Pliocene and pleistocene foraminifera from Southern California.
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Published by Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

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SeriesBulletin / United States Geological Survey -- 513
ContributionsUnited States. Geological Survey.
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Open LibraryOL21620139M

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The region has been a type area for Pliocene and early Pleistocene terrestrial stages (see overview in Zagwijn, ), but most studied sections lack absolute dating and land–sea correlation, as they target fragmentary fluvial successions (Donders et al., ; Kemna and Westerhoff, ).   Foraminifera, Stratigraphy, and Paleoecology of the Quinault Formation, Point Grenville-Raft River Coastal Area, Washington Weldon W.   Pleistocene marine deposits are found primarily in shallow marine basins mostly (but with important exceptions) in areas within a few tens of kilometers of the modern shoreline. In a few geologically active areas such as the Southern California coast, Pleistocene marine deposits may be found at elevations of several hundred meters. See also   Ranges Geomorphic Province of southern California, between 32°30’ and 33° N. latitude and ° and ° W. longitude, and encompasses the greater San Diego area, the second largest metropolitan area of California (Fig. 1). The Peninsular Ranges of southern California form a northwest-trending geomorphic province

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