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|Statement||Herman A. Karl and Paul R. Carlson|
|Series||Open-file report -- 84-89, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 84-89|
|Contributions||Carlson, Paul R. 1933-, Geological Survey (U.S.)|
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Get this from a library. Surface and near-surface geology, Navarin basin province: results of the field seasons. [Herman A Karl; Paul R Carlson; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The Navarin basin province includes a very wide, flat (°) continental shelf, a rugged moderately steep (3°-8°) slope between and m of water depth that is deeply cut by five large submarine canyons, and a broad gentlyAuthor: Herman A.
Karl, P.R. Carlson. Two types of morphologic features in the head of Navarinsky Canyon are attributed to mass movement of near-surface sediment. A series of pull-aparts is located downslope of large sand waves.
These pull-aparts, possibly induced by liquefaction, affect the upper 5 to 10 m of sandy sediment (water depths to m) on a 1 o Surface and near-surface geology. A hummocky elongate mound of muddy sand Cited by: 6. In: Karl HA, Carlson PR (eds) Surface and Near-Surface Geology, Navarin Basin Province: Results of the –81 Field Seasons.
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 84–89, pp 15–20 by: 9. Cambridge Core - Sedimentology and Stratigraphy - Seabed Fluid Flow - by Alan JuddAuthor: Alan Judd, Martin Hovland.
The surface and near-surface geology, geomorphology and natural resources of Kuwait have been reviewed based on the published work. The stratigraphy and structure of the near-surface sediments of Kuwait have been mainly controlled by the Tertiary tectonic activity of the Arabian Shield.
Radiolarians from the surface sediments of the Navarin Basin geologic province in the western part of the Bering Sea are more diverse and abundant than previous reports indicate. The shelf is dominated by two spongy radiolarian species groups (Stylochlamydium venustum and Spongotrochus glacialis groups), while the slope has more by: The unevenness of the occurrence of petroleum, it should be remembered, is due in part to the unevenness of the exploration effort.
This, in turn, depends on such variables as current geologic thought about the occurrence of petroleum, and on economic and political factors that either aid or hinder exploration. A geologic map is a special-purpose map made to show geologic features.
Geologic maps show the types and ages of rocks and younger deposits that are found at or near the Earth’s surface. This fundamental tool for earth scientists, maps show map units, faults and folds, cross sections, and other regional or local features, depending on map scale. Book Cliff References.
Carbonates & Sea Level Navarin basin province book. Surface and near-surface geology References. Permian Basin Geology. Permian Basin Tectonics. Permian Basin Petroleum. Conclusions and Comparisons. This erosional surface parallels the migration of the shoreface "razor" across previously deposited coastal deposits.
Burrows in this surface are often filled. Several geologic and oceanographic processes that may be active in and around Navarin Basin province could be hazardous to commercial development. These potential hazards include submarine slides; sea-floor instability resulting from disturbance of gas-charged sediment; sediment transport and erosion caused by storm waves, tsunamis, internal waves, or bottom currents; pack ice Cited by: 4.
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The report discusses the geology and petroleum potential of the Navarin Basin planning area. The report presents and integrates new data and interpretations with the data obtained from the Navarin Basin COST No.
1 well, a deep stratigraphic test well. near-surface geology, Navarin basin province: results of the field seasons: U.S. Geologi cal Survey Open-File Reportp. Handa, N. and Tanoue, E.,Organic matter in the Bering Sea and adjacent areas: in D.W.
HoodCited by: 4. The broad shelf is about km wide from the coastline to the shelfbreak. The shelfbreak lies at a depth between and m. The continental slope ranges in width from 30 to 50 km and extends to an average depth of around m. The slope gradient ranges between 3° and 8°, and averages about 5°.Cited by: 1.
Lake Mead lies along the eastern edge of the Basin and Range province, an area characterized by alternating northward trending mountain ranges and intervening wide basins with low relief.
The Colorado River has cut deep canyons through the mountain ranges where the historic river channel is bordered by steep, high-relief walls composed. samples of which are surface samples (upper 30 cm).
Figures 8 and 9 show the variation across Navarin basin province of detrital grains and biogenic grains. Contour patterns on these two maps are essentailly the inverse of one another.
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This map presents a current view of non-energy mineral resources in the province and the extents of prospective areas for the exploration of undiscovered resources.
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR GEOLOGICAL SURVEY in Sediment Samples from the Navarin Basin Province (). Table 2. Summary of Ranges of Gas Concentrations (Cl-nC4) and Surface and Near-Surface Geology, Navarin Basin Province: results of the field seasons.
The hydrogeologic techniques used in the study included head monitoring in two wells, slug tests, and sediment analysis. The geophysical techniques included seismic reflection. refraction, and ground penetrating radar tests. The data sets were integrated to produce a model of the near-surface ([less than] 10 m deep) geology and hydrology.
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