Eastern Mojave Vegetation Steens Mountain Loop Road  

Tom Schweich  

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Locations: Steens Mountain.  

Steens Mountain


Literature Cited:
- Hooper, P. R., G. B. Binger, and K. R. Lees., 2002.

Other articles:
• U. S. Highway 20:   at Pole Creek;  

Hooper, Binger and Lees (2002) used geochemical data to show that the Steens Basalt correlates with the Lower Pole Creek unit of the Basalt of Malheur Gorge. This means that the present Steens Mountain was over or near to the Yellowstone hot spot at 16 M.a.

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• Oregon Highway 205:   at Steens Mtn Loop - South;  





Literature Cited

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  Hooper, P. R., G. B. Binger, and K. R. Lees. 2002. Ages of the Steens and Columbia River flood basalts and their relationship to extension-related calc-alkalic volcanism in eastern Oregon. GSA Bulletin. 114(1):43-50.
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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/19/2020 5:11:29 PM