CALIFORNIA MAPPING PUBLICATIONS 1990-1980
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Merguerian, Charles, 1990, contributor, Geologic Map of the San Francisco - San Jose Quadrangle, Map No. 5A, Regional Geologic Map Series, California Division of Mines and Geology, Scale 1:250,000, compiled by D. L. Wagner, E. J. Bortugno, and R. D. McJunkin.
Merguerian, Charles, 1985a, Stratigraphy, structural geology, and tectonic implications of the Shoo Fly Complex and the Calaveras-Shoo Fly thrust, Central Sierra Nevada, California: Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, New York, 255 p [Text and Figures] - Plates Below.
[Plate 1] [Plate 1 Explanation] [Plate 2] [Plate 3] [Plate 4]
Merguerian, Charles, 1985b, Bedrock geologic map of the Shoo Fly complex in the Jupiter area, Stanislaus River drainage, Tuolumne County, California: California Division of Mines and Geology, Open-file Report 85-11SF, Scale 1:24,000, four sheets, 25 p. text, 3 figures, 1 table, and three-page map explanation.
[Explanation] [Stanislaus Quad] [Crandall Peak Quad] [Twain Harte Quad] [Columbia SE Quad]
Merguerian, Charles, 1981 ms., The extension of the Calaveras-Shoo Fly thrust to the southern end of the Sierra Nevada metamorphic belt, California: Preliminary geologic maps of the Tuolumne, Duckwall Mountain, Groveland, Jawbone Ridge, Lake Eleanor NW, SW and SE 1/4s, Buckhorn Peak, Kinsley, El Portal, and Buckingham Mountain 7 1/2 minute quadrangles, Accompanied by 10p. report plus 5 figures, 1 table, California Division of Mines and Geology, Sacramento, California. [Text Only]
[Tuolumne 7-1/2' Quad] [Duckwall Mountain 7-1/2' Quad] [Groveland 7-1/2' Quad] [Jawbone Ridge 7-1/2' Quad] [Lake Eleanor NW 7-1/2' Quad] [Lake Eleanor SW 7-1/2' Quad] [Lake Eleanor SE 7-1/2' Quad] [Buckhorn Peak 7-1/2' Quad] [Kinsley 7-1/2' Quad] [El Portal 15' Quad] [Buckingham Mountain 7-1/2' Quad]
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