USGS OF 60-59

Publication Details

  • Title:

    An aeromagnetic reconnaissance of the Cook Inlet area, Alaska
  • Authors:

    Grantz, Arthur, Zietz, Isidore, and Andreasen, G.E.
  • Publication Date:

    1960
  • Publisher:

    U.S. Geological Survey
  • Ordering Info:

    USGS Publications Warehouse
  • Quadrangle(s):

    Anchorage, Seldovia
  • Keyword(s):

    Aeromagnetic; Cook Inlet; Geophysics; Geophysics Search Tag

Bibliographic Reference

Grantz, Arthur, Zietz, Isidore, and Andreasen, G.E., 1960, An aeromagnetic reconnaissance of the Cook Inlet area, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 60-59, 58 p., 9 sheets, scale 1:63,360.

Publication Products

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    • Figure 2 Major physiographic provinces of the Cook Inlet area, Alaska (125.0 K)
    • Figure 3 Generalized geologic map of the Cook Inlet area, Alaska, showing position of aeromagnetic flight lines and magnetic trends, scale 1:500,000 (1.2 M)
    • Figure 3.1 Explanation for Figure 3 (105.0 K)
    • Figure 4 Total intensity aeromagnetic profiles of the northern Cook Inlet area, Alaska, flight lines 25 to 95, scale 1:500,000 (563.0 K)
    • Figure 5 Total intensity aeromagnetic profiles of the central Cook Inlet area, Alaska, flight lines 95 - 170, scale 1:500,000 (863.0 K)
    • Figure 6 Total intensity aeromagnetic profiles of the southern Cook Inlet area, Alaska, flight lines 170 to 213, scale 1:500,000 (224.0 K)
    • Figure 7 Outline of the Mesozoic and Cenozoic tectonic elements of the Cook Inlet area, Alaska (123.0 K)
    • Figure 8 Hypothetical structure section across the Chinitna magnetic gradient (72.0 K)
    • Figure 9 Comparison of aeromagnetic profiles across Cook Inlet and Copper River lowlands, Alaska and the Great Valley, California, scale 1:63,360 (130.0 K)

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