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Profile along the <span class="search-highlight">Stanislaus</span> <span class="search-highlight">River</span> ( Wagner et al., 1981 ). Beeson and McCo...
Published: 16 September 2022
Figure 4. Profile along the Stanislaus River ( Wagner et al., 1981 ). Beeson and McCoy concluded that the knickpoint was a migrating feature initiated by late Cenozoic uplift. This knickpoint, however, is at a lithological transition between two rock types with different erodibilities.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 02 July 2021
GSA Bulletin (2022) 134 (3-4): 885–894.
...Emmanuel Gabet Abstract The Table Mountains, a flat-topped series of ridges capped by a 10.4 Ma latite flow in the Stanislaus River watershed, are considered to be evidence for late Cenozoic uplift-driven landscape rejuvenation in the northern Sierra Nevada range (California, USA). The commonly...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 April 2013
Geosphere (2013) 9 (2): 191–215.
... in the San Joaquin River drainage, 3.6–4 Ma in the Stanislaus and Mokelumne River drainages, and ca. 3 Ma in the American and Feather River drainages. These differences in incision timing greatly exceed the time of knickpoint retreat, based on the example of the North Fork Feather River, where the knickpoint...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 28 February 2022
GSA Bulletin (2022) 134 (11-12): 2809–2853.
... tilting and using multiple independent measures of tilt magnitude, we find that the magnitude of surface uplift from late Cenozoic tilting appears to have been similar along strike and likely resulted in ~500–1300 m of surface uplift at the crest (0.3–0.8° tilt) from the Yuba through the Stanislaus rivers...
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Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1991
GSA Bulletin (1991) 103 (11): 1395–1404.
... volcaniclastic units in the east-central Sacramento Valley bracket the onset of tilting there between 3.4 and 8.4 Ma. Stratigraphic and geologic relations from the Stanislaus River area, eastern San Joa-quin Valley, suggest that the late Cenozoic tilting probably began approximately 5 Ma. Previously published...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 January 1891
GSA Bulletin (1891) 2 (1): 49–74.
...GEO. F. BECKER Abstract Summary of Observations Region studied .—During the past field season I have made studies of the structure of a part of the high Sierra with a view to elucidating the orogenic forces involved. My observations were made chiefly from the south fork of the Stanislaus river...
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Springfield cross-section. Previous cross-sections established that the Sta...
Published: 02 July 2021
Figure 14. Springfield cross-section. Previous cross-sections established that the Stanislaus River canyon predates the latite flow (T TML ), which precludes the existence of a northern bedrock ridge at 10.4 Ma and indicates that the valley was filled with sediment; the depth of the fill
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Figure 1. A: Geologic and topographic setting of Sierra Nevada. Highly frag...
Published: 01 March 2004
and suitable caves between Tuolumne and San Joaquin Rivers limits incision estimates in this region. B: Topographic profile along X–X′. Mean elevation and local relief increase systematically south of Stanislaus River, reaching maximum in vicinity of Kings River.
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Figure 3. A–D: Elemental concentrations for riverine suspended-sediment sam...
Published: 01 June 2002
Creek), and FR (Feather River). San Joaquin drainage samples include SJ1, SJ2, and SJ3 (main stem of San Joaquin River), ST (Stanislaus River), TR1 and TR2 (Tuolumne River), and MR1 and MR2 (Merced River). River-water sampling locations are shown in Figure 1 .
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Table Mountain Latite (in black) and cross-section locations. (Inset) Magni...
Published: 02 July 2021
Figure 3. Table Mountain Latite (in black) and cross-section locations. (Inset) Magnified view of Parrot's Ferry cross-section location and hypothesized route of the bedrock paleovalley (dashed line) across the modern Stanislaus River canyon according to the theory of topographic inversion
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Schematic model for topographic evolution of the Sierra Nevada. The souther...
