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By G. Guohua (auth.), Andreas Vogel, Oktay Ergünay, Klaus Brandes, Müfiz Alpmen (eds.)

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Plutonic rocks range from monzonite to granite. Metavolcanic rocks, the Sidewinder Volcanic Series of Bowen (1954), are composed of a weakly metamorphosed a porphyr complex (Stone, 1964; Dibblee, 1967; and Miller, 1978). This porphyr complex is made up of latite-dacite, andesite, and rhyolite. The remaining areas are underlain by small scattered exposures of Carboniferous metacarbonate rocks and Triassic-Jurassic metasediments and Pliocene sedimentary rocks. The Triassic-Jurassic age Fairview Valley Formation is composed of hornfels, limestone, and limestone conglomerate and dark greenish to brownish-gray laminated thin bedded platy hornfels that is overlain by a quartzite unit (Miller, 1978).

A natural consequence is the development of regionally distinct thermal and chemical boundary layers comparable with the different conditions in oceanic and continental regions at the Earth's· surface. On the basis of reduced seismic velocity gradients, Bullen (1949) found a 200 to 300 km thick transition layer at the base of the mantle which he designated the D" region. Intensive studies in recent years have shown that we have to consider a boundary layer which varies laterally both in thickness and radial structure.

The Bouguer have gravity right field of steps the within Lucerne nearly this area Valley area indicates that general trend of the gravity contours is in agreement with the major structural features of this area (Figure 3). Northwest-southeast striking linear gravity gradients are associated with the Helendale fault zone. From the steepness of this 5 mGal/km gradient probably vertical. This means vertically. The nature of that this the sediment-basement the Helendale fault linear anomaly locates position of the concealed segment of the fault zone.

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