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by C.W. Poag

  • Author: C.W. Poag
  • ISBN: 0442273061
  • ISBN13: 978-0442273064
  • ePub: 1436 kb | FB2: 1808 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Earth Sciences
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 31, 1985)
  • Pages: 384
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Geologic Evolution Of The United States Atlantic Margin ePub download

This volume compiles the significant findings which began to be accumulated in 1974 during offshore petroleum explorations in the Atlantic Continental Shelf.

This volume compiles the significant findings which began to be accumulated in 1974 during offshore petroleum explorations in the Atlantic Continental Shelf. It's the first presentation of current geological data from the . Atlantic Margin from the inner edge of the coastal plain to the deep sea. A seismic grid of several thousand seismic reflection profiles is correlated with 48 deep borings and the same number of shallow core holes. These profiles are presented on 26 large displays that fold out to as large as 48 x 36''.

For example, along the eastern margin of the United States, the average value of β is about 2, estimated from the seismic profiles .

For example, along the eastern margin of the United States, the average value of β is about 2, estimated from the seismic profiles interpreted by Folger et al. (1979). The distance from the shelf break (at a depth of about 150 m) to the base of the slope (3-km isobath) is about 100 km; so the slope is about 1/30.

US Atlantic Margin by . please up date the binding on this book for it has a hardback cover, then paper back.

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It's the first presentation of current geological data from the . gov means it’s official.

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The continental margins of the world constitute the most impressive and largest . Current-Controlled Topography on the Continental Margin Off the Eastern United States. Evolution of the Margins of the Scotia Sea. Pages 567-579

The continental margins of the world constitute the most impressive and largest physiographic feature of the earth's surface, and one of fundamentally great geological significance. Pages 567-579.

The Atlantic Continental Margin: . Robert E. Sheridan and John A. Grow, Eds. Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO, 1988. + charts in slipcase. The Geology of North America, vol. 1-2. By Elazar Uchupi.

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