This report summarizes 1,307 semiquantitative chemical analyses of rocks collected to aid int he evaluation of the mineral resources of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, Oreg. Chemical analyses and sample location maps are presented by Grimes, Leinz, and Speckman (1981). The area is located in the Kilamath Mountains geoporphic province of southwestern Oregon, and the area's location and boundaries are shown on the accompanying map.
The geology of the study area is described by Page and others (1981), Gray (1980), and Ramp (1975). The rocks of the area cosist of dismembered ophiolite, island-arc, and sedimentary rock sequesnces that lie within the Western Jurassic belt of the Klamath Mountains. All units normally found within these assemblages are present; however, thrusting ans subsequent normal faulting have disrupted the geometric relations, producing a complexly faulted series of imbricate thrust slices.
|Title||Map showing geochemical characteristics of rock samples from the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, southwestern Oregon|
|Authors||Carl A. Carlson, Norman J. Page, David J. Grimes, Reinhard W. Leinz|
|Publication Subtype||USGS Numbered Series|
|Series Title||Miscellaneous Field Studies Map|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|