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					NEVADA BUREAU OF MINES AND GEOLOGY
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EDUCATIONAL SERIES E-30
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GENERALIZED GEOLOGIC MAP OF NEVADA
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County boundaries Quaternary and suspected Quaternary faults, less than 1.6 Ma (million years old), dashed where age uncertain Lakes and reservoirs Alluvial and playa deposits Volcanic rocks, less than 6 Ma Upper volcanic rocks, 6–17 Ma Tuffaceous sedimentary rocks, 6–17 Ma Lower volcanic rocks, mostly 17–43 Ma Intrusive rocks, Mesozoic and Tertiary Igneous and metamorphic complex, Jurassic or Cretaceous Sedimentary, volcanic, and intrusive rocks, Mesozoic Sedimentary and volcanic assemblage, upper Paleozoic Carbonate and other sedimentary rocks, upper Paleozoic Sedimentary and volcanic assemblage, lower Paleozoic Carbonate and other sedimentary rocks, lower Paleozoic and Late Proterozoic Metamorphic and intrusive rocks, Early and Middle Proterozoic
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GENERALIZED GEOLOGIC MAP OF NEVADA
Modified from Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Map 57, Million-Scale Geologic Map of Nevada, by John H. Stewart and John E. Carlson, 1977; and fault maps by Craig M. dePolo, 1998.

NEVADA BUREAUGEOLOGY
MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES
First edition, first printing, 1999; 5,000 copies Printing: Bear Industries, Sparks, Nevada Cartography: Susan L. Tingley

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