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Geology of the Alaska Peninsula: island arc and continental margin, part 1, by C.A. Burk

Geology of the Alaska Peninsula: island arc and continental margin, part 1, by C.A. Burk

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Published by Geological Society of America in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Alaska Peninsula

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE 83 B8 1965
    The Physical Object
    Pagination250 p. ill., maps
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21996247M

    Bristol Bay region, stratigraphic correlation section, southwest Alaska: Anchorage, The Alaska Geological Society, 1 sheet. Burk, C.A., , Geology of the Alaska Peninsula—Island Arc and Continental Margin: The Geological Society of America Mem p., 3 sheets. GMC Connelly, William, and Amoco Oil Co., , Data compilation and preliminary summary of the Alaska Peninsula field project: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Materials Center Data Report , 15 p., 2 sheets.

    Burk, C. A., , Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-island arc and continental margin: Geological Society of America Mem p., 2 maps, scales Alaska; Part 2, Alaska Peninsula and Cook Inlet regions: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper B, p. The Geology of Continental Margins. The Geology of Continental Margins pp , Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-Island Arc and Continental Margin: Geol. Soc. America Mem. 99 (3 pts.), p. Metamorphism and Ancient Continental Margins. In: Burk C.A., Drake C.L. (eds) The Geology of Continental Margins. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg.

    PDF | Neogene sedimentary rocks and sediments from sites on the outer continental margin in the southern Bering Sea and on the Alaska Peninsula are | Find, read and cite all the research you. Then enter the ‘name’ part of your Kindle email address below. Find out more about sending to your Kindle. an accreting terrane in the northern Gulf of Alaska. Geology. Burk, C. A. Geology of the Alaska Peninsula—Island Arc and Continental Margin (Part I). Geol. Soc. Am. Mem. pp. Chaney, R. W.


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Geology of the Alaska Peninsula: island arc and continental margin, part 1, by C.A. Burk Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Alaskan Peninsula is of special geological interest since it represents the continental margin of southern Alaska as well as a part of the Aleutian island arc.

The structural configuration of the Alaska Peninsula, based on recent field data, is shown in a new geologic map (,), and the regional geology of the area is presented on a. Accession Number: AD Title: GEOLOGY OF THE ALASKA PENINSULA-ISLAND ARC AND CONTINENTAL 1. TEXT.

PART 2. GEOLOGIC MAP IN TWO SECTIONS. PART 3. TECTONIC MAP. Corporate Author: GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA BOULDER CO Personal Author(s): Burk, C A Report Date: Jan Pagination or Media Count: Abstract: This report describes the geologic. Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-- island arc and continental margin.

[Creighton A Burk] -- This report describes the geologic history and structural configuration of the Alaska Peninsula. A geological map at a scale ofpresents in detail the results of recent field investigations.

Genre/Form: Maps: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burk, Creighton A. Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-island arc and continental margin. [New York, Geological Society of America] The Geology of Continental Margins.

The Geology of Continental Margins pp Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-island arc and continental margin: Geol. Soc. America Mem$, pts. 1, 2, 3. The Ancient Continental Margin of Alaska. In: Burk C.A., Drake C.L.

(eds) The Geology of Continental Margins. Springer, Berlin, by: Burk, C. / GEOLOGY OF THE ALASKA PENINSULA – ISLAND ARC AND CONTINENTAL MARGIN, GSA M 99 Part 1 - text, Parts 2 & 3 - geologic and tectonic maps in a separate slipcase (3 plates), Boulder,pages, 8 plates, 28 figs., 1 table, 5 appendices, - 3 - $ The structural configuration of the Alaska Peninsula, based on recent field data, is shown in a new geologic map (,), and the regional geology of the area is presented on a new tectonic.

The former subduction zone along the western continental margin in the Bering Sea has shifted southward to the Aleutian trench, forming the Aleutian arc starting in the Tertiary (Burk,p.

SUMMARY Alaska and western Canada are Paleozoic and Mesozoic belts of continental-margin accretion along the North Americanacific plate boundary. A compilation of observations of volcanic eruptions since and ash stratigraphy shows that Katmai National Monument on the Alaska Peninsula has had a long history of volcanic activity.

Six of the recently active vents lie in a gently curved arc, but two lie to the north of this arc and show no obvious structural relationship to it. Burk, C. (), Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-Island Arc and. Continental Margin (Part 1). Geological Society of America Memoir, 99, p.

secondary zeolites may have filled a large part of the primarv Burk, C.A.,Geology of the Alaska Peninsula Island arc and continental margin, Geological Society America, Mem, 25Op. Hopkins, D.M. and others,Cretaceous, Tertiary and early. The Aleutian Island Arc forms part of the northern boundary of the Pacific Ocean, stretching from the Alaska Peninsula in the east to the Kamchatka Peninsula in the west (Fig.

The islands of the arc are located on the crest of a large ridge that follows the same trend as the islands. MP Worden, A.K., Schaefer, J.R., and Mulliken, K.M.,Tephra occurrence in Alaska: a map-based compilation of stratigraphic tephra data: Alaska Division of.

Burk, C. A.,Geology of the Alaska Peninsula--island arc and continental margin: Geological Society of America lfem partsp. a, Geologic and structural map of part of the Outer Shumagin Islands, southwestern Alaska: U.S.

Geological Survey Miscellaneous Investigations Series Mapscale. Burk, C.A.,Geology of the Alaska Peninsula; island arc and continental margin: Geological Society of America Memoir, 99, p., (incl. geologic maps, scale 1. Analytical data Is listed in Table 1 rock sample descriptions In Table 2 and sample locations are plotted on the map.

References Belk man, H. M.,Geologic map of Alaska: U.S. Geol. Survey, scale l: 2, 2 sheets. Burk, C.A.Geology of the Alaska Peninsula — island arc and continental margin: Geol. Society of America Memoir It is a peninsula bordered by the Pacific Ocean, the Bering Sea, and the Arctic Ocean, and is separated from Asiatic U.S.S.R.

by the narrow, shallow Bering Strait. Roughly 1 1/2 million km 2 (, sq mi) of Alaska lie above sea level, and it possesses a continental shelf almost as great (primarily in the Bering Sea). Alaska extends through. Burk C A, Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-island arc and continental margin (Part 1).

Geol Soc Amer Mem, IAVCEI,   GEOLOGIC SETTING The continental margin (i.e., outer-shelf, continental slope, and continental rise) of the deep Bering Sea trends northwestward from Unimak Island, a short distance west of the tip of the Alaska Peninsula to near Cape Navarin, a pro- montory of.

Mark Howland assisted D.L. McGee during the initial field investigations inand DGGS geologist J.G. Clough and assistant M.A. Belowich aided the second phase of field investigations in 49 REFERENCES Burk, C.A., Geology of the Alaska Peninsula--island arc and continental margin.

Geol. Soc. Am. Plates 1 through 5 illustrate the most common fossils from the Alaska Peninsula and figure 1 indicates their probable age ranges and geographic Burk, C. A.,Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-island arc and continental margin: Geological Society of America Mem pts.p.Geology of the Alaska Peninsula-island arc and continental margin (Part 1).

Geol Soc Amer Mem, Henning R A, Rosenthal C H, Olds B, Reading E (eds), Alaska's volcanoes, northern link in the ring of fire.Burk, C.

A.,Geology of the Alaska Peninsula--island arc and continental margin: Geological Society of America Mem partsp. a, Geologic and structural map of part of the Outer Shumagin Islands, southwestern Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Investigations Series Mapscale.