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Keep in mind the following questions….
1- What was the deposition environment of the sedimentary rocks exposed in the study area (North West of Big Bend,TX most specific in the Dagger Mountain area)?,
2-What is the nature of magmatism? (composition, age, and type of intrusive bodies).,
3-What types of folds and faults are exposed in the study area and when did they form?,
4- What is the sequence of events (geologic history) archived in the Dagger Flat area?
Geologic Report Elements:
2.1 Geographic Setting
2.2 Major Tectonic Episodes Relevant to Project
3- Rock Units (Describe the following)
3.1 Sedimentary Units
3.2 Igneous Units
3.3 Quaternary Deposits
5.1 Give a geologic history of the area based on your results.
6 References ( style should be GSA Bulletin)
Report should be focus and concise
The rocks that we saw were: Boquillas (Kbo), Buda(Kbu), Del Rio (Kdr), Old alluvium (Qoal), Regular alluvium (Qal) on the stream, and Santa Elena (Kse). Whole Dagger Mountain is composed of Santa Elena which is the rock that presents more fossils seen in the area. Please feel free, to ask me questions, regarding the area.
This paper is about a Field trip that we did to Big Bend, TX.
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