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Riverside County Geology Publications

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B 178Geology and Mineral Resources of the Corona South [7.5'] Quadrangle
  • Geology of the Corona South Quadrangle and the Santa Ana Narrows Area, Riverside, Orange and San Bernardino Counties, California, 1965, scale 1:62,500
GAM 10Geologic Map of California: Needles Sheet, 1963, scale 1:250,000
GAM 13Geologic Map of California: Salton Sea Sheet, 1967, scale 1:250,000
GAM 19Geologic Map of California: Santa Ana Sheet, 1965, scale 1:250,000
MS 19Geology of the Lakeview-Perris [7.5'] Quadrangle, Riverside County, California, 1972, scale 1:24,000
SR 92Short Contributions to California Geology, 1967, featuring:
  • A Test of Chemical Variability and Field Sampling Methods, Lakeview Mountain Tonalite, Lakeview Mountains [Riverside County], Southern California Batholith
SR 94Geology of the Desert Hot Springs-Upper Coachella Valley Area, Riverside County, California, 1968
OFR 88-08Aeromagnetic Map of the Santa Ana 1° By 2° Quadrangle, California, 1988, scale 1:250,000
OFR 88-15Aeromagnetic Map of the Salton Sea 1° By 2° Quadrangle, California, 1988, scale 1:250,000
OFR 81-16Mineral Land Classification of Pacific Clay Products, Inc., Clay Deposits in the Alberhill Area, Riverside County, California, 1981
OFR 77-18Principal Facts and Sources for 666 Gravity Stations on the Needles 1° By 2° Quadrangle, California, 1977

Riverside County Geohazards & Environmental Geology Publications

 

 

B 196San Fernando, California, Earthquake of 9 February 1971, 1975, 463 p. Contains 33 papers describing the geology, geophysics, seismology, damage, disaster response and resulting legislative measures relating to the earthquake.
SP 60Earthquake Planning Scenario for a Magnitude 8.3 Earthquake on the San Andreas fault in Southern California, 1982
OFR 82-24Script and Slides for Earthquake Planning Scenario Presentation on the Los Angeles Area, California, 1982
SP 102Planning Scenario for a Major Earthquake on the San Jacinto Fault in the San Bernardino Area, 1993
SR 118San Andreas Fault in Southern California, A Guide to San Andreas Fault from Mexico to Carrizo Plain, 1975, 272 p. This guide includes 28 papers.
SR 131Recency and Character of Faulting Along the Elsinor Fault Zone in Southern Riverside County, California, 1977
OFR 88-01Summary Report: Fault Evaluation Program, 1986-1987, Mojave Desert and Other Areas [Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties], California, 1988
OFR 80-03Effects on Southern California of the Rains of February 13-21, 1980, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, and Ventura Counties, California, 1980
OFR 79-04February-March 1978 Rains in the Los Angeles Region; [Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties], Southern California, 1979
OFR 79-10Summary Report, California Fault Evaluation Program, 1978 Area — Peninsular Ranges — Salton Trough Region [Imperial, Riverside, and San Diego Counties], California, 1979
OFR 78-10Summary Report, California Fault Evaluation Program, 1977 Area [Los Angeles , Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties], 1978
OFR 77-04Seismic Hazards Related to Geologic Factors, Elsinore and Chino Fault Zones, Northwestern Riverside County, California, 1977

 

Riverside County Mineral Resource Publications

 

B 178Geology and Mineral Resources of the Corona South [7.5'] Quadrangle
  • Mines and Mineral Deposits of the Corona South Quadrangle, Riverside and Orange Counties, California
B 193Gold Districts of California—Sesquicentennial Edition, California Gold Discovery to Statehood, Seventh Printing, 1998, 186 p., 1 plate, scale 1:1,000,000. An overall guide to gold deposits in California, this bulletin describes the principal features of each gold-bearing district. Longer descriptions of selected districts cover location and extent, history, Geology and character of gold deposits, list of mines and bibliography.
B 194The Mineral Economics of the Carbonate Rocks and Limestone and Dolomite Resources of California, 1973, 60 p., 2 plates, scale 1:1,000,000
SR 139Aggregates in the Greater Los Angeles Area [Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura Counties], California, 1979
SR 159Mineral Land Classification: Aggregate Materials in the Palm Springs Production-Consumption Region [Riverside County, California], 1988
SR 165Mineral Land Classification of the Temescal Valley Area, Riverside County, California, 1991

OFR 94-11

Mineral Land Classification of the Eastern Half of Riverside County, California, 1994, scale 1:62,500
OFR 88-20Mineral Land Classification of the Whipple and Riverside Mountains Study Area, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties, California, 1988
OFR 85-17Mineral Land Classification of the United States Tile Company — Dominguez Clay/Shale Deposit, Corona, Riverside County, California, 1985
OFR 82-07Mineral Land Classification of the Pacific Clay Products, Inc., Thomas Clay Deposit, Corona, Riverside County, California, 1982
OFR 68-07Map of Riverside County Showing Locations of Mines and Mineral Resources, 1968, scale 1:250,000