3 edition of Prelimanary Geologic Investigations in the Kanuti River Region, Alaska. found in the catalog.
Prelimanary Geologic Investigations in the Kanuti River Region, Alaska.
United States Geological Survey
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1312-J|
|Contributions||Patton, W., Miller, T.|
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The southern Revillagigedo Island to Cape Fox area, southeast Alaska, is critical in understanding the regional structural development of the Alexander-Taku terrane boundary in southeast Alaska and its implications for the tectonic history of the Insular suture zone, which extends from southern Alaska to northern Washington. The study area offers what currently appears to be the greatest. The Brookian sequence of Alaska’s North Slope remains lightly explored, despite a number of successful discoveries in the past 20 years. In order to encourage new exploration and improve our.
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PRELIMINARY GEOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS IN THE KANUTI RIVER REGION, ALASKA By WILLIAM W. PATTON, JR., and THOMAS P.
MILLER ABSTRACT Reconnaissance geologic mapping and geocheinical studies in the Kanuti River region of central Alaska indicate three areas worthy of further mineral investi by: 6.
USGS Miscellaneous Geologic Investigations Map Publications In Augustthe I-map series name was changed from Miscellaneous Investigations Series Maps to Geologic Investigations Series.
All geologic maps approved for publication after August were. Results of Geological and Geochemical Investigations in an Area Northwest of the Chulitna River Central Alaska Range By C. Hawley, Allen L. Clark, M. Herd rick, and Sandra H.
Clark Abstract Sedimentary and volcanic rock units of Paleozoic and Mesozoic age, faults, and elongate bodies of intrusive rock, particularlyCited by: 7. Especially favorable is a large semiclosed basin drained by the kanuti kilolitna river.
Heavy mineral concentrates collected from surface alluvium in the Kanuti Kilolitna River Valley contained up to pct sn ( to Lb/yd3sn), up to 5 pct w, up to pct cb(nb), and up to pct ta. PRELIMINARY RESULTS OF RECENT GEOLOGIC INVESTIGATIONS IN THE HOMER-KACHEMAK BAY AREA, COOK INLET BASIN, ALASKA: PROGRESS DURING THE FIELD SEASON by David L.
LePain, editor November Released by STATE OF ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys College Rd. Fairbanks, Alaska. Wartes, M.A., Gillis, R.J., and Harun, N.T.,Revised mapping of the Upper Jurassic Naknek Formation in a footwall syncline associated with the Bruin Bay fault system, Chinitna Bay region, western Cook Inlet, Alaska, in Herriott, T.M., ed., Petroleum-related geologic studies in lower Cook Inlet duringIniskin-Tuxedni region, south.
A summary chapter provides an overview and presents a possible model for Alaska's Phanerozoic evolution. The Geology of Alaska is the largest publication produced in the Decade of North American Geology program, a fitting tribute to this magnificent area.
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The White River Ash (Lerbekmo and others, ), product of two of the most voluminous pyroclastic eruptions in North America in the past 2, yr, blankets much of the Yukon Terrtory, Canada, and a small part of adjoining eastern Alaska.
Lerbekmo and Campbell () narrowed the source of the ash to an area northeast of the Mt. Bona-Mt. Churchill massif in the St. Elias Mountains of southern Cited by: 2. Water quality of the Crescent River basin, Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, Alaska, USGS Scientific Investigations Report [Timothy P.
Brabets, Robert O. Ourso] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The U.S. Geological Survey and the National Park Service conducted a water-quality investigation of the Crescent River Basin in Lake Clark National Author: Robert O. Ourso.
A geologic preliminary investigation is a survey of the subsoil conducted by an engineering geologist in conjunction with a civil lly, the footprint of the structure is established on the proposed building site and trenches up to fourteen feet deep are dug both outside, and more importantly, inside, the proposed footprint using the bucket-end of a backhoe.
The North Slope of Alaska has re-emerged as one of the most active exploration provinces in the United States. Recent exploration successes, economic benefits of applying innovative exploration and production technologies, evolving industry demographics, rising oil and natural gas prices, and the anticipation that North Slope natural gas resources may become economically viable and marketable.
Geologic map of the Utukok River quadrangle, compiled from previously published and unpublished sources. This map is part of a collection of digital maps of northern Alaska, that span the transition from the Brooks Range to the Arctic coastal plain. AGS Technical Conference April 17th, 31 Geologic Map of the Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula Region, Alaska C.P Hults., ([email protected]), F.H Wilson, ([email protected]), and Nora Shew ([email protected]), U.S.
Geological Survey, Anchorage, AK, The geology of the Prince William Sound and Kenai Peninsula region (PWS. Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys,Volcanoes of Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Information Circular ICunpaged, 1 sheet, scaleAleutian arc volcanoes, ATTN: Geologic Communications Providence Drive University Avenue, Suite Anchorage, Alaska Fairbanks, Alaska Elmer E.
Rasmuson Library Alaska Resource Library University of Alaska Fairbanks C Street, Suite Fairbanks, Alaska Anchorage, Alaska Alaska State Library State Office Building, 8th Floor. Miscellaneous Investigations Map I, Scale1 sheet.
• Reger and OthersGeologic Map of Proposed Transportation Corridors. In The Chignik Quadrangle, Alaska: Miscellaneous Publications 61a and 61d.
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Shallow distributary bay deposits in the Schrader Bluff Formation, lower Colville River region, Alaska. A, bay sand flat deposits containing flaser beds, parallel laminations, small-scale cross-beds, abundant bioturbation, and roots (sections 19–20, Fig.
3). B, abundant vertical roots in bay sand flat sediment near sect Fig. by: Publication date Map Data Scale; Alaska Albers Equal Area proj. (E °--W °/N 61°--N 58°).
Series Scientific investigations map ; FAIRBANKS, ALASKA PHONE: () * P.O. Box Eagle River, Alaska Phone: () Attached herewith please find the final rep'ort entitled "A Geotechnical Investi gation of the Proposed King Cove Hydroelectric Weir Site on Delta Creek, Alaska"File Size: 3MB.