Tall mountain in the San Francisco Bay Area. Most surveys of northern California are measured from its peak.
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Literature Referring To This Location:
Moores, E. M., J. Wakabayashi, J.R. Unruh, and S. Waechter. 2006.
A transect spanning 500 million years of active plate margin history: Outline and field trip guide.
1906 San Francisco Earthquake Centennial Field Guides.
Centennial Field Guide.
Boulder, CO: Geological Society of America.
Shervais, John W., Benita L. Murchey, David L. Kimbrough, Paul R. Renne, and Barry Hanan. 2005.
Radioisotopic and biostratigraphic age relations in the Coast Range Ophiolite, northern California: Implications for the tectonic evolution of the Western Cordillera.
Unruh, Jeffrey R., Trevor A. Dumitru, and Thomas L. Sawyer. 2007.
Coupling of early Tertiary extension in the Great Valley forearc basin with blueschist exhumation in the underlying Franciscan accretionary wedge at Mount Diablo, California.
Geological Society of America Bulletin.
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Date and time this article was prepared:5:07:19 PM, 3/17/2023.