Published: 01 April 2013
Stanislaus River northward. Revised from Wakabayashi and Sawyer (2001) . Each frame represents a time interval in tectonic-topographic evolution of the Sierra, but during each time interval the landscape of the Sierra was evolving so that the specific time shown by each frame is given by the age
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Vallecito cross-section. From previous cross-sections, it can be seen that ...
Published: 02 July 2021
Figure 12. Vallecito cross-section. From previous cross-sections, it can be seen that incision of the North Fork Stanislaus River canyon had already begun by 10.4 Ma; thus, the eastern margin of the latite flow (T TML ) at this site was not bounded by a bedrock ridge. Eocene and Oligocene
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(A) Study area in the Sierra Nevada (California, USA) with lithology ( Ludi...
Published: 19 June 2020
River demonstrate that the canyon was incised by the Eocene–early Oligocene, filled with deposits, and subsequently re-excavated. (D) Volcanic rocks (6.48 Ma) 70 m above bed of the South Fork American River (38.8019°N, 120.4311°W). (E) Canyon of the North Fork Stanislaus River. Andesitic sandstone
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 31 December 2020
Geology (2021) 49 (2): 238.
... (6.48 Ma) 70 m above bed of the South Fork American River (38.8019°N, 120.4311°W). (E) Canyon of the North Fork Stanislaus River. Andesitic sandstone of the Relief Peak Formation, which lies underneath 10.41 Ma Table Mountain Latite (Koerner et al., 2009), is draped over the bedrock valley wall (38.2376...
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Figure 1. (A) Shaded elevation map and (B) shaded relief map of the Sierra ...
Published: 01 November 2004
is shown in B (after Wakabayashi and Sawyer, 2000 ) along with the location of the ancestral Yuba River channel plotted in Figure 3 (thin red line) and the positions (bold letters) of other paleochannels plotted in Figure 3 : M—Mokelumne River; S—Stanislaus River; and T—Tuolumne River. The position
Journal Article
Journal: Geosphere
Published: 01 February 2016
Geosphere (2016) 12 (1): 135–175.
... with the modern Stanislaus River, which we herein divide into two paleochannels, the Stanislaus and Cataract paleochannels ( Figs. 2B and 3 ). These two distinct paleochannels were previously inferred to represent a single paleochannel, referred to as the Cataract paleochannel by Ransome (1898) and Lindgren...
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Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 19 June 2020
Geology (2020) 48 (10): 1023–1027.
... River demonstrate that the canyon was incised by the Eocene–early Oligocene, filled with deposits, and subsequently re-excavated. (D) Volcanic rocks (6.48 Ma) 70 m above bed of the South Fork American River (38.8019°N, 120.4311°W). (E) Canyon of the North Fork Stanislaus River. Andesitic sandstone...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2001
The Journal of Geology (2001) 109 (5): 539–562.
...) 5 Ma to present North Fork American River 1130 (700) .23 (.14) 5 Ma to present North Fork Mokelumne River 1150 (980) .23 (.20) 5 Ma to present Stanislaus River 1075 (710) .22 (.14) 5 Ma to present Tuolumne River (890) (.18) 5 Ma to present San Joaquin River (580) (390...
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Figure 1. Map of San Francisco Bay watershed showing bedrock geology and sa...
Published: 01 June 2002
Figure 1. Map of San Francisco Bay watershed showing bedrock geology and sample collection locations for riverine samples. Rivers: 1—San Joaquin, 2—Merced, 3—Tuolumne, 4—Stanislaus, 5—Sacramento, 6—Feather, 7—Battle Creek.
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1963
GSA Bulletin (1963) 74 (4): 379–390.
... Formation was deposited before late Miocene, and that rhyolitic volcanism in the Sierra Nevada began by earliest Miocene time. Three dates of 8.8–9.0 m. y. (early Hemphillian) on biotite-augite latite, which stratigraphically overlies the Table Mountain latite in the Stanislaus drainage, show that the Table...