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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-554

Preliminary Geologic Map of the Big Pine Mountain Quadrangle, California

By J.G. Vedder, Hugh McLean, and R.G. Stanley



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Reconnaissance geologic mapping of the San Rafael Primitive Area (now the San Rafael Wilderness) by Gower and others (1966) and Vedder an others (1967) showed s number of stratigraphic and structural ambiguities. To help resolve some of those problems, additional field work was done on parts of the Big Pine Moutain quadrangle during short intervals in 1981 and 1984, and 1990-1994.

Version 1.0

First posted June 8, 2009

  • Map PDF in standard resolution (300 dpi, JPG medium; ~42" x ~28"; 12.7 MB)
  • Map PDF (600 dpi, JPG maximum; ~42" x ~28"; Note 207 MB)

This report is available only on the Web.

For additional information contact:
Rick Stanley

Western Earth Surface Processes Team

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Suggested citation:

Vedder, J.G., McLean, Hugh, and Stanley, R.G., 1995, Preliminary geologic map of the Big Pine Mountain quadrangle, California: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 95-554, scale 1:24,000 [].

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