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Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula

Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula

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Published by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services in Washington, Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Alaska,
  • Alaska Peninsula.
    • Subjects:
    • Formations (Geology) -- Alaska -- Alaska Peninsula.,
    • Geology -- Alaska -- Alaska Peninsula.,
    • Geology, Stratigraphic.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 64-69).

      Statementby Robert L. Detterman ... [et al.].
      SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1969, Geologic studies on the Alaska Peninsula ;, A
      ContributionsDetterman, Robert L.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQE75 .B9 no. 1969-A, QE84 .B9 no. 1969-A
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv, 74 p. :
      Number of Pages74
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1435055M
      LC Control Number93047010

      Stratigraphic framework and estuarine depositional environments of the Miocene Bear Lake Formation, Bristol Bay Basin, Alaska: Onshore equivalents to potential reservoir strata ES Finzel, KD Ridgway, RR Reifenstuhl, RB Blodgett, JM White, ?user=O_Yaj_oAAAAJ&hl=en. Exploration interest in Alaska’s Cook Inlet Basin is on the rebound – or so it seemed from the mood of the recent AAPG Pacific Section annual meeting held in Anchorage.. The oral session on “Oil and Gas Fields of the Cook Inlet, Alaska” was standing-room-only for several of the talks – and the post-meeting field trip “Sedimentology, Reservoir Quality and Tectonic Setting of Late @article{osti_, title = {Stratigraphic framework of inner shelf storm-dominated sand ridges, Alabama EEZ: Implications for sequence stratigraphy, global climate change, and petroleum exploration}, author = {Davies, D.J. and Parker, S.J.}, abstractNote = {The Alabama exclusive economic zone (EEZ) contains an abundance of orthoquartzitic shelf sand ridges elongate northwest-southeast Cenozoic Structural Evolution and Tectono-Stratigraphic Framework of the Northern Gulf Coast Continental Margin — Revisited After 25 Years J. F. Karlo, R. C. Shoup Lean Salt Architecture in the Gulf of Mexico - Where Have all the Diapirs Gone


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Get this from a library. Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula. [Robert L Detterman; James E Case; John W Miller; Frederic H Wilson; M Elizabeth Yount; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Sedimentary, volcanic, metamorphic, and plutonic rocks of Permian to Quaternary age are named, described, and correlated using standard stratigraphic :// Mesozoic and Cenozoic sedimentary and volcanic strata are exposed all along the Alaska Peninsula, with a total cumulative thickness of ~14, m (Detterman et al., ).

Get this from a library. Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula. [Robert L Detterman; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- Sedimentary, volcanic, metamorphic, and plutonic rocks of Permian to Quaternary age are named, described, and correlated using standard stratigraphic ://   Geologic Framework of the Alaska Peninsula, Southwest Alaska, and the Alaska Peninsula Terrane By Frederic H.

Wilson1, Robert L. Detterman2, and Gregory D. Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula book Abstract The Alaska Peninsula is composed of the late Paleozoic to Quaternary sedimentary, igneous, and minor metamorphic rocks that record the history of a number of magmatic ://   General Information.

Title: Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula Author(s): Detterman, R.L., Case, J.E., Miller, J.W., Wilson, F.H., and Yount, M.E   Stratigraphic Framework of the Alaska Peninsula By Robert L. Detterman, James E.

Case, john W. and M. Elizabeth Yount Abstract This paper describes the sedimentary rocks exposed on the Alaska Peninsula, as well as some interlayered volcanic Geologic framework of the Alaska Peninsula, southwest Alaska, and the Alaska Peninsula terrane.

TEXT. XML. JSON. POD JSON Describes the peninsula’s terrane, geologic structure, and map units in detail. The geologic map Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula book stratigraphic terrane correlation chart are included here as PDFs. These are available in a separate report digitally ?cite= Cameron, C.E., Schaefer, J.R., and Mulliken, K.M.,Historically active volcanoes of Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Miscellaneous ?volcname=Kupreanof.

Detterman, R.L.,Revised stratigraphic nomenclature and age of the Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula book Group in the Cook Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula book region, Alaska, IN Geological Survey Research Kejulik bibliography information.

Cameron, C.E., and Nye, C.J.,Preliminary database of Quaternary vents in Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical ?volcname=Kejulik.

Sediments and stratigraphic framework of the Copper River fan-delta, Alaska //Sediments-and-stratigraphic-framework-of-the. Here we present new information from Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve on the Alaska Peninsula, that, when compared to time-equivalent rock units elsewhere in Alaska, sheds light on the likely ancient environment that allowed the migration of one group of dinosaurs, the hadrosaurs (duck-billed dinosaurs), across Beringia during the   The Alaska Peninsula Terrane; a definition by Frederic H.

