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Geology of south-central Oriente, Cuba

G. Edward Lewis

Geology of south-central Oriente, Cuba

by G. Edward Lewis

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Published by U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Formations (Geology) -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Rocks, Igneous -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Rocks, Sedimentary -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Rocks, Ultrabasic -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Faults (Geology) -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Manganese ores -- Geology -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Volcanic ash, tuff, etc. -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province),
  • Paleontology -- Cuba -- Holguín (Province)

  • About the Edition

    in Geological Survey Bulletin, Issue 975,
    series title "Geologic investigations in the American republics"

    Edition Notes

    Statementby G. Edward Lewis and John A. Straczek.
    SeriesGeologic investigations in the American Republics
    ContributionsStraczek, John A., 1914-, Cuba. Ministerio de Agricultura., Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 171-336 :
    Number of Pages336
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22978212M

    Liber Galbán Rodriguez currently works at the Hydraulic Engineering Department, University of Oriente (Cuba). Liber does research in Geology, hydraulics, civil and Architectural Engineering. His.   AAPG's Studies in Geol Geology of Cuba, provides a general description of the geology of the island, an updated description of its stratigraphy, and interpretation of its complex structures, some mechanism for its emergence from the Caribbean, and a description of its petroleum occurrences. This publication is abundantly illustrated, and provides cross-references to geographic.

      Manuel’s knowledge of Cuba’s geology is immense and consequently the geology part of the trip was amazing. But – because I am a U.S. citizen, my travel at that time was done under the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba, initially imposed in That meant to be fully legal I had to travel to Cuba via a licensed “people-to-people” travel agency.   Journeying Through Cuba’s Geology and Culture: This is a brief article that I wrote for the “Travels in Geology” section of Earth magazine (published July/August ) about my trip through western and central Cuba with the Association for Women Geoscientists in March

    I B Geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of Canoas, Zacatecas Mexico I C Magnesite Deposits in the Serra das Eguas, Brumado Bahia, Brazil I D Geology of South-Central Oriente, Cuba I E Geology and Ore Deposits of the Atacocha District Departamento de. East Mine, Juragua Iron Company Mines, Firmeza District, Santiago de Cuba Province, Cuba Reference: Roesler, Max () Geology of the Iron-Ore Deposits of the Firmeza District, Oriente province, Cuba, AIME Transactions, p.


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This publication is abundantly illustrated, and provides cross-references to geographic localities and. OCLC Number: Notes: Plate 1: Index map of Cuba, showing location of manganese districts.

Plate 2: Map of southern Oriente, Cuba. Plate 3: Geologic map and section of the central part of the Bueycito district, Oriente, Cuba.

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First, the authors' study of the evolutiqn of the region begins Lewis, G. E., and Straczek, J. A.,Geology of south-central Oriente, Cuba: U.S. Geol. Sun. Abstract. For many years the geology of Cuba has been a challenge to every geologist who has come in contact with any of its aspects, and many were attracted by some of the exceptional features of the island, for example, the extensive development of ultrabasic rocks; the numerous oil and gas seeps; the rich Jurassic ammonite faunas, the variety of its Tertiary foraminifera, and the presence Cited by: GEOLOGIC SECTIONS OF SOUTH-CENTRAL ORIENTE, CUBA GEOLOGICOS DE LA PARTE SUD-CENTRÄL DE ORIENTE, Scale 5 Ki16metr08 Geology by G.

Edward Lewis and John A. Straczek Geologia por G. Edward Lewis y John A. Straczek, To the south, the Yucatan Basin appears to be enclosed between Cuba to the north and the Cayman Ridge, which is the westward continuation of the Sierra Madre in the southern Oriente province.

Cuba, the Cayman Basin, and the Cayman Ridge appear to constitute a physiographic province between the stable margin of the North American craton and the highly mobile Caribbean : Web page. Chromite deposits In the Moa district, on the north coast of Oriente Province, Cuba, form one facies of the ultramafic complex in which they occur.

Two planar structures, one a compositional layeri Cited by: OUTLINE OF THE GEOLOGY OF CUBA 5 southern half of Camagtiey Province and extends eastward across the Cauto Val-ley to the Sierra Maestra in Oriente Prov-ince.

As in the western Coastal Plain, a broad arm crosses the island to the north 7. The folded and intruded area in northeastern Camagiey and Oriente provinces. The Sierra Maestra in the.

Geologic Map of South Central Oriente, Cuba Publication Info: Washington: Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, ; BulletinPlate Geology and manganese deposits of Guisa-Los Negros area, Oriente Province, Cuba / by: Woodring, W.et al. Published: () Evaluacion de los recursos potenciales de petroleo y gas en la cuenca norte de Cuba, Cuba, Published: ().

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