TRANSVERSE/PENINSULAR RANGES CONNECTIONS -
NINE LINES OF EVIDENCE
FOR THE INCREDIBLE MIOCENE ROTATION



A FIELD TRIP SPONSORED BY THE
PACIFIC SECTION, SEPM (SOCIETY FOR SEDIMENTARY GEOLOGY)
APRIL 12-14, 2001


FIELD TRIP LEADERS
EUGENE FRITSCHE AND PETER WEIGAND, CSUN
IVAN COLBURN, CSULA




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All the participants

Group picture of all the participants on the trip in front of the San Onofre Breccia at Dana Point. Left to right, back row, Peter Weigand, Frank Denison, Fred Burnett, J.R. Morgan, Pam Irvine, Carl Jacobson, Gene Fritsche, Syrus Parvizian, Ivan Colburn, Marlin Dickey, and Bob Beringer. Left to right, front row, Bill Stuart, Leni Field, Sally McGill, Cynthia Huggins, Mike Minner, and Butch Trembly.



I would like to see:


The Nine Lines of Evidence for Rotation of the Western Transverse Ranges


Day 1 of the Rotation Field Trip


Day 2 of the Rotation Field Trip


Day 3 of the Rotation Field Trip




This field trip is described in Fritsche, A. E., Weigand, P. W., Colburn, I. P., and Harma, R. L., 2001, Transverse/Peninsular Ranges connections - evidence for the incredible Miocene rotation, inDunne, G., and Cooper, J., compilers, Geologic excursions in southwestern California: SEPM (Society for Sedimentary Geology), Pacific Section, book 89, p. 101-146.

I would like to order the above guidebook.

If you have questions or comments on this trip, you may leave a message for me at a.eugene.fritsche@csun.edu

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