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Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 15 March 2018
GSA Bulletin (2018) 130 (9-10): 1474-1492.
... Olorgesailie, but fault traces are not exposed. Three members are recognized in the Oltulelei Formation, from base to top: Olkesiteti, Oltepesi, and Tinga Members ( Table 2 ; Fig. 4 ; see detailed descriptions in supplementary data DR3). We also here define the Oltulelei Tuffs, which are distinctive...
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Overall composite panel diagram for the Oltulelei Formation, looking north,...
Published: 15 March 2018
distances between localities are shown below the panel. Olkesiteti Member is indicated by shades of gray plus the red basal unit in Locality G, Oltepesi Member is indicated by shades of brown, and Tinga Member is indicated by light orange. The Oltulelei Tuffs in the Olkesiteti Member are light gray. Heavy
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Summary diagram showing phases of aggradation and erosion in the Olorgesail...
Published: 15 March 2018
lines indicate the time interval between the two formations with no sedimentary record. The Olkesiteti Member filled part of the eroded landscape of the Olorgesailie Formation, the Oltepesi Member filled valleys cut into the previous deposits in the lower parts of this landscape, and the Tinga Member
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Representative strata and lithologies of the Oltulelei Formation; see also ...
Published: 15 March 2018
by Olkesiteti Member, phase B-2. (L) Tinga Member boulder weighing an estimated 35,000 kg in western Locality B, with Rick Potts for scale.
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Perspective diagrams looking NNE, reconstructing middle to late Pleistocene...
Published: 15 March 2018
) Inferred fault movement on the west side of Locality B, which temporarily blocked east-to-west drainage, filling valleys and depositing distinctive orange-brown sediment over the Oltepesi Plain with distinctive orange-brown sediments (Oltepesi Member). Following this valley filling, a new drainage formed