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STRUCTURES, TEXTURES, AND COOLING HISTORIES OF COLUMBIA RIVER BASALT FLOWS

Abstract:
Flood basalt flows of the Columbia River Basalt Group commonly exhibit well-developed colonnade and entablature structures formed during cooling of individual flows. A model is decribed that can be used to explain the occurrence of repeated entablature and colonnade by considering the effects of intermittent inundation.-after Authors
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Journal:
GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BULLETIN
Volume:
97
Issue:
9
Pages:
1144-1155
Publication date:
1986-09-05
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ISSN:
0016-7606
URN:
uuid:14fde37e-4d3f-464d-a499-e2e87acbc26f
Source identifiers:
174961
Local pid:
pubs:174961
Language:
English

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