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    Short Notes on Alaskan Geology: 1979-1980
  • Authors:

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

    Alaska General; Beechey Point; Charley River; De Long Mountains; Eagle; Healy; Howard Pass; Iditarod; Mount Hayes; Ophir

Bibliographic Reference

Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, 1980, Short Notes on Alaskan Geology: 1979-1980: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Geologic Report 63, 32 p. http://doi.org/10.14509/417

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    • GR 63ALueck, L.L., 1980, Lead isotope ratios from the Red Dog and Drenchwater Creek lead-zinc deposits, De Long Mountains, Brooks Range, Alaska, p. 1-5.
    • GR 63BAlbanese, M.D., and Turner, D.L., 1980, 40K/40Ar ages from rhyolite of Sugar Loaf Mountain, central Alaska Range: Implications for offset along the Hines Creek strand of the Denali Fault system, p. 7-10.
    • GR 63CBundtzen, T.K., 1980, Multiple glaciation in the Beaver Mountains, western interior Alaska, p. 11-18.
    • GR 63DClough, J.G., 1980, Fossil algae in Lower Devonian Limestones, east-central Alaska, p. 19-21.
    • GR 63ECarter, L.D., 1980, Tertiary tillites(?) on the northeast flank of Granite Mountain, central Alaska Range, p. 23-27.
    • GR 63FMarch, G.D., 1980, Evidence for suprapermafrost ground-water blockage, Prudhoe Bay oil field, Alaska, p. 29-32.


Age Dates; Algae; Barium; Beaver Mountain Stock; Cantwell Formation; Denali Fault; Devonian; Engineering Geology; Fossils; Geochronology; Geomorphology; Glaciation; Gold; Groundwater; Holocene; Hydrology; K-Ar; Kuskokwim Group; Lead; Mount Galen Volcanics; Nenana Gravel; Paleontology; Pb/Pb; Permafrost; Petrology; Placer; Teklanika Formation; Tertiary; Tillites; Volcanic

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