Giant Agglutinated Foraminiferids from Franciscan Turbidites at Redwood Creek, Northwestern California with the Description of a New Species of Bathysiphon

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  • William Miller, III

Abstract

The Franciscan Central Belt is a Late Mesozoic terrane composed of dislocated submarine fan deposits, splinters of oceanic crustic and blocks of "exotic" lithologies (e.g. glauciphane schist) of incertain origin, which are all texronically mixed in a muddy melange matrix.

Author Biography

William Miller, III

Department of Geology, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California

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2017-05-04

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