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Geology of the Lake Peters Area Northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska.
United States Geological Survey
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Rapid and early deglaciation in the central Brooks Range, Arctic Alaska Simon L. Pendleton1*, Elizabeth G. Ceperley1, the geomorphic evidence of such fluctuations in the Brooks Range, Alaska (USA), presents a unique opportunity to study past climate changes in this portion in the northeastern Brooks Range had mixed. The Asian tectonic plate continues to press its force northward in Alaska and is the cause of continuing episodes of earthquakes, now mostly along the Alaska Peninsula and the upper Aleutian Islands. The Ice Age In the meantime, since Alaska had been partially formed by .
Ql – Lacustrine (Lake) deposits Qsl – Solofluction lobe deposits Qca – Colluvial and alluvial deposits, undifferentiated Brooks Range, Northern Alaska by Thomas K. Bundtzen and Gregory M. Laird Map Area 27 25 3 36 26 20 22 28 26 22 18 Abstract. In the Sadlerochit Mountains and adjacent areas (Fig. ) the Carboniferous Lisburne Group, some to meters thick, was formed by a two-phase carbonate depositional cycle that began in late Mississippian time with the deposition of the basal Alapah Limestone and continued into Pennsylvanian time, when the Wahoo Limestone was deposited (Fig. ).Author: Augustus K. Armstrong.
The Alaska Range contains approximately km2 of ice, including thousands of glaciers ranging from isolated cirque glaciers. Batten, A.R. The vascular floristics, major vegetation units, and phytogeography of the Lake Peters area, northeastern Alaska. M.S. Thesis. pp. Batzli, G.O. Patterns of vegetation and herbivory in arctic tundra: results from the research on arctic tundra environments (RATE) program. Arctic and Alpine Research. (4)
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Get this from a library. Geology of the Lake Peters area, northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska: the stratigraphy, petrology, structural geology, and glacial history of the sedimentary and low-grade metamorphic rock sequence in the Lake Peters area. [Bruce L Reed; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- "The stratigraphy, petrology, structural geology, and glacial history of the sedimentary and low-grade.
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Get this from a library. Geology of the Lake Peters area, northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska: the stratigraphy, petrology, structural geology, and glacial history of the sedimentary and low-grade metamorphic rock sequence in the Lake Peters area.
[Bruce L Reed; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. CONTRIBUTIONS TO GENERAL GEOLOGY QUATERNARY GEOLOGY OF THE MOUNT CHAMBERLIN AREA, BROOKS RANGE, ALASKA By G. WILLIAM HOLMES and CHARLES R. LEWIS ABSTRACT Glaciers originating in the Franklin Mountains of the northeastern Brooks Range advanced in four major Pleistocene glaciations and in two minor Recent freelancerscomic.com by: 6.
throughout the Brooks Range. The most useful sources for information on the mineral deposits of the Brooks Range are the comprehensive summaries of the governmental literature by Cobb (a-l,a-b, ). Geologists with the U.S.
Geological Survey and Alaska Division of Geological and GeoAuthor: Donald G. Grybeck. Title: Geologic map of the Kavik River area, northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska Abstract: TheKavik River geologic map area consists of ~ square miles and ties together previous DGGS mapping in the Sadlerochit and Shublik Mountains area of the western Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) on the east and the structurally complex foothills and mountain front near the Kemik gas.
Lake Peters, one of the Neruokpuk Lakes, is a large, deep glacial lake, located in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in the northeastern Brooks Range.
Lake Peters, adjoining Lake Schrader, and the surrounding country are ideally situated for research in various. Alaska geologists Frank Schrader, J. Edward Spurr and Harold Goodrich pose in work clothes, USGS Photo Library.
During the s and s, the expeditions of the Navy and the Revenue Marine Service, as well as the observations of wandering prospectors, helped to chart the twists and turns of river systems in the Brooks Range. Preliminary report on sedimentary and metamorphic rocks in part of the Romanzof Mountains, Brooks Range, northeastern Alaska () Superseding Publications: Geology of the western Romanzof Mountains, Brooks Range, northeastern Alaska ().
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.
Geology of the Lake Peters area, northeastern Brooks Range, Alaska: the stratigraphy, petrology, structural geology, and glacial history of the sedimentary and low-grade metamorphic rock sequence in the Lake Peters area. Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Stratigraphy of Arctic Alaska Terrane Angayucham Terrane Structural Geology Geologic History Dalton Highway Roadlog Field Trip Stops ‐ Cited by: 8.
surficial geology of the alaska highway corridor, delta junction to dot lake, alaska by richard d. reger, de anne s.p.
stevens, and diana n. solie december this report has not been reviewed for technical content (except as noted in text) or for conformity to the editorial standards of dggs. released by state of alaska department of natural.
The Neruokpuk Formation in northeastern Alaska is a complex sequence of slightly metamorphosed rock units that lies below the major sub-Carboniferous unconformity. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag.
Saved in: Edge of tomorrow an Arctic year / Bibliographic Details; Main Author: Wright, Sam, Corporate Author: EBSCOhost books. Format: Online Book: Language: English: a Brooks Range (Alaska) |v Biography. Apr 09, · TheKavik River geologic map area consists of ~ square miles and ties together previous DGGS mapping in the Sadlerochit and Shublik Mountains area of the western Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) on the east and the structurally complex foothills and mountain front near the Kemik gas accumulation on the freelancerscomic.comh Year: Abstract.
The geology of Alaska bordering the Arctic Ocean can be visualized as a succession of depositional episodes separated by distinct tectonic or orogenic events that leave identifiable patterns in the geologic framework of the northern third of the state (Fig.
1).Cited by: phelps, james carl. "stratigraphy and structure of the northeastern doonerak window area, central brooks range, northern alaska." () diss., rice freelancerscomic.com by: 1. Big Bend anticline is near the northern edge of the Brooks Range foothills of northern Alaska.
The structure of the foothills is a low-taper triangle zone or passive-roof duplex within Brooks Range foreland basin deposits. The dominant structures are detachment folds locally cut by thrust faults and Big Bend anticline is one of these.As described by Till and others (a), unit consists of “white to gray (less commonly black), fine to coarsely crystalline, massive to platy marble and subordinate metalimestone and dolostone occurs discontinuously in all quadrangles within the map area.
|m locally contains abundant disseminated quartz or mica grains, and (or) interlayers of schist, quartzite, or phyllite.Tectonic evolution of the Brooks Range ophiolite, northern Alaska. All content in this area was uploaded by Ron Harris on Feb 02, Comment on rooted Brooks Range ophiolite.