SDAG Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Emiliano's Mexican Restaurant
6690 Mission Gorge Road,San Diego, CA 92120
On Mission Gorge Road overlooking Admiral Baker golf course.
You will probably have to drive about 1/2 mile past the restaurant and make a U-turn to get into the parking lot.
Menu: Mexicano Fantastico, Beverage Station, Cash Bar
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Speaker: Dr. Vic Camp - San Diego State University
"Yellowstone Plume Trigger for Basin and Range Extension, and Mid-Miocene Emplacement of the >1000-km-long Nevada-Columbia Basin Magmatic Belt"
Basin and Range extension has typically been explained as the product of broadly distributed shear of the
plate interior by Pacific plate-North American plate interaction, or by buoyancy-driven extensional strain
associated with a thickened crust. However, there has been little discussion on the potential role of the
Yellowstone hotspot in driving large-scale Basin and Range crustal stretching. New data presented in this talk
suggest that the Yellowstone hotspot may have been the primary catalyst for mid-Miocene extension
throughout the Great Basin with contemporaneous plume-related magmatism extending from the Colorado
extensional corridor in southern Nevada to the Columbia Basin in eastern Washington.
Vic Camp received his B.S. degree from Marshall University, his M.S. from Miami University. and Ph.D. from
Washington State University. After ten years of international experience in Africa, Iran, Canada, and Saudi
Arabia, he began teaching San Diego State University in 1993 where he has taught a variety of courses at all
academic levels. His research interests are in geologic mapping, volcanology, igneous petrology, and regional
studies on the tectonic evolution of volcanic terrains. His current research focus is on tectonomagmatism
associated with the mid-Miocene initiation on the Yellowstone hotspot, and its influence on Columbia River
flood-basalt volcanism, Basin and Range extension, and coeval volcanism associated with the ancestral
Cascades volcanic arc.
Upcoming SDAG meetings - 2014
November 19: Vic Camp - Mid-Miocene Flood-Basalt Volcanism in the Columbia River Province, Mantle Upwelling and Basin and Range Extension.
December 17: Tom Demere - The recovery of late Oligocene vertebrate fossils in south Carlsbad:
Implications for the geologic history of Paleogene strata in northern San Diego County
Upcoming SDAG meetings - 2015
January 21: Renee Deutsch - The Impossible Landslide (Carrizo Gorge's 1932 Goat Canyon Disaster)
February 18: Chuck Houser - Calcite
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