5 edition of Geology of the Lake Superior Region found in the catalog.
Geology of the Lake Superior Region
Gene L. LaBerge
Includes bibliographical references (p. -304) and index.
|Statement||Gene L. LaBerge.|
|LC Classifications||QE78 .L3 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|LC Control Number||93080796|
Gene L. Laberge is the author of Geology Of The Lake Superior Region ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Travels with Sophie ( /5. Book Chapter 8: Geochronology of Keweenawan rocks of the Lake Superior region: A summary Author(s) W. R. Van Schmus W. R. Van Schmus Search for .
G. B. Morey, John C. Green, "3: Status of the Keweenawan as a stratigraphic unit in the Lake Superior region", Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin, Richard J. Wold, William J. Hinze. Archean and Proterozoic geology of the Lake Superior region, U.S.A., (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: P K Sims; Lorna M Carter.
5. Books From California via United States: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher: Geological Society of America, Good. Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin,, William J Hinze,Richard J. W. Ex-library copy with usual markings. Shows minor wear.. payment | shipping rates | returns Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin Product Category: Books ISBN: . An earth scientist and a Native American elder explore the natural history of the Lake Superior region, examining both the science and the spirit of the land. Talking Rocks Geology Years of Native American Tradition in the Lake Superior Region Minnesota’s Geology The classic book on the state’s unique geology, now back in.
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The geologic history of the Lake Superior region, beginning about billion years ago, is indeed fascination, and LaBerge's enthusiastic telling of this geologic story makes Geology of the Lake Superior Region a most useful book.
-- Geotimes, January Cited by: The book is technically quite good, but there is too much emphasis on Wisconsin geology. The cover photo is of Palisade Head along the north shore of Lake Superior and there is very little mention of the Geology of the North Shore.
Title says it all/5(6). Geology Of The Lake Superior Region book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Considered one of the classic geologic areas of the wo /5(1).
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B&N Outlet Pages: Full of examples, photographs, maps, and diagrams, "Geology of the Lake Superior Region" integrates a discussion of basic physical geology into a chronological view of the geological processes that formed the Upper Midwest around Lake Superior.
In clear, concise, jargon-free prose, Gene LaBerge has written the most accurate, complete, and current book on geology and landforms of the Upper Midwest. Written by a geology professor and an expert in Native American history (also a Native American himself), it weaves together the stories of the geology and the geological changes in the Great Lakes area over the past ten-thousand years with the lives of the Natives living there/5(7).
Book review: Geology of the Lake Superior Region by Gene LaBerge,Geoscience Press. File(s) Publisher. Croix Rockhounds, Stillwater, MN. Metadata Show full item record. Subject.
Geology. Geology--Superior, Lake. Gene LaBerge. Geology of the Lake Superior Region. Geology of the Lake Superior Region by Gene LaBerge, Author: William S. Cordua. Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin. Author(s): Richard J. Wold, William J. Hinze. Geological evidence relating to interpretation of the Lake Superior Basin structure.
Author(s) Keweenawan pre-volcanic quartz sandstones and related rocks of the Lake Superior region. Author(s). Additional Physical Format: Online version: LaBerge, Gene L.
Geology of the Lake Superior Region. Phoenix, Ariz.: Geoscience Press, (OCoLC) The iron ores of the Lake Superior region / by the authors and W.J. Mead --ch. The copper ores of the Lake Superior region / by the authors, assisted by Edward Steidtmann --ch. The silver and gold ores of the Lake Superior region --ch.
General geology --Index. Series Title: Monographs of the United States Geological Survey, v. Geology of the Lake Superior Region covers just about everything you might want to know about one of the most interesting geological areas in North America: Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Full of examples, photographs, maps and diagrams, Geology of the Lake Superior Region Pages: The geology of the Lake Superior region / Related Titles. Series: Monographs of the United States Geological Survey ; v. Van Hise, Charles Richard, Leith, C.
(Charles Kenneth), Martin, Lawrence, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. The rocks of the Lake Superior region, some of the oldest in the world, formed over a vast expanse of geologic time and by a wide variety of geologic processes. Some are more than 2 billion years old.
These are the remaining records of an exciting history of volcanic activity. Eight folded maps in pocket "Physical geography of the Lake Superior region, by Lawrence Martin": p Parts of certain chapters by W.J.
Mead, Carl Zapffe, R. Allen, A.N. Winchell, Edward SteidtmannPages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "First published by Geoscience Press in "--Title page verso. Description: pages: illustrations. The Institute on Lake Superior Geology is a non-profit professional society with the objectives of providing a forum for exchange of geological ideas and scientific data and promoting better understanding of the geology of the Lake Superior region.
Keweenawan time in the Lake Superior region was characterized by production of an enormous quantity of basic volcanics. Igneous activity was confined essentially to a single episode of volcanism and subsequent intrusion, which occurred during an early stage in the evolution of the by: Lake Superior Geology.
The magenta and green areas show where a plume of hot mantle rock rose and spread under the stiffer lithosphere (the crust and uppermost mantle), stretching the old rocks which started to pull apart along great fissures, tracing out a huge arc known as the Midcontinent Rift System.
Knife River, North Shore of Lake Superior, Minnesota 7 x x cm $ 85 A light green to pink mineral with copper specks throughout the specimen: Chalcocite, Bornite, and Copper Mineral # Flambeau Mine, Lady Smith, Wisconsin 5 x 4 x 4 cm $ Chalcocite, Bornite, and Copper Mineral # Flambeau Mine, Lady Smith, Wisconsin.
The book is technically quite good, but there is too much emphasis on Wisconsin geology. The cover photo is of Palisade Head along the north shore of Lake Superior and there is very little mention of the Geology of the North Shore/5(5).
Lake Superior Region: Geology, Scenery and Minerals. A "slide show" on three levels. Introduction. The 30 colour photographs in this show depict a counter-clockwise tour of geological features around Lake Superior, the world's largest freshwater lake (see Fig.
1). The lake has an area of 82, km 2. It was part of the Mississippi drainage.This anomalous region is centered on the eastern and central parts of Lake Superior, on the axis of the Midcontinent Rift System.
Another region of crustal thickening also occurs further west along the rift in Wisconsin, but the intervening region appears characterized by more normal crustal thicknesses of .Product Information. Full of examples, photographs, maps, and diagrams, "Geology of the Lake Superior Region" integrates a discussion of basic physical geology into a chronological view of the geological processes that formed the Upper Midwest around Lake Superior.