2 edition of Geology of the Ana River section, Summer Lake, Oregon found in the catalog.
Geology of the Ana River section, Summer Lake, Oregon
Clarence Frederick Conrad
Written in English
|Statement||by Clarence Frederick Conrad.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||92 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||92|
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Geology of the Ana River section, Summer Lake, OregonCited by: 1. The bottom sediments of Lake Chewaucan are exposed mainly in the bluffs of Ana River, the main source of Summer Lake water. The stratigraphic section there is about 54 feet thick and composed mainly of silt, with numerous seams of sand, oolites, occasional pebbles, and many layers of volcanic ash, especially near the by: The Ana River is a short spring-fed river in south-central is on the northwestern edge of the Great Basin drainage.
It flows 7 miles (11 km) from springs at the foot of Winter Ridge through high desert, range, and wetlands before emptying into Summer most of its course, the Ana River flows through the Summer Lake Wildlife Area, which is maintained by the Oregon Department of ⁃ coordinates: 42°59′51″N °45′30″W.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife maintains the Summer Lake Wildlife Area on the north side of the lake. The refuge consists of a large wetland marsh fed by the Ana River and associated high desert uplands with an mile ( km) tour route open to the public most of the : Lake.
The Ana River, just over miles southeast of Bend and a few miles northeast of the tiny hamlet of Summer Lake, is an oddity: a spring creek in the high desert.
But this particular part of Oregon’s corner of the Great Basin actually has a lot of water. Geology of pluvial Lake Chewaucan, Lake County, Oregon. [Ira S Allison; Oregon State University. The bottom sediments of Lake Chewaucan Oregon book exposed Summer Lake in the bluffs of Ana River, the main source of Summer Lake water.
The stratigraphic section there is about 54 feet thick and composed mainly of silt, with numerous seams of sand, oolites. When the first edition of Roadside Geology of Oregon was published init was revolutionary the first book in a series designed to educate, inspire, and wow nongeologists.
Back then, the implications of plate tectonic theory were only beginning to shape geologic research and discussion. Geologists hadn t yet learned that Oregon s Klamath and Blue Mountains were pieces of far-traveled Cited by: 1.
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