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Volcanic bomb, length 4 m, greatest diameter 20 cm. <span class="search-highlight">Cinder</span> <span class="search-highlight">Buttes</span>, Ada Coun...
Published: 01 January 2008
Figure 8. Volcanic bomb, length 4 m, greatest diameter 20 cm. Cinder Buttes, Ada County, Idaho ( Russell, 1893 , Pl. 10). Note axe and rifle at either end of the bomb.
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Interpreted sequence of volcanism and fault activity where the Active Scarp...
Published: 01 October 2013
Figure 7. Interpreted sequence of volcanism and fault activity where the Active Scarp cuts into Cinder Butte from the south. (A) Development of Cinder Butte, the lavas of which overlie the 53.5 ± 2 ka basalt west of Six Mile Hill, resulted in a new portion of the Hat Creek fault (the Pali
Series: AAPG Memoir
Published: 01 January 2016
DOI: 10.1306/13561990M1113674
EISBN: 9781629812779
..., Intermediate, and Recent segments responded to E-W extension, consistent with the previously documented stress state of the Cascades backarc. Complexity in Intermediate and Recent fault segments near a small shield volcano (Cinder Butte) suggests spatial variability in the stress field caused by a currently...
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Perspective view down and to the northeast of the northern portion of the H...
Published: 01 October 2013
Figure 5. Perspective view down and to the northeast of the northern portion of the Hat Creek fault system, showing the Hat Creek and the Cinder Butte lavas in relation to the Active Scarp (red), the Pali (green), and the Rim (blue). The newly mapped portion of the Active Scarp (yellow) traces
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Surface morphology of newly mapped segments of the Active Scarp northeast o...
Published: 01 October 2013
Figure 8. Surface morphology of newly mapped segments of the Active Scarp northeast of Cinder Butte. (A) The surface trace of the fault within lavas of the basalt west of Six Mile Hill consists of a variably intact, disaggregated, or collapsed monocline flanking a vertical scarp (view to the east
Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 October 2013
Geosphere (2013) 9 (5): 1397–1409.
...Figure 7. Interpreted sequence of volcanism and fault activity where the Active Scarp cuts into Cinder Butte from the south. (A) Development of Cinder Butte, the lavas of which overlie the 53.5 ± 2 ka basalt west of Six Mile Hill, resulted in a new portion of the Hat Creek fault (the Pali...
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Matched-filtered magnetic maps (reduced to pole). (A) Anomalies caused by s...
Published: 01 June 2016
lines—major highways (white ovals are California state highways). Red line—location of profile A–A′ modeled in Figure 7 ; ACB—Ash Creek Butte; BB—Bogard Buttes; BM—Burney Mountain; Br—Brush Mountain; BS—Burney Springs Mountain; CM—Chalk Mountain; CB—Cinder Butte; FP—Freaner Peak; SM—Saddle Mountain; MV
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Matched-filtered magnetic maps (reduced to pole). (A) Anomalies caused by s...
Published: 01 June 2016
lines—major highways (white ovals are California state highways). Red line—location of profile A–A′ modeled in Figure 7 ; ACB—Ash Creek Butte; BB—Bogard Buttes; BM—Burney Mountain; Br—Brush Mountain; BS—Burney Springs Mountain; CM—Chalk Mountain; CB—Cinder Butte; FP—Freaner Peak; SM—Saddle Mountain; MV
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Matched-filtered magnetic maps (reduced to pole). (A) Anomalies caused by s...
Published: 01 June 2016
lines—major highways (white ovals are California state highways). Red line—location of profile A–A′ modeled in Figure 7 ; ACB—Ash Creek Butte; BB—Bogard Buttes; BM—Burney Mountain; Br—Brush Mountain; BS—Burney Springs Mountain; CM—Chalk Mountain; CB—Cinder Butte; FP—Freaner Peak; SM—Saddle Mountain; MV
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Shaded-relief aeromagnetic map of study area (reduced to pole). Black dots—...
Published: 01 June 2016
Cinder Butte; FP—Freaner Peak; SM—Saddle Mountain; MV—Magee volcano; PP—Prospect Peak; WPP—West Prospect Peak. Magnetic lows labeled a, b, and c are discussed in text. Towns: Bu—Burney; FRM—Fall River Mills; McC—McCloud; P—Pittville.
