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Geology of the Chitina Valley and Adjacent Area, Alaska.

United States Geological Survey

Geology of the Chitina Valley and Adjacent Area, Alaska.

by United States Geological Survey

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SeriesU.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 894
ContributionsMoffit, Fred H.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21732180M

Geology: This occurrence consists of sulfide-bearing quartz veins up to 30 centimeters wide that cut Jurassic quartz monzonite of the Chitina Valley batholith (MacKevett, , ). A sample of vein material contained 10 parts per million (ppm) silver, ppm gold, 20, ppm copper, and ppm molybdenum (MacKevett, ). B / GEOLOGY AND MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE LARAMIE BASIN, WYOMING, , afb, 81 pages, 8 plates, 1 figure, $ 20 B / Moffit, F.H. and Maddren, A. G. / MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE KOTSINA - CHITINA REGION, ALASKA, , afb, pages, 10 plates (2 in pocket), 9 figs., $ 40 [The bulletin includes the Nizina Gold Placers].

Pavlis and Roeske () showed that clasts in sedimentary cover deposited unconformably on the Chugach accretionary complex were derived from Chitina Valley metamorphic rocks now lying km to the east, indicating at least km of dextral slip and a paleogeography adjacent to the Chitina Valley . In , Chitina, AK had a population of 92 people with a median age of and a median household income of N/A. Between and the population of Chitina, AK grew from 76 to 92, a % increase and its median household income N/A from N/A to N/A, a N/A% N/A.

Learn about the Geology of Alaska with maps, photos and expert descriptions! This 6"x9" paperback has pages that are packed with detailed information about Alaska Geology. The Plate II "Chitina River and Copper River Region, Alaska," Which Shows the Route; USGS Report, the Geology and Mineral Resources of: A Portion of the Copper River District, Alaska, Frank C. Schrader: And Arthur C. Spencer, States: "From A Point Opposite the Tonsina.


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Geology of the Chitina Valley and Adjacent Area, Alaska by United States Geological Survey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Geologic reconnaissance map of the Chitina Valley and adjacent areas, Alaska. Series Title: Bulletin (Geological Survey (U.S.)), no. Other Titles: Topographic reconnaissance map of the Chitina Valley and adjacent areas, Alaska.

Geologic reconnaissance map of the Chitina Valley and adjacent areas, Alaska. Geology of Chitina Valley, Alaska.

From abstract: The Chitina Valley and adjoining area form part of a rugged alpine region in the southeast corner of the main body of Alaska and include a portion of the Chugach Mountains and most of the southern half of the Wrangell Mountains, to the by: Plate 1, Topographic reconnaissance map of the Chitina Valley and adjacent area, scale( M) Plate 2, Geologic reconnaissance map of the Chitina Valley and adjacent area, scale( M) Insert p.

36, Fossils from the Permian rocks ( M) Insert p. 52, Fossils from the Upper Triassic rocks ( M). Geology of the Chitina Valley and adjacent area, Alaska / by Fred H.

Moffit. Format Online Resource Book Alaska. book [Washington, D.C.]: United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey, Washington: United States Government Printing Office Description. Genre/Form: Geological maps: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Moffit, Fred H.

(Fred Howard). Geology of the Chitina valley and adjacent area, Alaska. Part or all of this report is presented in Portable Document Format (PDF). For best results viewing and printing PDF documents, it is recommended that you download the documents to your computer and open them with Adobe Reader.

Moffit F. GEOLOGY OF THE CHITINA VALLEY AND ADJACENT AREA wps with some wear, stamp, contents vg, pp., 3 plts, 1 fig, 3 insets of fossils. Price: $ (stock#USGSBr) Price: $ (stock#USGSBr). 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. Quartz diorite of Alaska-Aleutian Range batholith and Chitina Valley batholith, quartz monzodiorite, quartz diorite, tonalite, and granodiorite.

