Guide to late Pleistocene and Holocene deposits of Turnagain Arm

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Statementby Susan Bartsch-Winkler and Henry L. [i.e. R.] Schmoll.
ContributionsSchmoll, Henry R., Alaska Geological Society.
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LC ClassificationsQE696 .B29 1984
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Paginationiv, 70 p. :
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Get this from a library. Guide to late Pleistocene and Holocene deposits of Turnagain Arm. [S Bartsch-Winkler; Henry R Schmoll; Alaska Geological Society.] -- Guidebook prepared for a field trip in conjunction with the 80th annual meeting of the Cordilleran Section of the Geological Society of America, May 30 and June 1,in Anchorage, Alaska.

Guide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Deposits of Turnagain Arm, Pages i-vi, Guide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Deposits of Turnagain Arm Susan Bartsch-Winkler, Henry L.

SchmollCited by: 2. • Guide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Deposits of Turnagain Arm () • Journal of the Alaska Geological Society, Fourth Volume () • Guide to the Bedrock and Glacial Geology of the Glenn Highway, Anchorage to the Matanuska Glacier and the Mantanuska Coal Mining District ().

Out of the Late Holocene sea-level highstand at ca. ka, seven Late Pleistocene and Late-Middle Pleistocene palaeo-sea-levels (PSL) are today recorded along the coast of the Atlantic Atlas of Morocco: 1) as near-shore dunes (NSD) deposits, records.

Late Pleistocene and Holocene sea‐level change in the Australian region and mantle rheology. Masao Nakada. Research School of Earth Sciences, The Australian National University, Canberra, ACTAustralia.

Now at the Faculty of Science, Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, by: Late Pleistocene and Holocene depositional systems and the palaeogeography of the Dogger Bank, North Sea Simon Fitcha,b, Ken Thomsona,*, Vince Gaffneyb aSchool of Geography, Earth and. As the coastline retreated further landward and the water depth increased in the mid-late Holocene, a quasi-active sand sheet formed in the study area.

This is characterized by finer sediments than the underlying transgressive sand sheet due to the weakening tidal : Seok-Hwi Hong, Tae Soo Chang, Gwang-Soo Lee, Jin Cheul Kim, Jooah Choi, Dong-Geun Yoo.

The western part of the lake is filled by Holocene lake sediments (units D–F) and late Pleistocene pro-glacial lake deposits (unit B and C). Transparent reflectors in unit B are interpreted as distal by: The late Middle Pleistocene record starts with the Holsteinian lake sequences, some of which have been initiated already at the end of persisted through MIS 11 and terminated in mid-MIS Susan M Karl, Nancy R Vaughn, Timothy J.

Ryherd, Ed., “ Guide to the Geology of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, Anchorage, AK Susan Bartsch-Winkler and Henry Schmoll, “Guide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Deposits of Turnagain Arm”, Anchorage, AK.

Sedimentary Environments for Late Pleistocene to Holocene Deposits of Lake Kamo. ing from to †}. Concentration of TN in Group 2 is low from to % and shows a decreasing trend upward. Group 3 ( to m) corresponds to the lithologic Unit V and is divided into threeCited by: A latest Pleistocene and Holocene glacial history and paleoclimate reconstruction glacial deposits (e.g., moraines, glaciolacustrine sedimentation) may be late Pleistocene or early Holocene because they are mantled with the cal ka BP Mazama tephra and, locally, a 10,–11, cal yr BP File Size: KB.

Late Holocene uplift rates show an apparent increase of between 64 and % when compared with the longer-term uplift rates calculated from the LIg highstand terraces.

Furthermore, we discovered that the locations of fastest Late Pleistocene and Late Holocene uplift rates spatially coincide. To what extent the Holocene increase in. Turnagain Arm estuary is the southeast-trending extremity of upper Cook Glacial deposits border the mouth at the Anchorage Lowlands, Fire Island and Chickaloon, butGuide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene deposits of Turnagain Arm: Anchorage, Alaska Geological Society, 70 p.

Bartsch-Winkler, Susan, Ovenshine, A. T., and Author: Susan B. Bartsch-Winkler. Detailed Description. Holocene and late Pleistocene alluvial deposits, South Platte River corridor.

Details. Image Dimensions: x Location Taken: US Photographer. The dating of the Stone Age sequence in southern Africa has been considerably revised over the last decade, and one of the anomalies which has resulted is that the Middle Stone Age, now dated to bey B.P., does not immediately precede the Later Stone Age sensu excavation and analysis of occupation horizons dating between the most recent Middle Stone Age Cited by:   Abstract.

