Geometry and kinematics of the central Snowcrest Range

a Rocky Mountain foreland uplift in southwestern Montana
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Statementby Barry Christopher McBride.
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LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 90/60 (Q)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationxviii, 267 leaves, 7 leaves of plates
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Open LibraryOL2018867M
LC Control Number90954003

The Snowcrest Range forms the southeastern limb of the Late Cretaceous Blacktail-Snowcrest uplift. The northeast-trending uplift is bounded by the northwest-dipping Snowcrast-Greenhom thrust system which consists of seven thrust zones which merge and flatten at depth along a regional detachment horizon within the Archean basement.

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