Oregon Geology and The Ore Bin
Oregon Geology (formerly The Ore.-Bin) contains timely information about DOGAMI and about new and interesting developments in mining, metallurgy, and geology and is designed to reach a wide spectrum of readers in the geoscience community who are interested in all aspects of the geology of Oregon and its applications.
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This Month in Oregon Geology History
From March 1961, p. 23-30, "Geology of the Humbug Mountain State Park Area" by J. G. Koch, W. R. Kaiser, and R. H. Dott, Jr.
Humbug Mountain, in the background, is composed of Lower Cretaceous conglomerate. The foreground is of the same material. The light-colored area between is a down-faulted block of younger Cretaceous sandstone and mudstone.
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