The Part 2 includes the information on Late Pleistocene and Holocene glaciation of Georgia. Reconstruction of old glaciation is conducted using the analogy approach both in the Caucasus main range and in the southern highland of : Levan Tielidze.

Susan M Karl, Nancy R Vaughn, Timothy J. Ryherd, Ed., " Guide to the Geology of the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska, Anchorage, AK Susan Bartsch-Winkler and Henry Schmoll, "Guide to Late Pleistocene and Holocene Deposits of Turnagain Arm", Anchorage, AK,/font>.

*In Turnagain Arm, bores range in sizefrom 1/2 foot to 6 feet high and travel at speeds between 10 and 15 mph. Knik Arm bore size and speed are on the low end of those figures. *A bore tide can be seen nearly every day somewhere in Turnagain Arm just afterlow. LATE PLEISTOCENE AND EARLY HOLOCENE VERTEBRATES AND PALEOENVIRONMENTS ON THE SOUTHERN HIGH PLAINS, U.S.A.* Eileen JOHNSON, The Museum, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TexasU.S.A.

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ABSTRACT Only a few vertebrate faunas are known for the Southern High Plains from the late Pleistocene and early Holocene. This. 3D seismic data from the Dogger Bank, North Sea, allow the mapping of Late Pleistocene and Holocene depositional systems in unprecedented detail.

The data demonstrate that glacial processes resulted in the development of incised tunnel valley systems. Late Pleistocene-Holocene period. METHODOLOGY Vegetation and topographic surveys were conducted as well as pedologic and cryostratigraphic investigations of the terrain to interpret local landscape and permafrost development through time.

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During the Last Glacial Maximum when sea‐level fell to ‐ m on the South Yellow Sea shelf, the study area became terrestrial exposed and flood plain deposits accumulated (unit U3).

A prominent transgressive surface occurs at the boundary between the Late Pleistocene deposits and the Holocene Author: Yong Yin, Peihong Jia, Qing Li. highstands up to 22 m BOL in the late Holocene (Kakroodi et al., ). The first Holocene sea-level curve for the CS was reconstructed by using outcrops in marine terraces and barrier deposits in Dagestan (Rychagov,; Fig.

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Fluctuations in CS sea-level have been studied in shallow and deep marine deposits focusing on different. This field guide describes a five day trip to examine deposits of Late Pleistocene-Holocene cataclysmic eruptions at Nevado de Toluca and Jocotitlan volcanoes in central Mexico.

We will discuss the stratigraphy, petrology, and sedimentological characteristics of these deposits which provide insights into the eruptive history, type of volcanic activity, and transport and emplacement mechanisms. Several deposits of Late Pleistocene and Late Pleistocene–Holocene age recorded an expansion of C 4 terrestrial plants before the establishment of the forest from ~20, cal yr BP to cal yr BP, which is not related to past arid episodes.

We recorded forests with onsets at – cal yr BP, – cal yr BP, and – cal Cited by: 1. Charred plant remains from sites representing 11 archaeological levels indicate that during the late Pleistocene rye was commonly used, together with seeds gathered from the floodplain.

During the early Holocene, rye and floodplain plants go out of use and barley then emmer wheat become common, pulses, lentils, peas and vetches increase in use Cited by: The climate in the last phases of the Pleistocene is the subject of this article.

Drill cores from the inland ice show that the temperature in the Antarctic began to increase ab years ago, causing sea surface level to rise. The Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene vegetational history of the vail site.

Michael Gramly, R. Palaeo-Americans and Palaeo-Environment at the Vail Sites, Maine. Persimmon Press, North Andover. 9 – Cited by: ALASKA GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS Publication Price ($US). Podocarpus in the Ixtacyola pollen record thus indicates a cooler late Pleistocene climate that caused it to expand its range considerably and descend into lower elevations.

Its disappearance at m probably resulted from a retreat of the tree upon an early Holocene temperature increase.which may correspond with the Younger Dryas. The Late Pleistocene/Holocene transition, c. – 14C yr BP, is characterized by a change from the herb-dominated vegetation to shrubby tundra withBetula sect.

Nanae and Salix. Alnus fruticosa arrived locally c. – 14C yr BP and disappeared c. – 14Cyr BP.The Late Pleistocene is an unofficial sub-epoch in the international geologic timescale in chronostratigraphy, also known as Upper Pleistocene from a stratigraphic perspective.

It is intended to be the third division of the Pleistocene Epoch within the ongoing Quaternary Period. It is currently estimated to span the time between c.and c.

11, years ago.