Eugene, Oregon 97403 AbstractZeolites and associated minerals occur in a tholeiitic basaltic pillow lava sequence that makes up part of the Eocene Siletz River Volcanics in the central Coast Range, Oregon.
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The Eugene area became known for its fossils through Dr. Thomas Condon, first Professor of Geology at the University of Oregon, who began collecting there about 80 years ago. Since that time many species of fossils have been discovered and identified, and both the