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.
DOGAMI is not currently accepting submissions for Oregon Geology. The magazine in its current format ceased publication with the summer 2014 issue.
This Month in Oregon Geology History
From November 1982, p. 133, "Diamond Craters Outstanding Natural Area dedicated"
"Diamond Craters, located 55 mi southeast of Burns in Harney County, southeastern Oregon, was dedicated as an Outstanding Natural Area (ONA) by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) on September 18, 1982. The area has been described by geologists as having the best and most diverse basaltic volcanic features in the United States and all within a comparatively small and accessible place."
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