Portland State University. Department of Earth Sciences
Gilbert T. Benson
Date of Publication
Master of Science (M.S.) in Geology
Geology -- Oregon -- Coos County, Geology -- Oregon -- Curry County, Geology -- Klamath Mountains
1 online resource (95 p.)
The original purpose of this study was a detailed structural analysis of the Jurassic Otter Point Formation in order to determine if the Canyonville Fault Zone, which forms the northern boundary of the Klamath Mountains in the Riddle - Canyonville area (Benson and Perttu, 1980), extends westward to the coast and, if possible, to characterize the structure of the Otter Point Formation. Further, a detailed examination of the structural and stratigraphic relationships between the Otter Point Formation and the Eocene Roseburg and Lookingglass Formations was to be performed in an attempt to determine the tectonic history of the area.
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Gullixson, Carl Fredrick, "The structure, geologic evolution and regional significance of the Bethel Creek-North Fork area, Coos and Curry counties, Oregon" (1981). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 3151.