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Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington

Robert J. Carson

Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington

by Robert J. Carson

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Quaternary.,
  • Geology -- Washington (State) -- Olympic Peninsula.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert James Carson III.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 67 leaves :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13586377M

    Geology of the Washington Coast between Point Grenville and the Hoh River Ralph, , Geological reconnaissance of the coast of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 17, p. L. E., , Quaternary paleoecology and stratigraphy of the sea cliffs, western Olympic Peninsula, Washington. The Windermere Group and late Proterozoic tectonics in northeastern Washington and northern Idaho / Fred K. Miller --Geology of metamorphic core complexes and associated extensional structures in north-central Washington / Kenneth F. Fox, Jr. --Major faults, stratigraphy, and identity of Quesnellia in Washington and adjacent British Columbia.

    Quaternary paleoecology and stratigraphy of the sea cliffs, western Olympic Peninsula, Washington. Quaternary Research Pollen analysis of marine sediments of the Washington coast. Marine Geology Fonda, R.W. Forest succession in relation to river terrace development in Olympic National Park, Washington. Olympic Peninsula and Lake Sammamish, Washington, p. 59 • Notes on the new Washington State fossil, Mammuthus columbi, p. 68 • Errata from the previous issue, p. Washington Geology. April (v. 26, no. 1) [PDF; MB] • Food for a young mind, p. 2 • Staff notes: Phillip Dobson, Cathrine Kenner, Sheena Sallee.

    Olympic Peninsula Crystal and Fossil Collecting Clallam County, Washington December Report by John Cornish ([email protected]) Hi Everyone, I've been chomping at the bit to get out locally to do some fossil hunting here in Clallam County and finally managed to do exactly that. The day was the 12th of December. As the decades went by, colleagues in the Washington Geologic Survey continued the research on both sides of Hood Canal, including finding a fault along the Olympic-Wallowa lineament. _____ Bob Carson received his Ph.D. in Geology from the University of Washington, (dissertation on Quaternary geology of Olympic Peninsula, Washington).


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Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington by Robert J. Carson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Robert J Carson. the Olympic Peninsula (Tabor and Cady, ); and the Quinault Tribe for Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington: University of Washington Doctor of Philosophy thesis, 67 p., Pleistocene glaciations of the southwestern Olympic Peninsula, Washington: U.S.

Geological Survey Professional Paper B, p. BB Washington. FINAL REPORT TO OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK Contract J8W Ma ii Geography of the Olympic Peninsula and Olympic National Park Geology and historical biogeography of the Olympic Peninsula. active-tectonic studies have focused on deformation of Quaternary deposits and land-forms, which are best preserved along the Pacifi c Coast and offshore on the continen-tal shelf.

At least four major glacial advances are recorded in the valley Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula coastal deposits along the western margin of the Olympic Peninsula.

Both numeric and relative. Ice of the Puget lobe moved into the eastern and southwestern Olympic Peninsula prior to Salmon Springs Glaciation and during the Salmon Springs and Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula Glaciations (Carson,"Quaternary Geology of the South-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington," unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington).Cited by:   Extensive early and middle Wisconsin glaciation on the western Olympic Peninsula, Washington, and the variability of Pacific moisture delivery to the northwestern United States.

Quaternary Resea – The second revised edition of the Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, provides both students and professionals with an up-to-date reference work on this important and highly varied area of research. There are lots of new articles, and many of the articles that appeared in the first edition have been updated to reflect advances in knowledge.

QUATERNARY RESEA () Late-Glacial Vegetation and Climate at the Manis Mastodon Site, Olympic Peninsula, Washington KENNETH L. PETERSEN,*" PETER J. MEHRINGER, JR.,t AND CARL E.

GUSTAFSON* *Department of Anthropology and tDepartments of Anthropology and Geology, Laboratory of Anthropology, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington. "Quaternary Geology of the South-Central Olympic Peninsula, Washington." Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Washington.

