DGGS PIR 2009-8
Title:Preliminary results of recent geologic investigations in the Homer-Kachemak Bay area, Cook Inlet basin: Progress during the 2006-2007 field season
Authors:LePain, D.L., ed.
Publication Date:Nov 2009
Publisher:Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
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Keyword(s):Beluga Formation; Biostratigraphy; Bivalves; Cenozoic; Cook Inlet; Cook Inlet Basin; Early Jurassic; Halobia; Jurassic; Late Triassic; Mercury; Mercury Injection Capillary Pressure Analysis; Miocene; Monotis subcircularis; Norian; Oligocene; Outcrop Samples; Paleoecology; Paleoenvironment; Paleontology; Scleractinian Coral; Sedimentary Rocks; Sedimentology; Sinemurian; Sterling Formation; Stratigraphy; Talkeetna Formation; Tertiary; Triassic; Tyonek Formation; Weyla; Weyla alata
LePain, D.L., ed., 2009, Preliminary results of recent geologic investigations in the Homer-Kachemak Bay area, Cook Inlet basin: Progress during the 2006-2007 field season: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Preliminary Interpretive Report 2009-8, 187 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/20161
- pir2009_008.pdf (6.2 M)
- PIR 2009-8ALePain, D.L., Wartes, M.A., McCarthy, P.J., Stanley, R.G., Silliphant, L.J., Peterson, Shaun, Shellenbaum, D.P., Helmold, K.P., Decker, P.L., Mongrain, Jacob, and Gillis, R.J., 2009, Facies associations, sand body geometry, and depositional systems in Late Oligocene-Pliocene Strata, southern Kenai Peninsula, Cook Inlet, Alaska: Report on progress during the 2006-07 field season, p. 1-97.
- PIR 2009-8BFinzel, E.S., Ridgway, K.D., and LePain, D.L., 2009, Sedimentology of an Oligocene-Miocene incised paleovalley, Tyonek Formation, Cook Inlet basin, Alaska, p. 99-107.
- PIR 2009-8CBlodgett, R.B., 2009, Report on day trip (5/16/07) to visit Mesozoic rocks exposed in Port Graham and near Seldovia, southern Kenai Peninsula, p. 109-116.
- PIR 2009-8DLoveland, Andrea, 2009, Mercury injection capillary pressure results from outcrop samples in the Homer area of Cook Inlet, p. 117-187.