Argollo, Jaime. Geology, geomorphology, and soils of the Tiwanaku and Catari River basins

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3 Geology, Geomorphology, And Soils Of The Tiwanaku And Catari River Basins

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Methods

Geomorphology Of The Tiwanaku And Catari River Basins

Physiography Of The Research Area

Geomorphological Units

I. Units Of Fluvial Origin

Ii. Units Of Lacustrine Origin

Iii. Units Of Glacial Origin

Iv. Units Of Erosional Origin

V. Units Of Tectonic Origin

Vi. Eroded Forms Of Tectonic Origin

Vi-a

Vi-b

Vi-c

Vi-d

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Vi-e

Vi-f

Erosional Processes In The Tiwanaku And Catari Basins

Geology Of The Tiwanaku And Catari Basins

Paleozoic Geology

Devonian System

The Cumana Formation (carboniferous System)

The Kasa Formation (carboniferous System)

The Copacabana Formation (permian System)

The Collasuyo Formation (permian System)

Mesozoic Geology

Chaunaca Formation (cretaceous System)

El Molino Formation (cretaceous System)

Cenozoic (tertiary) Geology

Tiwanaku Formation (tertiary System)

Coniri Formation (tertiary System)

The Kollu Kollu Formation (tertiary System)

The Taraco Formation (tertiary System)

Undifferentiated Rocks

Quaternary Geology Of The Tiwanaku And Catari Basins

Quaternary Glacial Episodes

Fluvial Sedimentation

Quaternary Stratigraphy In The Research Area

Chilla River Section

Kollu Kollu-kallamarka Section

Chambi Chico Section

Kollu Kollu Section

Guaqui Alluvial Fan Section

Synthesis Of Middle Pleistocene Stratigraphy

Late Pleistocene Stratigraphy

San Bartolomé River Section

Wankollo Section

Quebrada Callijipina Section

Quebrada Pillapi Section

Taraco Section

Muncaña Section

Catavi Section

Synthesis Of Late Pleistocene Stratigraphy

Holocene Stratigraphy

Chusicani River Section

Tiwanaku River Section

Fluvial, Lacustrine, And Glacial Sequences Of The Holocene

Fluvial Deposits

Holocene Lacustrine Deposits And Oscillations

Holocene Glacial Fluctuations

Soils Of The Tiwanaku And Catari Basins

Texture Analysis Of Soils In The Study Area

Tiwanaku Valley Soils

Sample S-1

Samples S-2 And S-3

Sample S-4

Sample S-5

Samples S-6 And S-7

Sample S-8

Sample S-9

Sample S-10

Sample S-11

Sample S-12

Catari Basin Soils

Sample S-16

Sample S-17

Sample S-18

Sample S-21

Sample S-22

Sample S-24

Sample S-25

Sample S-26

Summary

Water Resources Of The Tiwanaku And Catari Basins

Drainage Patterns

Water Samples

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Title: Geology, geomorphology, and soils of the Tiwanaku and Catari River basins

Published in: Tiwanaku and its hinterland : archaeology and paleoecology of an Andean civilization, edited by Alan L. Kolata

Published By: Tiwanaku and its hinterland : archaeology and paleoecology of an Andean civilization, edited by Alan L. Kolata Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1996. 57-88 p.: ill., maps

By line: Jaime Argollo, Leocadio Ticcla, Alan L. Kolata, and Oswaldo Rivera

HRAF Publication Information: New Haven, Conn.: HRAF, 2003. Computer File

Culture: Tiahuanaco (SF45)

Subjects: Topography and geology (133); Soil (134);

Abstract: This chapter explores the geology, soils, and water availability and quality in the Tiwanaku and Catari River basins. 'Understanding the distrubution and character of these basic environmental variables is fundamental for a systematic interpretation of Tiwanaku agroecology.' (page 57).

Document Number: 11

Document ID: sf45-011

Document Type: Essay

Language: English

Note: For bibliographical references see document 8: Kolata.

Field Date: 1991 and 1992

Evaluation: Geologist-4, 5

Analyst: Sarah Berry ; 2002

Coverage Date: not specified

Coverage Place: Tiwanaku and Catari River basins; Bolivia

LCSH: Indians of South America--Antiquities

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