Oregon Geology (formerly The Ore Bin) is designed to reach a wide spectrum of readers in the geoscience community who are interested in all aspects of the geology of Oregon and its applications. Informative papers and notes, particularly research results, are welcome, as are letters or notes in response to materials published in the journal. Conclusions and opinions presented in articles are those of the authors and are not necessarily endorsed by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries.
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Summer 2014 (vol. 70, no. 1)
- full issue PDF - 5 MB
higher-resolution version - 14 MB
IN THIS ISSUE:
- Note from the State Geologist
- Late Pleistocene Airport Lane fossil site, La Grande, northeast Oregon, by Jay Van Tassell, John Rinehart, and Laura Mahrt
- Oregon Outback Dig at Fossil Lake!
- A fossil bighorn sheep (Bovidae, Ovis canadensis) and geochronology of the Pleistocene Fossil Lake area, northern Lake County, Oregon, by James E. Martin
- Follow the saga of Bernie on blog and at OMSI
- Geomyid rodents from the Pleistocene Fossil Lake area, Lake County, Oregon, by Randolph J. Moses and James E. Martin
- DOGAMI news highlights
- Mined Land Reclamation Awards
- Oregon seismicity 2009-2013