The rock types interfinger, but tuff is more prominent west of Bear Lake (Fig. ... I have spent many hours, so far without success, looking for vertebrate teeth in the stream gravels and sands of this formation because it would be ... Not only did each thrust sheet move from west to east, but also the western thrusts moved earlier than those farther east. ... Each thrust sheet shed molasse eastward onto its foreland, and these bodies of conglomerate are now the best evidence for timing of theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Metamorphism and Tectonics of Eastern and Central North America|
|Publisher||:||Amer Geophysical Union - 1989-01-01|