo Bay Minerals Company, Magma Nevada Mining Company (now BHP), and the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Mining Cooperation Fund. Previous work includes Hose and Blake (1976), a 1:250,000 scale geologic map of White Pine County. Miller and others (1983) and Gans and Miller (1983), based at Stanford University, explained the Cenozoic core complex. Detailed geologic mapping of the Snake Range began in 1981 at scales of 1:12,000 and 1:24,000 (Rowles, 1982; Gans and Miller, 1983; Grier, 1983, 1989; Gans and others, 1985, 1989; Geving, 1987; Lee and others, 1987; Huggins, 1990; Lee, 1990, 1995; Lee and Sutter, 1991). The GIS work was in support of the U. S. Geological Survey COGEOMAP program. For more info about this map resource or to download the associated GIS zipped data-set, please see links provided.

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Additional Info

Field Value
Citation Date 1999-01-01T00:00:00

Harvest Information

Original ID 50ec3aefb656b70647f32e38bc375d7e
Index Date 2016-02-08T22:16:50Z
Original Format ISO-USGIN
Original Version 1.2

Authors

Name Jeff Lee
Position missing
Organization Central Washington University
Email jeff@geology.cwu.edu
Name Elizabeth Miller
Position missing
Organization Stanford University, Professor
Email elmiller@stanford.edu
Name Philip B. Gans
Position missing
Organization University of California Santa Barbara, Associate Professor
Email gans@geology.ucsb.edu

Geographic Extent

North Bound 39.375
South Bound 39.25
East Bound -114
West Bound -114.125