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NEAR-SURFACE SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILING OF THE MATANUSKA GLACIER, ALASKA

G. BAKER

NEAR-SURFACE SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILING OF THE MATANUSKA GLACIER, ALASKA

by G. BAKER

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Online version of the print publication GEOPHYSICS v68 no 1 (Jan-Feb 2003) 147-156

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NEAR-SURFACE SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILING OF THE MATANUSKA GLACIER, ALASKA by G. BAKER Download PDF EPUB FB2

Near-surface seismic reflection profiling of the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska Article (PDF Available) in Geophysics 68(1) January with Reads How we measure 'reads'. This book has been cited by the following publications. This is indeed an important near-surface applied-geophysics textbook, covering most up-to-date near-surface applied-geophysics techniques.' Near-surface seismic reflection profiling of the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska.

Geophysics, 68, – Bard, A. and Faulkner, L. ().Author: Mark E. Everett. To study near-surface subrosion structures, four shear-wave seismic reflection profiles, with a total length of ca.

m, were carried out around the famous leaning church tower of Bad. [6] Columbia Glacier is a ALASKA book, tidewater glacier located in the Chugach Mountains of south central Alaska, about 30 km west of Valdez.

This large tidewater glacier attained a stable, extended geometry with a length exceeding 66 km and area of ∼ km 2 around A.D. [ Calkin et al., ].Cited by: TECTONOPHYSICS ELSEVIER Tectonophysics () Seismic images of the Brooks Range fold and thrust belt, Arctic Alaska, from an integrated seismic reflection/ refraction experiment A.

Levander a, G.S. Fuis b, E.S. Wissinger a, W.J. Lutter b, J.S. Oldow a, T.E. Moore b " Geology and Geophysics, Rice University, PO BoxHouston, TXUSA b US Geological Survey, Cited by: Dallimore, S. & J. Davis, Ground probing radar investigations of massive ground ice and near surface geology in continuous permafrost.

GSC Paper Cited by: Seismic-reflection and aeromagnetic data show that Paleogene strata in the eastern part of the Susitna depocenter are folded and cut by reverse and thrust faults (Shah et al., ; Lewis et al., ); the timing of the folding is unclear, but at least some of the northeast-striking faults appear to have surface expression and therefore may be Cited by: 7.

Ground penetrating is a near-surface geophysical technique that uses the propagation of a shaped pulse or wavelet of radio-frequency electromagnetic energy (radar) into the subsurface and measures the radar echoes returned to yield radargrams or profiles of the physical property variations in the subsurface.

Radargram. vent discharge from the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska: Implications for the origin of basal ice in D.M. Mickelson and J.W. Attig, ed., Glacial Processes Past and Present, Geological Society of America Special Paperp.

Detailed Description. Current probability of near-surface permafrost in Alaska. Future scenarios. Details. Image Dimensions: x Source. The study, detailed in the journal Remote Sensing of Environment, maps where that near-surface permafrost lies across Alaska in more detail than Author: Climate Central.

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GROUND-PENETRATING RADAR APPLICATIONS IN PALEOLIMNOLOGY BRIAN J. MOORMAN ([email protected])Earth Science Program University of Calgary University Drive Calgary, Alberta T2N 1N4 Canada Keywords: ground-penetrating radar, GPR, geophysics, sub-bottom profiling, bathymetric mapping.

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The U.S. Geological Survey now has a long-range detailed program of glacier studies Gulkana Glacier in the Alaska Range and on Wolverine Glacier on the Kenai Peninsula (Meier and others, 1). The Alaska earthquake of Maprovided a n unequaled opportunity to examine the effect of an earthquake on glaciers, because the.

sonar and 3D seismic systems), thus starting to bridge the gap to scales of observation typical of outcrops of deep-marine sedimentary rocks. In turn, outcrop studies have won ground by focussing on wellexposed seismic-scale sedimentary sequences, such as in the Karoo Basin (South Africa), East Greenland and Pakistan.

Yukon River at Eagle, Alaska. A Promising Tool for Subsurface Permafrost Mapping: An Application of Airborne Geophysics from the. Yukon River Basin, Alaska. Permafrost is a predominant physical feature of the Earth’s Arctic and Subarctic clines and a major consideration.

encompassing ecosystem structure to infrastructure engineering and. Abraham, Jared,A promising tool for subsurface permafrost mapping—An application of airborne geophysics from the Yukon River Basin, Alaska: U.

Geological Survey, Fact Sheet4 p. Polar firn: West Antarctica Englacial stratigraphy: West Antarctica Ice shelf: McMurdo Sound Crevasses: Ross Ice Shelf Alaska Temperate valley glacier: Matanuska Glacier Temperate valley glacier: Gulkana Glacier Temperate firn: Bagley Ice Field, Alaska Temperate hydrology: Black Rapids.

Full text of "Proceedings of the third Glacier Bay Science Symposium, " See other formats. Studies of contemporary glacier basal ice cryostructures to identify buried basal ice in the permafrost: an example from the Matanuska Glacier, Alaska.

NASA Astrophysics Data Syst.The quantitative modeling approach used in this study was found to be successful in generating a regional near-surface permafrost map. The distribution of areas estimated to be present or absent of near-surface permafrost contained approximately 46% and 45% of the Alaskan Yukon River Basin.