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Recent mapping of pre-basalt rocks along the northwestern Columbia River basalt margin and well logs from Shell Oil Company gas wells provide new information about the rocks and structure underlying the Yakima fold belt. Pre-basalt rocks along the margin range in age from Jurassic to lower Miocene, with early to middle Tertiary arkosic and volcaniclastic strata concentrated in three fault-bounded basins. With one exception, pre-basalt rocks cut by the Shell Oil Company wells (Yakima Minerals, Bissa, and Saddle Mountains) can be correlated with rocks found in the basins along the margin. These rocks extend under the Columbia River Basalt Group...

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