2 edition of Geological literature on the Cook Inlet Basin & vicinity, Alaska found in the catalog.
Geological literature on the Cook Inlet Basin & vicinity, Alaska
Maher, John Charles
1969 by State of Alaska, Dept. of Natural Resources in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey in [Juneau] .
Written in English
|Statement||by J.C. Maher and W.M. Trollman.|
|Contributions||Trollman, W. M.|
|LC Classifications||Z6034 U5 A44|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
Geochemical correlation of oil from the Ayoluengo field 27 GEOLOGICAL SETTING The Basque-Cantabrian Basin This is a Mesozoic-early Cenozoic sedimentary basin located in northern Spain (Fig. 1), which was folded and thrusted during the Pyrenean orogeny in Tertiary ggl14i.top by: LM1 deformation is also recorded more locally in southern Alaska, including within the Goodnews and Kilbuck terranes in the Ahklun Mountains, the Wrangellia terrane and Nutzotin basin in the Alaska Range, and within the McHugh Complex in the Chugach Mountains on the east side of Cook ggl14i.top by: Southern Alaska: Siderite mineralized wood has been reported from Late Miocene coal beds exposed along the coast of Cook Inlet, near Homer, Alaska, but the mineralogy has not been described in detail [51,52]. Stumps and roots exposed by weathering of intertidal strata are very ggl14i.top by: 3.
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Get this from a library. Geological literature on the Cook Inlet basin and vicinity, Alaska. [John C Maher; W M Trollman; Alaska. Department of Natural Resources.]. Apache Corp., Alaska Division of Oil and Gas, and Weatherford Laboratories,Porosity and permeability, XRD data, core sample photos, and core descriptions from the Shell Western E&P Inc.
MGS #A well, Cook Inlet basin: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Materials Center Data Report18 p. Browse all of the USGS publications warehouse by following a link tree.
Skip to main content. An official website of the United States government Cook Inlet basin, Alaska, Open-File Report Alaska Peninsula, Alaska: Chapter 6 in A geological and geophysical study of the gold-silver vein system of Unga Island. Cook Inlet Wetlands Literature Cited. Many wetlands in the Cook Inlet lowlands, Alaska have been classified and mapped as part of an ongoing project to better manage these valuable resources.
surrounding Cook Inlet, the Nenana Gravels in the Alaska Range and the Chickaloon Formation in the Matanuska Valley, to name a few. The degree of weathering on a particular rock unit affects the rock hardness and can vary widely. Adleman, Jennifer, and Snedigar, Seth,The Alaska Volcano Observatory's information management systems during the eruption of Augustine Volcano, Cook Inlet, Alaska [abs.]: Cities on Volcanoes 5 Conference, Abstract volume, Shimabara, Japan, abstract number O, p.
of unpaginated document. Geologic Framework for the National Assessment of Carbon Dioxide Storage Resources─Alaska North Slope and Kandik Basin, Alaska. By William H. Craddock, Marc L.
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Skip to main content. An official website of the United States government Pubs Warehouse Home > Browse > Book. Browse the USGS Publication Warehouse Geologic framework and petroleum systems of Cook Inlet basin, south-central Alaska,(). Review: Groundwater in Alaska (USA) US Geological Survey Alaska Science Center, Much of Cook Inlet Basin, and indeed, much of.
Alaska, is covered by wetla nds. Extensive wetlands. WRI Public Water-Supply Systems and Associated Water Use in Tennessee, U.S. Geological Survey, Water-Resources Investigations Report Water temperature of streams in the Cook Inlet Basin, Alaska, and implications of Ecological effects on streams from forest fertilization-literature review and conceptual.
By Arthur Grantz, Isidore Zietz, and Gordon E. Andreasen. (Geophysical field investigations.) A regional geologic interpretation of the magnetic field over the Cook Inlet area. 18p. 5 plates in pocket, 4 figures.
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Interpretive information that needs to be released immediately; maps and reports (and their supporting data) that need to be released as supporting documentation because they are referenced, discussed, or interpreted in another information product; preliminary findings (pending a final map or report); interim computer programs and user guides; bibliographies.
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In his May 6 entry Vancouver named Cook Inlet in honor of his former captain on this same coast, James Cook, and noted "distant stupendous mountains covered with snow and apparently detached from each other," a certain description of McKinley and its consort, Mount Foraker, from the inlet.
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Exploration for petroleum and natural gas is being conducted on many shelfs of the Pacific Ocean. Petroleum deposits are being worked off California, in Alaska’s Cook Inlet, and in the Japan, South China, Java, and Tasman seas.
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AK January Prepared by: Science. Cook Inlet, up the Susitna River on shallow draft river boats, the BB1 and BB2 that supplied the Cache Creek Mining Company (about 70 miles west of present Tal-keetna). They got the freight to the head of naviga-tion, about where the present railroad crosses the Susitna, but the overland route from there was too difficult and was abandoned.
The following references have titles that match your search criteria. The license area is located over miles from volcanoes in the Cook Inlet region. Alaska contains about 80 percent of all the active volcanoes in the United States and about 8 percent of the active volcanoes in the world.
The western shore of Cook Inlet contains seven volcanoes that have erupted in Holocene time (10, years ago). Sep 06, · That of the coast and that of the Yukon plateau are quite distinct. The Panhandle, along with the lisière (foreland), westward to Cook Inlet might be called temperate Alaska, its climate being similar to that of the N.W.
coast of the United States; while to the westward and northward the winters become longer and more severe. The cause of the. Dec 31, · a “most traveled” direct route from Anchorage to Nome, passing through Cook Inlet, hugging the protected south coast of the Alaska Peninsula, and then turning north into the Bering Sea at Unimak Pass.
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Assessment of the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Studies Program: II. Composition, Transport, and Hydrocarbon Absorption Characteristics of Suspended Matter in the Gulf of Alaska and Lower Cook Inlet. Assessment of the U.S.
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hydrocarbon fields where production figures can be cross-referenced to published literature or traceable sources. Alaska The McArthur River field, Cook Inlet, is producing hydrocarbons from J urassic tuffites and the vicinity of a fracture zone or at fault intersections.
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The states are divided into counties. Since Swanson River Field (Cook Inlet, Alaska) A very different style of successful immiscible gas/oil displacement project is that applied to the Swanson River field’s Hemlock reservoir. Figs. and show an areal view of this reservoir and a type log through the Hemlock formation, respectively.
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