NSAclass: Bundtzen, T.K., and Kline, K.,Reconnaissance geology and geochemistry of the Willow Creek-Hatcher Pass area, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological and Geophysical Surveys Public.

Shown on geologic sketch map of Wrangell Mountains and adjacent area undivided with McCarthy Creek shale (new). F.H.,Geology of the Chitina Valley and adjacent area, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin,p., (incl. geologic map, scale ,) was used as mapping unit that was too inclusive. Kuskulana formation is.

Karlstrom, N.V. et al. - Surficial geology of Alaska. - United States Geological Survey. 1 fold. & col. geol. mapca. x cm. in 2 sheets. Geological processes active in cold regions—periglacial processes such as solifluction, cryoplanation, and the formation of permafrost—are known throughout much of the area.

Dust is blown from active valley trains and outwash fans and is deposited as loess on the adjacent terrain. Alaska, the largest outlying possession of the United States, is that great land mass forming the northwestern extremity of the North American continent, whose western point is within 60 miles of the Asiatic coast (PI.

II). About one-quarter of this area lies within the Arctic Circle, and from the standpoint of geographic position must be regarded as an arctic province; but the southern. COPPER DEPOSITS OF THE CHITINA VALLEY By FEED H.

Copper was known in the Copper River region, which includes the Chitina Valley, from the days of the early Russian exploration along the Pacific Coast of Alaska, but it was not the special search until the time of the gold stampede in Exploration in the.

Moffit () published a summary of the geology of the entire Chitina Valley and adjacent area, but the relationships of the upper Mesozoic rocks of the Kotsina-Kuskulana Rivers area and nearby areas to. the Chitina Valley is the Riclinrdwn Highway and one of its branches leading to the town of Chitina on the west side of the Copper River oppmite the mouth of the Chitina River.

At Chitina it is necessary to use shot or an aerial tram to cross the Copper River, for the rail- mad bridge has hen washed out. East of the river the tracks of the. By FRED H. MOFFIT Copper was known in the Copper River region, which includes the Chitina Valley, from the days of the early Russian exploration along the Pacific Coast of Alaska, but it was not the object of special search until the days of the gold stampede in 50 MINERAL RESOURCES OF ALASKA, AND Moffit x has described the regional geology of the area in reports, on the Hanagita-Bremner region and the Chitina Valley.

A brief description of the nickel prospect is given in the Hanagita-Bremner- report,2 and a more detailed description is given by Overbeck.3 GEOGRAPHY. Geologic Maps. View maps showing geothermal resources, volcanoes, mineral prospects, and other features. For additional geological and geophysical maps, search the Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys' index of maps and publications.

Oil and Gas Maps. # Moffit F. GEOLOGY OF THE CHITINA VALLEY AND ADJACENT AREA wps with notation else light wear, vg, pp., 3 plts, 1 fig, 3 insets of fossils. Scarce. Price: $ (stock#USGSB) #A Ayvazoglou W. GEOPHYSICAL ABSTRACTS 88 JANUARY-MARCH.

PP / Wahrhaftig, C. and Black, R. F. / QUATERNARY AND ENGINEERING GEOLOGY IN THE CENTRAL PART OF THE ALASKA RANGE, A. Quarternary Geology of the Nenana River Valley and adjacent parts of the Alaska Range, B.

Engineering Geology along part of the Alaska Railroad,pb, pages, 10 plates (in pocket), 58 figs., 8 tables, $ Deposits, ranging in grade from lignite to anthracite, are of greater area than were originally contained in the State of Pennsylvania; and we know now geologically less than half of Alaska.

The U. S. Geological Survey estimates the coal area at 12, miles.Moffit, F.H.,Geology of the Chitina Valley and adjacent area, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Bulletinp., 5 sheets, scalePDF format ( K) Also available- 2 plates (maps) and 3 inserts (charts of fossils) Description of the geology of the Chitina Valley area.