DGGS Gillis, R.J. and others, 2017

Publication Details

  • Title:

    Results of 1:63,360-scale geologic mapping and related field studies in the south-central Tyonek Quadrangle, Alaska: Late Paleocene?-middle Eocene transtension and post-Oligocene inversion on the northwest periphery of the Cook Inlet forearc basin (poster): American Association of Petroleum Geologists Cordilleran Section Meeting, May 22-24, Anchorage, AK.
  • Authors:

    Gillis, R.J., LePain, D.L., Herriott, T.M., Wartes, M.A., Decker, P.L., Shellenbaum, D.P., Benowitz, J.A., and O'Sullivan, P.B.
  • Publication Date:

    May 2017
  • Publisher:

    Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys 
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  • Quadrangle(s):

    Tyonek

Bibliographic Reference

Gillis, R.J., LePain, D.L., Herriott, T.M., Wartes, M.A., Decker, P.L., Shellenbaum, D.P., Benowitz, J.A., and O'Sullivan, P.B., 2017, Results of 1:63,360-scale geologic mapping and related field studies in the south-central Tyonek Quadrangle, Alaska: Late Paleocene?-middle Eocene transtension and post-Oligocene inversion on the northwest periphery of the Cook Inlet forearc basin (poster): American Association of Petroleum Geologists Cordilleran Section Meeting, May 22-24, Anchorage, AK.: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, 1 sheet. http://doi.org/10.14509/30139

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    • Sheet 1 Results of 1:63,360-scale geologic mapping and related field studies in the south-central Tyonek Quadrangle, Alaska: Late Paleocene?-middle Eocene transtension and post-Oligocene inversion on the northwest periphery of the Cook Inlet forearc basin (69.0 M)

Keywords

Apatite; Ar-Ar; Basins; Beluga Formation; Beluga River; Cenozoic; Conglomerate; Cook Inlet; Energy Resources Posters and Presentations; Eocene; Forearc Basin; Geochronology; Granite; Magmatic Arc; Miocene; Oligocene; Paleocene; Petroleum; Resources; Sterling Formation; Tuff; Tyonek Formation; U-Pb; West Foreland Formation

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