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The Bisoni-McKay area, a structurally isolated, fault-bounded horst, offset eastward at the south end of the Fish Creek Range, displays a geologic terrane that is previously unrecorded in Nevada, and perhaps elsewhere in North America. This unique terrane is an olistostrome that was shed eastward by listric faulting from the east side of the migrating Antler orogenic forebulge in Late Devonian (early Famennian, ca. 373 Ma) time. Stratigraphic identification of Devonian olistoliths and enclosing matrix that constitute the olistostrome, as well as overlying postemplacement units, is supported by correlation to formations in the main part of the Fish Creek Range...

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