Wilson, Robert L. Dettenaan, and J. Case Introduction The Alaska Peninsula (fig. I), long thought to be an area with a simple ~eologic and tectonic history, is proving to have had a long Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula book involved hlstary since Paleozoic time.

Rurk () contrihuted fundamental data to our modern understanding of the region and laid out the basis The Alaska Peninsula-Kodiak Island segment is composed of the Alaska Peninsula, its adjacent islands, and their continental and insular margins. The Bering Sea margin north of the Alaska Peninsula consists mostly of a wide continental shelf, some of which is underlain by rocks correlative with those on the Alaska :// These digital databases are the result of the compilation and reinterpretation of published and unpublishedand ,scale mapping.

The map Stratigraphic framework of the Alaska Peninsula book covers approximat sq km (23, sq mi) in land area and encompasses much of 13 ,scale quadrangles on the Alaska Peninsula in southwestern Alaska.

The compilation was done as part of the U.S. Geological Survey's Alaska Biostratigraphic Analysis of Northwestern Alaska Peninsula Bristol Bay Basin Exploration Wells. The Alaska Department of Natural Resources, through both the Division of Oil and Gas (DOG) and the Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys (DGGS), completed technical studies in preparation for the areawide lease sale offering of state acreage on the Alaska Peninsula in October, ?scrollTo=ProductionForecasting.

The digital data here was created to assist in the completion of a regional mineral resource assessment of the Alaska Peninsula. Mapping on the Alaska Peninsula under AMRAP began in in the Chignik and Sutwik Islandquadrangles (Detterman and others, ). The Miocene Bear Lake Formation is exposed along the coast and mountains of the central Alaska Peninsula and extends offshore as part of the Bristol Bay Basin.

The Bear Lake Formation is up to m ( ft) thick in an offshore well and is considered to have the highest reservoir potential in this gasrich frontier basin. Our new macrofossil and palynological data, collected in the context   The US Chukchi Shelf is a proven petroleum province similar to the prolific hydrocarbon-bearing region in the adjacent North Slope of Alaska.

This shelf is part of the Arctic Alaska plate that was presumably connected to the Canadian Arctic Islands until the opening of the Canada Basin. A new data set ( km) of deep 2D seismic reflection profiles, acquired in and depth processed to 40 Geologic framework of the Alaska Peninsula, southwest Alaska, and the Alaska Peninsula terrane Describes the peninsula’s terrane, geologic structure, and map units in detail.

The geologic map and stratigraphic terrane correlation chart are included here as ://?thcode=2&term=   sequence stratigraphy. sequence stratigraphy is the analysis of sedimentary deposits in a time-stratigraphic context. It usually involves subdividing a sedimentary basin fill into individual sequence s of deposition (hence the name), which can then be linked to changes in the two fundamental parameters of sediment supply and accommodation (the amount of space available for deposition)?pageid= A new terrane map compelled at a scale of million is a comprehensive portrayal of the major tectono-stratigraphic terranes, pre-accretionary plutonic rocks, faults or sutures that bound terranes, and younger overlap sedimentary, volcanic, and plutonic assemblages of :// The American Association of Petroleum Geologists is an international organization with o members in plus countries.

The purposes of this Association are to advance the science of :// Julie A. Dumoulin, Anita G. Harris and John E. Repetski,Carbonate rocks of the Seward Peninsula, Alaska: Their correlation and paleogeographic significance: Geological Society of America The stratigraphic record shows four cycles of sedimentation and tectonism that are bounded by three regional unconformities in lower Cook Inlet and by four thrust faults and the modern Benioff zone in flysch rocks of the Kenai Peninsula and the Gulf of Marwan Wartes; Marwan Wartes.

Deep-water canyons and sequence-stratigraphic framework of the Upper Jurassic Naknek Formation, south-central Alaska upper Alaska Peninsula. :// NEOGENE RETROARC BASIN DEVELOPMENT, BRISTOL BAY BASIN, ALASKA PENINSULA.

FINZEL, Emily S., New measured sections with additional palynological and megafossil data have been used to establish a stratigraphic framework for the BLF and overlying MRF in the Port Moller area. The BLF represents a transgressive marine succession that grades from   The Carboniferous Lisburne Group of Northeastern Alaska: Stratigraphic Framework, Paleogeography, and Depositional History - Abstract Author: K.

