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Regional map showing the location of the field trip area, the distribution of Jurassic dikes in a part
   of the Shenandoah Valley, Va., and the middle Eocene igneous rocks in the
   central Appalachian Valley and Ridge province. For a more detailed explanation, contact Jonathan Tso at jtso@radford.edu.
 
Figure 1. Regional map showing the location of the field trip area (in the central box in the upper left inset), the distribution of Jurassic dikes in a part of the Shenandoah Valley, Va., and the middle Eocene igneous rocks in the central Appalachian Valley and Ridge province (modified from Southworth and others, 1993).

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URL: https:// pubs.usgs.gov /circ/2004/1264/html/trip4/fig1.html
For more information, contact Jonathan Tso
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