1 edition of geology of Alaska found in the catalog.
geology of Alaska
|Statement||edited by George Plafker and Henry C. Berg. Plates.|
|Series||The geology of North America -- vol. G-1|
|Contributions||Plafker, George., Berg, Henry C.|
Guidebook to geology of Anchorage, Alaska. [Lorie M Dilley; Thomas E Dilley] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lorie M Dilley; Thomas E Dilley. Find more information about: ISBN: Geology of Gravina Island, Alaska (OCoLC) Online version: Berg, Henry C. Geology of Gravina Island, Alaska. Washington: Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource.
Roadside Geology & Geology Underfoot: Learn about the Geology of your favorite state as seen from the highway! Gemstone Books: Learn about all kinds of gems and gem materials. Gold Books: Over fifty books and maps to help you learn how to find gold and know where to look. Earth Science Books: Learn about volcanoes, meteorites, extreme weather. Get this from a library! Quaternary geology of Alaska. [Troy Lewis Péwé; Geological Survey (U.S.),] -- A study of the glacial, periglacial, eolian, fluvial, lacustrine, marine, and volcanic deposits of Quarternary age in Alaska and paleoclimatic fluctuations in light of formation and disappearance of.
Coastal Geology and Ecology of the Outer Coast of Oregon and Washington and the Strait of Juan de Fuca. by Hayes, Miles O. Michel, Jacqueline. Homes, Joseph (Ill.) p., x Format: Paper. Price: $ This book will help you explore origins of the coastal features such as wave-cut rocks cliffs, sea stacks, wave cut rock. Alaska geology, though, doesn’t only consist of the catastrophic. Besides a vast array of massive glaciers, Alaska features geologic oddities like Katmai National Park’s Valley of Ten Thousand Smokes, where ash from a volcanic eruption remains in some places more than feet thick!
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Like all other Roadside Geology books - the Alaska version is great. The only setback being a lack of roads for 99% of the state. This is a great state to explore if you know or engage a bush pilot. That being said, the authors cover the roadless parts of the state with wide brush strokes describing Cited by: Written by a geologist with over twenty-five years of experience in the north, Geology of Southeast Alaska will entertain and inform with abundant photographs and detailed drawings.
Whether you want to understand the forces that shaped the state of Alaska, or you want to learn the basics of glacial movement, this compact, authoritative book is for you/5(6). In addition to roads and national parks, the book covers the boatside geology of Alaska, including the fjords of southeast Alaska, islands in the Bering Sea, and the Tatshenshini River.
Roadside Geology of Alaska is a must-have for any Alaska rock by: The Geology of Alaska: Book and Plates (The Geology of North America, Volume G-1) Hardcover – November 1, by George Plafker (Author), Henry C.
Berg (Editor)Author: George Plafker. 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.
The Geology of Alaska summarizes the onshore and offshore geology, tectonic evolution, and mineral resources of Alaska and the adjacent continental margin. The volume was prepared at a particularly appropriate time because it follows a period during which there has been an explosive increase in the amount, quality, and regional coverage of earth science data collected in Alaska and because the.
The book is well written and is a clear and concise explanation of the complex geology of Southeast Alaska. Those lacking a background in the geological sciences will appreciate the careful presentation of the materials needed to fully comprehend the text. I highly recommend this book /5.
Porphyry Molybdenum Deposits of Alaska, with Emphasis on the Geology of the Quartz Hill Deposit, Southeastern Alaska Author(s) James C. Ashleman.
Alaska DeLorme Atlas The Alaska DeLorme atlas gives you a complete set of Alaska topographic maps in a single convenient book. Southeastern Alaska, an archipelago also known as the “panhandle” of Alaska, is an approximatmi 2 area of intensely glaciated and heavily forested mountains that rise abruptly from a complex system of deep fiords and inland marine waterways.
This area is underlain by a complex and heterogeneous assemblage of rocks, and is cut by an intricate network of thrust, normal, and strike.
The Geography and Geology of Alaska book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work has been selected by scholars as being cultu. Harold H. Stowell is professor of geology at the University of Alabama. He began his career in as an exploration geologist and received his doctorate from Princeton University in Stowell has published extensively on mountain building, geochronology, and the genesis of precious and base metal deposits/5(6).
In addition to roads and national parks, the book covers the boatside geology of Alaska, including the fjords of southeast Alaska, islands in the Bering Sea, and the Tatshenshini River. Roadside Geology of Alaska is a must-have for any Alaska rock enthusiast. Book Chapter Geology of southwestern Alaska Author(s) John Decker 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. Filed under: Geology, Structural -- Alaska. Dynamic Geology of the Northern Cordillera (Alaska and Western Canada) and Adjacent Marine Areas: Tectonics, Hazards, and Resources (), by Thomas K.
Bundtzen, Warren J. Nokleberg, Raymond A. Price, David W. Scholl, and David B. Stone (zipped PDF and multimedia files with commentary at Alaska; MB). PP / Wahrhaftig, C. and Black, R. / QUATERNARY AND ENGINEERING GEOLOGY IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE ALASKA RANGE, A. Quarternary Geology of the Nenana River Valley and adjacent parts of the Alaska Range, B.
Engineering Geology along part of the Alaska Railroad,pb, pages, 10 plates (in pocket), 58 figs., 8 tables, $ COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Roadside Geology of Alaska book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. You'll never again consider geology 'boring' once you co /5.
Whether you want to understand the forces that shaped the state of Alaska, or you want to learn the basics of glacial movement, this compact, authoritative book is for you. Harold H. Stowell is professor of geology at the University of Alabama.
He began his career in as an exploration geologist and received his doctorate from Princeton. This map and associated digital databases are the result of compilation and interpretation of published and unpublished ,scale and limitedto ,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. In addition to roads and national parks, the book covers the boatside geology of Alaska, including the fjords of southeast Alaska, islands in the Bering Sea, and the Tatshenshini River. Roadside Geology of Alaska is a must-have for any Alaska rock : Mountain Press Publishing Company, Inc.Roadside Geology of Alaska book.
Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The biggest US state is full of superlatives. Denali, the /5.Mull, C. G. and Adams, K. E. / DALTON HIGHWAY, YUKON RIVER TO PRUDHOE BAY, ALASKA, BEDROCK GEOLOGY OF THE EASTERN KOYUKUK BASIN, CENTRAL BROOKS RANGE, AND EAST-CENTRAL ARCTIC SLOPE, in two volumes, Anchorage,pb, pages total, illustrated, one geological map in each volume, - 2 - $ 60 [This is a field trip guidebook with fold-out.