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A disarticulated lava cone, Burney Spring Mountain, Shasta County, USA: implications for extensional tectonics in the southern Cascades
Burney Spring Mountain is a 2556 ka lava cone situated in the northernmost part of the Lassen segment of the Cascade Range. Dominated in volume by lava flows ranging from olivine basalts to augite, hypersthene andesites, ...
Correlation of lava flows on Cascade volcanoes: Tool development and example from Burney Spring Mountain, California
Bedrock mapping in volcanic terrains is a challenge, and generally requires extensive field work and petrographic and geochemical analysis. Paleomagnetism, when used in conjunction with field, geochemical and petrographic ...