Geology for planning in Sonoma County, 1980

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by , [San Francisco] : California Division of Mines and Geology
Geology -- California -- Sonoma County., Land use -- California -- Sonoma County -- Plan
Statementby M. E. Huffman, C. F. Armstrong; including "Seismicity, ground shaking, and liquefaction potential" by Roger W. Greensfelder. Prepared [by the California Division of Mines and Geology] in cooperation with the Sonoma County Planning Department.
SeriesSpecial report (California. Division of Mines and Geology) -- 120
ContributionsArmstrong, C. F., California. Division of Mines and Geology., Sonoma County (Calif.). Planning Dept.
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Pagination31 p. :
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Open LibraryOL22979119M

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Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Geology for planning in Sonoma County, [] Item Preview "Prepared in cooperation with the Sonoma County Planning Department." "Including seismicity, ground shaking, and liquefaction potential by Roger W Pages: GEOLOGY FOR PLANNING IN SONOMA COUNTY 13 Maximum Probable Rock Acceleration It is estimated that maximum probable rock accelera- tion, based on the magnitude and intensity recurrence data cited above, would fall in the range g and g for an average year period, depending on location rela- tive to the two active faults.

General 1980 book. Title: Geology for planning in Sonoma County Author(s): Huffman, M.E., and Armstrong, C.F. Publishing Organization: California Division of Mines and Geology Series and Number: Special Report Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None North Latitude: 38° 50' 0" N () South Latitude: 38° 4' 0" N ().

Geology for Planning in Sonoma County, (Reprinted) SR Erosion Along Dry Creek, Sonoma County, California, SR Geology and Slope Stabilty in Selected Parts of the Geysers Geothermal Area [Sonoma County], California, OFR Huffman, M.E., and Armstrong, C.F.,Geology for planning in Sonoma County, California: California Division of MInes 14 af Qa b a Qa Qa g a 21 Tpu- Upper Petaluma Formation (Late Miocene to Pliocene).

A fluvial and marine transitional deposit comprised of m Geological Survey Open-File Reportver. scaleb. # Bryant, W.A.,Chianti, Healdsburg, Alexander, Maacama and related faults, Sonoma County: California Division of Mines and Geology Fault Evaluation Report microfiche copy in California Division of Mines and Geology Open-File Report18 p., scaleparts of 5 quadrangles, scale73 70 45 70 30 35 Geology for planning in Sonoma County 75 42 30 35 35 45 30 60 30 25 4 0 10 35 10 32 3 2 20 25 18 25 15 60 20 35 70 25 15 45 2 5 25 20 3 2 28 16 55 15 12 13 3 4 44 30 27 50 44 25 70 The mapping application has three maps to choose between: Base, Zoning and General Plan.

Each map provides different types of geographic data used in land use planning and land development. Users will be able to research many PRMD data sets for properties within unincorporated Sonoma County.

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Geology for planning on the Sonoma County coast, between the Russian and Gualala rivers. [Michael E Huffman].

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California Special Report Geology for planning in Sonoma County, California. By M. Huffman and C. Armstrong. Includes “Seismicity, ground shaking, and liquefaction potential” by Roger W. Greensfelder.

31 pages, 7 figures, 4 tables, 5 plates (on a total of 8 sheets). California DMG Open File Report Geology for Planning Eureka and Fields Landing Minute Quadrangles, Humboldt, County, California. By Richard T.

Kilbourne, Lalliana Mualchin and George J. Saucedo. 49 Pages, 6 figures, 4 tables, 2 plates in pocket (on a. Cooper-Clark and Associates,Preliminary map of landslide deposits in Santa Cruz County, in Seismic Safety Element of the County General Plan: Santa Cruz County, California, Planning Department, 1 sheet, map scaleThe purpose of this Local Coastal Plan Update is to revise the LCP to reflect policies related to coastal development that were adopted by the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors in General Plan In addition, this LCP Update adds new information and policy in the following areas: sea level rise ( planning horizon), biotic resources, geologic hazards, water quality, and public access.

The Burdell Mountain fault is one of several northwest-trending faults that are to the west of the Petaluma Valley fault. The Burdell Mountain fault is a nearly vertical fault that extends 18 km northwest from San Pablo Bay past the northeast flank of Burdell Mountain into the hills of western Sonoma County.

alternative ways the ground water resources of the county may be used ctively with the Russian River and other surface water sources. The present study was designed to augment an earlier countywide investiga­ tion of geology a d hydrology conducted jointly by the Sonoma County Planning.

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Huffman, M.E. and C.F. Armstrong,Geology for Planning in Sonoma County, California Division of Mines and Geology Special Report 5. Jennings, C.W.,Preliminmy Geologic Map of the Santa Rosa minute Quadrangle, Sonoma County, California, Scale 1" =.

The Geysers Geothermal Field, Sonoma County, California}, author = {Bacon, C F}, abstractNote = {The effects of the blowout of Union Oil Company geothermal well ''G.D.C.'' are described, photographed, and diagrammed.

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Sonoma Volcanics- Mafic lava flows, breccias, agglomerate tuff, tuff breccia with GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE PETALUMA RIVER ' QUADRANGLE and Armstrong, C.F.,Geology for planning in Sonoma County, California: California Division of MInes and Geology Special Report31 p., plate 3A, scale  The Public Land Survey System (PLSS) is a way of subdividing and describing land in the United States.

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Sonoma Mountain is a prominent landform within the Sonoma Mountains of southern Sonoma County, California. At elevation of 2, ft ( m), Sonoma Mountain offers expansive views of the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Sonoma Valley to the east.

In fact, the viticultural area extends in isolated patches up the eastern slopes of Sonoma Mountain to almost 1, feet ( m) in elevation. There are 12 Building Departments in Sonoma County, California, serving a population ofpeople in an area of 1, square is 1 Building Department people, and 1 Building Department per square miles.

In California, Sonoma County is ranked 24th of 58 counties in Building Departments per capita, and 14th of 58 counties in Building Departments per square mile.

Sonoma County includes the Santa Rosa-Petaluma, CA Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA Combined Statistical is the northernmost county in the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area region.

Sonoma is the southwestern county and largest producer of California's Wine Country region, which also includes Napa, Mendocino, and Lake.

Less than an hour from San Francisco, Sonoma County bills itself as the "Number 1 Wine Destination in the U.S." for good reason. Though not as famous as the neighboring Napa Valley, Sonoma County features a rolling landscape dotted with over wineries. The county ranks among the country's most agriculturally productive regions.

For more information, contact Ellie Muelrath by email at [email protected] or by phone at () February 16 - Gualala Point Regional Park - Bluff Top Coastal Access Trail Explore the boundary of the North American and pacific plates while marveling at unique geological sites along the Sonoma Coast.Bryant, W.A.,West Napa fault zone and Soda Creek (east Napa) fault: California Division of Mines and Geology Fault Evaluation Report FER, 9 p., scaleDavies, E.A.,The stratigraphic and structural relationships of the Miocene and Pliocene formations of the Petaluma.

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