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Late Cenozoic history of the interior basins of Alaska and the Yukon
|Statement||L. David Carter, Thomas D. Hamilton, and John P. Galloway, editors.|
|Series||Geological Survey circular -- 1026.|
|Contributions||Carter, L. David., Galloway, John P., Hamilton, Thomas D. 1936-|
|LC Classifications||USGSCIRC# 1026 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||89-600059|
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This includes three 'modern' events from the 20th century, ten with limited data availability but potentially broad distributions, and six that are widely reported in interior Alaska and Yukon. Each tephra is assessed in terms of chronology, geochemistry and distribution, with new Bayesian age estimates and geochemical data when possible. Was all of Alaska covered by glaciers during the Pleistocene Ice Age? No--most of interior Alaska, south of the Brooks Range and north of the Alaska Range, was a non-glaciated grassland refuge habitat for a number of plant and animal species during the maximum Pleistocene glaciation. This chapter is the tenth in a series of 11 book-length.
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Get this from a library. Late Cenozoic history of the interior basins of Alaska and the Yukon. [Thomas D Hamilton; L David Carter; John P Galloway; Geological Survey (U.S.),]. Late Cenozoic history of the interior basins of Alaska and the Yukon Circular Edited by: L.
David Carter, Thomas D. Hamilton, and John P. Galloway. In geology, a proglacial lake is a lake formed either by the damming action of a moraine during the retreat of a melting glacier, a glacial ice dam, or by meltwater trapped against an ice sheet due to isostatic depression of the crust around the ice.
At the end of the last ice age about 10, years ago, large proglacial lakes were a widespread feature in the northern hemisphere. Yukon interior, Eastern Beringia 1. Bonnet Plume Basin. Arctic 34(4) distribution and source of Late Cenozoic tephra beds in the Klondike District, Yukon.
Canadian eds. Late Cenozoic History of the Interior Basins of Alaska and the Yukon. U.S. Geological Survey Circular Geologic History, Stratigraphy & Tectonics. Compared with other areas of the North American continent, Alaska formed in the recent geologic past.
Until million years ago, western North America terminated at the Rocky Mountains, miles further inland than the current shoreline, until the addition of the Yukon-Tanana Terrane. Quaternary Glaciations- Extent and Chronology, Part II Editors J.
Ehlers and P.L. Gibbard.9 Elsevier B.V. All fights reserved Late Pleistocene chronology of glacial Lake Old Crow and the north-west margin of the Laurentide Ice Sheet Grant D.
Zazula ~'2, Alejandra Duk-Rodkin 3, Charles E. Schweger ~, and Richard E. Morlan 4 1 Department of Anthropology, H.M. Tory Building Cited by: from the comprehensive book, The Geology of Alaska, which was published as one of the Ager, T.A.,History of late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation in the Copper River Basin, south-central Alaska, in Hamilton, T.D., and Galloway, J.P., eds., Late Cenozoic history of the interior basins of Alaska and the Yukon; Proceedings of 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.
PALEOZOIC AND PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS OF ALASKA AND THEIR ROLE IN ITS STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION ABSTRACT Acknowledging that there are large gaps in the knowledge of the geology of Alaska, the following threefold subdivision of Alaska into Paleozoic tectonic elements is proposed: (1) Southern Alaska-the Alaska Range and farther south.
Complex trench, forearc, and backarc basins developed across the Cordillera and the largest North American basin, formed in response to the Sevier orogen, became the site of the Western Interior Seaway. Late Cenozoic basins in the western Cordillera formed in. PALEOZOIC AND PRECAMBRIAN ROCKS OF ALASKA AND THEIR ROLE IN ITS STRUCTURAL EVOLUTION By MICHAEL CHURKIN, JR.
ABSTRACT Acknowledging that there are large gaps in the knowledge of the geology of Alaska, the following threefold subdivision of Alaska into Paleozoic tectonic elements is proposed:Cited by: Bibliography of Dr.
Glenn Berger’s Documents 10/10/ Late Cenozoic History of Mcquesten Map Area, Yukon Territory, with Applications to Placer Gold Research. (Master of Science), University of Late Cenozoic History of the Interior Basins of Alaska and the Yukon. (), U.S. Kupsch. Outcrop, The Northern Publishers, Yellowknife, N.W.T., pp.
Pleistocene vertebrate localities in the Yukon. In Late Cenozoic history of the interior basins of Alaska and the Yukon. This region is drained by the Yukon river and its tributaries, the largest being the Porcupine river, joining the Yukon from the northeast at its great bend near the Arctic circle, and the Tanana, flowing westerly, which joins the Yukon about miles to the southwest of Cited by: 6.
Fission-track ages of late Cenozoic distal tephra beds in the Yukon Territory and Alaska Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 19(11) · February with 7 Reads. History of Late Pleistocene and Holocene Vegetation in the Copper River Basin, South-Central Alaska.
In Late Cenozoic History of the Interior Basins of Alaska and the Yukon,edited by L. Carter, T. Hamilton, and J. Galloway, pp. 89– U.S. Geological Survey Circular Cited by: The sequence of glaciations and permafrost events proven to date in the Cordillera of Western North America Paleosols of Northwestern Canada, in L.D.
Carter, T.D. Hamilton and J.P. Galloway (eds.), Late Cenozoic History of the Interior Basins of Alaska and M.P. () Old Crow Tephra: A new Late Pleistocene stratigraphie marker across Cited by: 3. The Imaginary Mucks of Alaska and Siberia was "Arrowheads from NWA" world's weather, are covered in my book "Man and Alaska.
in Late Cenozoic History of the Interior Basins of Alaska and the Yukon. U.S. Geological Survey Circular no. pp. The Geology of Alaska. Authors: Plafker, George, and Berg, H.C., eds. Publication Date: ; Publisher: Geological Society of America ; Comments: Volume G-1 of Decade of North American Geology was published by the Geological Society of America (GSA) but is no longer in print.
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U.S. Geological Survey Circular noU.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA.ment the polyphase history recorded by L-S tectonites within the Yukon-Tanana upland, east-central Alaska.
These upland tectonites compose a heterogeneous assemblage of de-formed igneous and metamorphic rocks that form the Alaskan part of what has been called the Yukon-Tanana composite terrane. We build on previous kinematic data and estab.Funk, J.
M.,The late Quaternary history of Cold Bay, Alaska and its implications to the configuration of the Bering Land Bridge [abs.]: Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of .