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Surficial geology and geohazards in the Alaska Highway corridor, Alaska

Bibliographic Reference

Reger, R.D., Hubbard, T.D., and Koehler, R.D., 2021, Surficial geology and geohazards in the Alaska Highway corridor, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Professional Report 124, 149 p., 18 sheets, scale 1:63,360. https://doi.org/10.14509/29701

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Keywords

Active Fault; Aerial; Aerial Geology; Aerial Photography; Alaska Range; Alluvial; Alluvial Deposits; Arrow Creek; Bear Creek; Bedrock; Berry Creek; Cathedral Rapids; Chief Creek; Chisana River; Cockscomb Creek; Colluvium; Debris Flow; Delta Junction; Delta River; Digital Elevation Model; Dry Creek; Engineering; Engineering Geologic Map; Engineering Geology; Environmental; Eolian; Faulting; Faults; Flood; Floodplain; Fluvial; Gardiner Creek; Gelifluction; Gerstle River; Gis; Glacial; Glacial Deposits; Granite Creek; Granite Mountain; Gravel; Hajdukovich Creek; Holocene; Johnson River; Lacustrine; Lacustrine Sedimentation; Lake George; Late Pliocene; LiDAR; Liquefaction; Loess; Long Lake; Macomb Plateau; Midway Lake; Moon Lake; Moraines; Northway; Outwash Fan; Permafrost; Pingos; Pleistocene; Radiocarbon Ages; Radiocarbon Dating; Robertson River; Rock Glaciers; Sand; Sand and Gravel; Sawmill Creek; Sheep Creek; Slope; Stuver Creek; Surficial; Surficial Geologic Map; Surficial Geology; Talus; Tanana River; Tertiary; Tetlin Junction; Thaw Lakes; Thawing Permafrost; Thermokarst; Tok; Tok River; Tower Bluffs; Yukon-Tanana Upland

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