Watts Subject: Arctic Slope carbonates: A Short Course. An Introduction to Carbonates with an Emphasis on the Arctic Slope Region,Pages Keywords: Alaska Geological Society Created The earliest known opening of Bering Strait in signaled by the presence in southern Alaskan Neogene strata of the marine bivalve mollusk Astarte, which had dwelled throughout the Cenozoic in the Arctic and North Atlantic e occurs with age-diagnostic marine diatoms in the middle and upper Miocene Bear Lake Formation of the Alaska Peninsula, southwestern :// The specimens used in this study were collected from the Sandy Ridge stratigraphic section of the Milky River Formation, on the distal part of the Alaska Peninsula, southwestern Alaska, at 56°70′N °92′W, in August and Julywhich lies some 15 km northeast of the Milky River Formation type locality.

This stratigraphic section   GEOLOGIC MODEL OF THE GEOTHERMAL ANOMALY AT PILGRIM HOT SPRINGS, SEWARD PENINSULA, ALASKA. Joshua K. Miller. 1, Dr. Anupma Prakash. 2, Dr. Ronald Daanen. 3, at m depth seen in the stratigraphic cross-section and MT survey is assumed to be a smectite or mixed layer clay.

This interpretation is based upon This book brings together the widely scattered observations about Permian rocks of the northern part of Pangea. In Volume 2 the conventional stratigraphic framework is applied to a variety of Permian basins from North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Finally, the remarkable hydrocarbon and phosphate resources of these regions are described and discussed in papers which focus   Geophysical investigations of the Geologic and Hydrothermal Framework of the Pilgrim Springs Geothermal Area, Alaska Jonathan M.G.

Glen, Darcy K. McPhee, Paul A. Bedrosian located on the Seward Peninsula in west-central Alaska, is characterized by hot springs, surrounding thawed regions, and elevated lake temperatures.

stratigraphic Tertiary stratigraphic framework of coastal provinces in Washington and British Columbia Pages Significance of the trans-cordilleran olympic-wallowa zone in geologic evolution of the Washington and British Columbia coastal regions Important differences are: Sequence 1) The Elwood of NE IL, with its conspicuous Platymerella brachiopod beds, is absent in NW IL; Sequence 2) The abundance of chert in the Blanding and Hopkinton of NW IL is more similar to time-equivalent rocks in NE WI and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan than to the chert free Kankakee in NE ://   Alaska, as shown in the map at right.

On the Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound the dialect is Chugach Alutiiq, with the Alaska Peninsula sub-dialect to the east of Kodiak.

While we can understand each other, Chugach and Alaska Peninsula Alutiiq vocabulary and pronunciations are quite different from the Kodiak Alutiiq   Neotectonic framework of the north-central Alaska Range foothills S.P. Bemis and W.K. Wallace Geomorphic evidence of active transpressional deformation in the Tanana foreland basin, south-central Alaska M.E.

Lesh and K.D. Ridgway Tectonic Configuration of Southern Alaska?Bearings on Mineral Exploration Christ A., Schenk O., Salomonsen P. () Using Stratigraphic Forward Modeling to Model the Brookian Sequence of the Alaska North Slope. In: Raju N. (eds) Geostatistical and Geospatial Approaches for the Characterization of Natural Resources in the :// AAPG Pacific Section Annual Meeting Innovating the Future: Discovery to Recovery Anchorage, Alaska, MaySearch and Discovery Article # () Posted Janu Select letter corresponding to first letter of author's last   Stratigraphic framework and estuarine depositional environments of the Miocene Bear Lake Formation, Bristol Bay basin, Alaska: Reservoir strata in a frontier gas-rich basin.

Alaska Peninsula: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Preliminary Investigative Report55 p., 2. Geologica Acta, Vol, Nº 4, Contributions to the geological evolution of pdf Iberian Peninsula: a tribute to Pere Santanach FOREWORD This special issue celebrates the career of Pere Santanach, who retired in (Fig.

1). Pere Santanach obtained his Geology Degree in and, after that, one of the Sedimentology of three well‐exposed, bayhead delta deposits within the well‐known stratigraphic framework of the Book Cliffs, Utah, and comparison to modern bayhead deltas provide insight into their variability, and a model for reservoir ://  University of Alaska (UAF), Fairbanks, AK Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys (DGGS), Fairbanks, AK.

Ebook Bay ebook and Alaska Peninsula, showing the state area-wide location, previous wells, and the block, within which oil and gas leases were bought by Shell Oil Corporation and Hewitt Minerals Corporation for a combined total of $ ://