PORTER AND CARSON CLAYTON, LEE (). Glacial geology of Logan and McIntosh counties, North Dakota. North Dakota Geological Survey Bulle 84 pp. CLAYTON, LEE (). Active faults are also well known in the Olympic Peninsula west of the Puget Lowland (e.g., Carson, ; Nelson et al., ).Perhaps best known of these is the Saddle Mountain fault, with a surface trace initially reported to extend ~8 km (Figs.

2 and 3; Carson, ; Wilson, ; Hughes, ; Witter and Givler, ).Several issues warrant a closer look at the Saddle. Quaternary paleoecology and stratigraphy of the sea cliffs, western Olympic Peninsula, Washington Quarternary Research 2, – Fulton, R.J.

Radiocarbon geochronology of southern British Columbia Geological Survey of Canada Paper Saddle Mountain Faults, Olympic Peninsula, Washington: Geology of the Kharkhiraa Mountains, Mongolian Altai.

Geology of the Gobi (Desert), southern Mongolia. Quaternary geology of the Albion Range, south-central Idaho Cirque containing Independence Lakes Bob and snowfield, with Mount Independence in background.

Extensive Early and Middle Wisconsin Glaciation on the Western Olympic Peninsula, Washington, and the Variability of Pacific Moisture Delivery to the Northwestern United States Surficial Geology of Southwestern Olympic Peninsula, University of Washington () C.

WhitlockLate Quaternary vegetation and climate history near Little. These unnamed faults occupy much of the Strait of Juan de Fuca between the Olympic Peninsula of Washington on the south and Vancouver Island of Canada on the north, and include some faults in northern Puget Sound and bays along the north side of the Olympic Peninsula.

County(s) and State(s). WASHINGTON DIVISION OF GEOLOGY AND EARTH RESOURCES north-central part of the Olympic Peninsula, Wash­ CARSON, R. J.,Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington: University of Washington Doctor of Philosophy thesis, 67 p., 4 plates. CARSON, R.

J.,Environmental geology of the. Saddle Mountain Faults, Olympic Peninsula, Washington Geomorphology of the Saddle Mountain East Fault, Olympic Peninsula, Washington Evaluating Geologic Hazards associated with faulting on the Olympic Peninsula Geology of the Kharkhiraa Mountains, Mongolian Altai.

u s. department of the interior u.s. geological survey r 10 w 1 r 9 w 44 45 45' ' 1 30' (shelton) r6w qal vance r 5 wi o qovg qal. Quaternary geology of the south-central Olympic Peninsula, Washington.

Ph.D. dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle. 67 pp. Casebeer, R. L., M. Rognrud, and S. Brandborg. Click Download or Read Online button to Fossils Of The Olympic Peninsula book pdf for free now.

Geological Survey Professional Paper. Author: ISBN: UCSD Genre: Geology File Size: MB Format: PDF, Kindle Late Pleistocene And Holocene Environmental Change On The Olympic Peninsula Washington.

Author: Daniel G. Gavin. Washington Geologic Newsletter, Volumes Contributor: Washington (State). Division of Mines and Geology: Publisher: Department of Natural Resources, Division of Geology and Earth Resources, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

This study brings together decades of research on the modern natural environment of Washington's Olympic Peninsula, reviews past research on paleoenvironmental change since the Late Pleisene, and finally presents paleoecological records of changing forest composition and fire over the last.Evaluating Geologic Hazards associated with faulting on the Olympic Peninsula Geology of the Kharkhiraa Mountains, Mongolian Altai Geology of the Gobi desert, southern Mongolia Keck Mongolia Quaternary geology of the Albion Range, south-central Idaho.

QUATERNARY RESEA () Ice-Sheet Glaciation of the Puget Lowland, Washington, during the Vashon Stade (Late Pleistocene)' ROBERT M. THORSON Puget Sound Earth Science Applications Project, U.S. Geological Survey. Northeast 45th Avenue (Suite ), Seattle, Washington and Geology Department.