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Published by California Division of Mines and Geology in Sacramento .
Written in English


  • Geology -- California -- San Diego Metropolitan Area.

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Edition Notes

Statementprepared in cooperation with the City of San Diego.
SeriesBulletin / California Division of Mines and Geology -- 200, Bulletin (California. Division of Mines and Geology) -- 200.
ContributionsKennedy, Michael P., Kennedy, Michael P.
The Physical Object
Pagination56 p. :
Number of Pages56
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22880988M

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Division of Mines and Geology: Character and recency of faulting, San Diego metropolitan area, California / (Sacramento: California Division of Mines and Geology, ), also by Michael P Kennedy (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). 28 rows  California Department of Conservation administers a variety of programs vital to . present geologic picture. Although earthquakes and active faults are now a very recognizable part of life in southern California, they are a very recent addition to a much longer and more complex pattern of geologic activity. Part of this picture is hidden by geologically young sedimentary rocks on which much of metropolitan San Diego is Size: 1MB. San Diego Area and Southern California Geologic Maps Mapping San Diego – An Introduction to the Historic Map Archive The San Diego Association of Geologists (SDAG) is pleased to be able to present this set of geologic and topographic maps covering all or part of San Diego County, California, as a service to our Members and to the general public.

Geology of the San Diego metropolitan area, California. Sacramento: California Division of Mines and Geology, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael P Kennedy. This volume provides a non-technical overview of the structural and historical geology of the San Diego region. This work guides travelers in the field via interpretive road logs keyed to the post mile marker system. The authors review San Diego's current landforms, seismic environment, and mineral resources with particular emphasis on its natural division into three geomorphic sections 4/5(1). Geology of the San Diego Metropolitan Area, California. Del Mar, La Jolla, Point Loma, La Mesa, Poway, and SW 1/4 Escondido ' quadrangles, 6 plates, scale , This is a reprint of the report originally printed in A San Diego Fauna in the Vicinity of Val Verde, California" (Thesis). Geologic Map: Supplement 2 from "The Geology of the East Coachella Tunnel of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. A San Diego Fauna in the Vicinity of Val Verde, California" (Thesis). Record Number: CaltechTHESIS Persistent URL:Author: Donald Dominic MacLellan.