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|Statement||by James E. Callahan.|
|Series||Geology of waterpower sites in Alaska, Geological Survey bulletin 1211-D, Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1211-D.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1211-D|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, D18 p.|
|Number of Pages||18|
|LC Control Number||79608409|
Title: Geologic reconnaissance of a possible powersite at Takatz Creek, southeastern Alaska; Author(s): Callahan, J.E. Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey; Series and Number: Bulletin D; Larger Work: Geology of water power sites in Alaska Publication Date: ; Map Scale: ,; Cross Section: None. Geologic Reconnaissance of a Possible Powersite at Takatz Creek. I E Geologic Reconnaissance of a Proposed Powersite at Lake Grace. I Geology of the Ransom Quadrangle Lackawanna, Luzerne, and Wyoming Counties. I A . Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader. American Geology Geologic Time Scale (Palmer, )), and to their predominant rock types (following the International Union of Geological Sciences classification scheme (Streckheisen, )). Areas in which intrusive rocks contain a significant component of country rock are shown by a stipple pattern on the geologic map.
Reconnaissance geology and U-Pb geochronology of the west flank of the Coast Mountains between Juneau and Skagway, southeastern Alaska Author(s) George E. Gehrels. Return to Geology. Interactive map viewer for the Geologic Map of Alaska (SIM) This is an interactive version of the Alaska geologic map database which allows a user to view and access many features of the database and map through a standard web browser. In other words, there is no need for or knowledge of specialized GIS software. This map and associated digital databases are the result of compilation and interpretation of published and unpublished ,scale and limited , to ,scale maps. Covering the entire state of Alaska, it reflects more than a century of work by a host of geologists and almost two decades of compilation work. There are two versions of the map: a detailed digital version, and a. 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.
Alaska, the largest outlying possession of the United States, is that great land mass forming the northwestern extremity of the North American continent, whose western point is within 60 miles of the Asiatic coast (PI. II). About one-quarter of this area lies within the Arctic Circle, and from the standpoint of geographic position must be regarded as an arctic province; but the southern. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY V. E. McKelvey, Director Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Smith, James G Geology of the Ketchikan D-1 and Bradfield Canal A-1 quadrangles, southeastern Alaska Geological Survey Bulletin Bibliography: p. Supt. of Docs. No.: 1. Geology-Alaska-Ketchikan region. I. Title. II. This collection of twenty-one papers continues the annual series of U.S. Geological Survey reports on the geology of Alaska. These contributions, which include full-length Articles and shorter Geologic Notes, are grouped under two broad headings: Mineral Resource Studies (ten papers) and Geologic Framework Studies (eleven papers). Reports on mineral resources discuss exploration geochemistry. This chapter summarizes the tectonic setting, geology, and tectonic evolution of the southern Alaska margin south of the Border Ranges fault system, which extends km from the Sanak Islands on the west to Chatham Strait on the east and seaward to the base of the continental slope (Fig. 1).