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Depositional environments of the Prince Creek Formation along the east side of the Toolik River, Sagavanirktok Quadrangle, North Slope, Alaska

Bibliographic Reference

Flaig, P.P., and van der Kolk, D.A., 2015, Depositional environments of the Prince Creek Formation along the east side of the Toolik River, Sagavanirktok Quadrangle, North Slope, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Preliminary Interpretive Report 2015-4, 17 p., 1 sheet. http://doi.org/10.14509/29407

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Alluvial; Alluvial Deposits; Alluvium; Arctic Alaska; Basins; Channel; Clastics; Clay; Climate; Coal; Coastal Plain; Colville Basin; Colville Basin Foldbelt; Cross Section; Depositional Environment; Economic Geology; Energy; Energy Resources; Floodplain; Fluvial; Fossils; Geology; Helicopter Survey; Lacustrine; Lacustrine Sedimentation; Lakes; Levees; Lignite; Meandering Fluvial; Measured Sections; Measured Stratigraphic Section; Megafossils; North Slope; North Slope Basin; Oil and Gas; Paleobotany; Paleocene; Paleochannel; Paleoclimate; Paleocurrent; Paleoecology; Paleoentomology; Paleoenvironment; Paleogeography; Paleomagnetics; Paleontology; Paleosols; Paludal; Palynology; Peat; Petrified Wood; Petroleum; Plant Fossils; Plants; Prince Creek Formation; Quartz; Reconstructions; Reservoir; Rock Units; Sand and Gravel; Sandstone; Sediment; Sediment Transport; Sedimentary; Sedimentary Rocks; Sedimentation; Sedimentology; Shale; Siderite; Soils; Solifluction; Sorting; Stratigraphy; Stream Flow; Stream Sediments; Subsidence; Subsurface; Tectonics; Toolik River; Topography; Unconformity; Uplift

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