Geology of the Precambrian rocks of the Llano Uplift, central Texas
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Geology of the Precambrian rocks of the Llano Uplift, central Texas field trip notes : field trip notes for 1983 Geological Society of America South-Central Section field trip--central mineral region crystalline rocks, Llano Uplift, Central Texas, March 5-6, 1983 by James R. Garrison

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Published by College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Texas,
  • Llano Uplift.

Subjects:

  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Precambrian.,
  • Geology -- Texas -- Llano Uplift.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. [53]-58.

StatementJames R. Garrison, Jr. and David Mohr, co-leaders.
ContributionsMohr, David., Geological Society of America. South-Central Section., Texas A & M University. College of Geosciences.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE653 .G37 1983
The Physical Object
Pagination58 p. :
Number of Pages58
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3251958M
LC Control Number83169496

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Northern Llano Uplift TAS Field Trip, Page | 3. Texas Academy of Science, , Field Trip: Geology of the Northern Llano Uplift, Junction to Llano, Texas. March 6, Stromatolitic bioherms at the picnic area where U.S. Highway crosses the San Saba River, Texas. Note the large mound structure that contains a number of smaller. Geology of the Precambrian Rocks of the Llano Uplift, Central Texas—Field Trip Notes, J. R. Garrison, Jr. and David Mohr. Includes road log and articles. Guidebook 5, 50 p., AGS , OUT OF PRINT. Hydrogeology of the Edwards Aquifer-Barton Springs Segment, Travis and Hays Counties. C. Precambrian and Paleozoic rocks in the Llano Uplift are deformed by what two types of geologic structure? fault and folding Paleozoic Sedimentary Rocks, North-Central Texas: In what two geologic periods were the strata deposited?   Central Texas, it turns out, is a great place to view Precambrian history. The oldest rocks in Texas can be found in the Llano Uplift, dating back billion years. For example, the ancient batholith Enchanted Rock was formed during the Precambrian Era. To put that into perspective, the Jurassic Period was 56 million years ago.

Precambrian rocks more than million years old underlie much of Central and West Texas. These complexly deformed volcanic, intrusive igneous, and metamorphic rocks occur at the surface in the Llano Uplift of Central Texas and in more isolated outcrops in the mountainous Trans-Pecos region.   〉 Rock formations of Central Texas we will stop at a local gypsum quarry, observe billion year old rocks under the Llano Bridge and tourist stop known as “The Slab”. Many of the road cuts are great for learning general Texas geology and collecting rock samples for educators and earth science enthusiast alike. Origin of the Precambrian Granites and Associated Metamorphic Rocks of the Llano Uplift, Texas: Field Trip No. 13 James R. Garrison, Volker W. Gobel, Robert M. Hutchinson - Geology - . Further south, the Central Texas Uplift of the Great Plains province contains gneiss and granite that formed between and 1 million years ago. The Franklin Mountains near El Paso, Texas, part of the Basin and Range province, also contain Precambrian-aged rock. Figure Geologic regions of the South Central.