Abstract

Several new occurrences of dish structure are documented herein: (1) Precambrian hornfels in the central Transantarctic Mountains, Antarctica; (2) Precambrian deltaic siltites of the Belt Supergroup in northern Idaho; (3) Oligocene turbidite sandstone recovered in a DSDP core from a small ridge located southeast of Jan Mayen Ridge in the Norwegian-Greenland Sea; (4) Oligocene fluvial deposits in the Caliente Range, California; and (5) Pliocene lacustrine deposits in the Ridge Basin, California.

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