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Geologic map of the study area (modified from  Jennings et al., 2010 ) supe...
Published: 01 June 2016
highways; black lines—Quaternary faults ( U.S. Geological Survey and California Geological Survey, 2006 ); heavier black lines—Hat Creek fault. ACB—Ash Creek Butte; BB—Bogard Buttes; BM—Burney Mountain; Br—Brush Mountain; BS—Burney Springs Mountain; CM—Chalk Mountain; CB—Cinder Butte; FP—Freaner Peak; GPA
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Isostatic residual gravity map (reduction density, 2670 kg/m 3 ). Solid bla...
Published: 01 June 2016
edges of gravity highs from Blakely et al. (1997) ; dashed black lines—additional gravity gradient identified from new data from horizontal gradient analysis. Heavy brown lines delineate Hat Creek fault. Red line labeled A–A′—location of profile modeled in Figure 7 . CB—Cinder Butte; GPA—Grizzly Peak
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Isostatic residual gravity map (reduction density 2500 kg/m 3 ). Note that ...
Published: 01 June 2016
. CB—Cinder Butte; GPA—Grizzly Peak anticline; HCF—Hat Creek fault; McF—McArthur fault; WPP—West Prospect Peak. Towns: BiB—Big Bend; Bu—Burney; FRM—Fall River Mills; McC—McCloud; P—Pittville.
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Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 June 2016
Geosphere (2016) 12 (3): 790–808.
... lines—major highways (white ovals are California state highways). Red line—location of profile A–A′ modeled in Figure 7 ; ACB—Ash Creek Butte; BB—Bogard Buttes; BM—Burney Mountain; Br—Brush Mountain; BS—Burney Springs Mountain; CM—Chalk Mountain; CB—Cinder Butte; FP—Freaner Peak; SM—Saddle Mountain; MV...
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Poison Lake chain of the Caribou Volcanic Field. View is looking southwest ...
Published: 01 November 2011
(at 1925–2096 m elevation, ∼6–7 km from camera) are cinder cones of the Poison Lake chain (100–110 ka). Hill 2096 is the vent for unit bb5 of the basalts and basaltic andesites of Bogard Buttes; hill 2078 is the vent for unit bs5 of the basalts of Stephens Campground; hills 2001 and 1974 are vents
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 February 1945
GSA Bulletin (1945) 56 (2): 107–150.
... branches which make abrupt changes of strike. The main flexure west of Cameron trends east, while other segments strike northwest, north, and northeast. With many small grabens, single faults, and rows of cinder cones the flexures form a structural pattern of three intersecting trends. The main monocline...
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The four eruptive centers at Mount Baker: Sherman Crater; the main summit c...
Published: 17 September 2001
Fig. 2. The four eruptive centers at Mount Baker: Sherman Crater; the main summit cone (3284 m; 10 775 ft); Black Buttes; and Schriebers Meadow 8400 year-old cinder cone. Numbers refer to site localities shown on Fig.  1 . Photo by U.S. Forest Service, September 1971.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 November 2011
GSA Bulletin (2011) 123 (11-12): 2177–2200.
... (at 1925–2096 m elevation, ∼6–7 km from camera) are cinder cones of the Poison Lake chain (100–110 ka). Hill 2096 is the vent for unit bb5 of the basalts and basaltic andesites of Bogard Buttes; hill 2078 is the vent for unit bs5 of the basalts of Stephens Campground; hills 2001 and 1974 are vents...
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Oblique Google Earth image of Section 1 of the Black Mountains Fault Zone (...
Published: 01 May 2014
. The Southern Death Valley Fault Zone (SDVFZ) is also shown along with Shoreline Butte basalt at the northern end of the Confidence Hills and Cinder Hill. Undifferentiated Miocene-Pleistocene sedimentary rocks are of the Miocene-Pliocene Furnace Creek Formation and the Pliocene-Pleistocene Funeral Formation
Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2010
Clays and Clay Minerals (2010) 58 (6): 772–782.
... ( Schoeneberger et al. , 2002 ; Soil Survey Staff, 2003 ) on soils formed in basaltic cinders at Big Craters, 2 ka; Coyote Butte, 6 ka; and Crescent Butte, 15 ka ( Kuntz et al. , 1986 , 1989 ) (Table 1 , Figure 1 ). Samples from the B horizons were air dried and sieved to remove coarse (> 2 mm) fragments...
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