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Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill loess, Fairbanks area, Alaska
Shari Jane Preece
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Written in English
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LOESS—Silt with up to 15 percent very fine sand carried by winds and deposited as a blanket over the down- wind topography (Péwé, , a); mixed with eolian sand on lower slopes and on lowland surfaces close to floodplain sources; thickness ranges from >20 ft . Recheshnoi bibliography information. Cameron, C.E., Schaefer, J.R., and Ekberg, P.G., , Historically active volcanoes of Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological.
Gutscher Et Al., - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. Subduccion SUDAMERICANA. world's weather, are covered in my book "Man and Gold Hill Loess, and the Fairbanks Loess, consist of silt, which have been demonstrated to consist of a combination Quaternary stratigraphy of the Fairbanks area, Alaska. in Late Cenozoic History of the Interior Basins of Alaska and the Yukon. U.S. Geological Survey Circular no. , pp.
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Late Cenozoic loess blankets much of the Fairbanks region of interior Alaska, preserving a rich palaeoenvironmental record. Gold Hill Loess is the pre-Sangamon part of the loess cover in the Fairbanks area.
Twenty distinctive tephra beds have been characterized by stratigraphy, petrography, and glass major-/trace-element geochemistry. Preece, S. J.,Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill loess, Fairbanks area, Alaska: University of Toronto (Canada) M.S.
thesis, p. INTRODUCTION Tephra beds are common in Late Cenozoic loess deposits of interior Alaska. Recent work by Westgate et al. () documented a 3 Ma loess record in the Fairbanks area (Fig. The loess is interbedded with numerous thin and discontinuous tephra beds whose provenance is by: As a by‐product our data constrain the pelagic sedimentation rates in the eastern Pacific between 8°N and 10°N during that period of time.
In the companion paper (Part 2) we will discuss the implications for the Late Cenozoic explosive volcanism in southern Central America and the southern Central American continental by: Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill Loess, Fairbanks area, Alaska.
Unpublished dissertation, University of Toronto. Preece, S. Westgate, J. A., and Gorton, M. Thick loess deposits in the Fairbanks region of interior Alaska are a rich source of information on past climates and environments during the late Cenozoic, and the numerous distal, silicic tephra.
A more probable location of the top of the Gold Hill Loess than is shown in Fig. 2 (Péwé’s version) is discussed in this report. Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill Loess, Fairbanks Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill loess, Alaska.
Unpublished dissertation, University of Toronto. Google Scholar. S.J. Preece, J.A. Westgate, B.A. Stemper, T.L. The paleomagnetic record of Westgate et al.
() from the Gold Hill Loess near Fairbanks, Alaska, shows a short reversal about 2 m below OCt, which would place it close to the expected location. The Halfway House site ( N, W) is a mid-slope loess deposit mapped as Fairbanks Loess by Péwé et al.
() ().Located ∼47 km west of Fairbanks, this exposure was created during the construction of the George Parks Highway in the s, and is one of the most extensively studied loess sites in Alaska and the Yukon (e.g.
Westgate et al.,Westgate et al.,Begét. Gold Run tephra has been found at Thistle Creek, Sixtymile River, and the Klondike goldfields of west-central Yukon, Canada.
It is a hornblende-bearing rhyolitic tephra with thicknesses of up to 10 cm at each site, suggesting a widespread distribution across interior Alaska and the Yukon Territory, given the long distance to the nearest volcanic centre.
Many distal tephra beds exist in the late Cenozoic sediments of the Klondike goldfields and nearby areas. They come from volcanoes in the Wrangell volcanic field and the eastern Aleutian arc and represent large-magnitude eruptions.
zen late Cenozoic sediments of eastern Beringia is unique to Klondike area map of late Pleistocene Dawson tephra locations (after Froese et al., ).
nological ﬁ ndings in the Gold Hill Loess, east-central Alaska: Geo-logical Society of America Bulletin, v. p. – Earth Sci. 19, Preece S. () Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill Loess, Fairbanks Area, Alaska.
thesis, University of Toronto, Toronto. Westgate J. () Isothermal plateau fission track age of the late Pleistocene Old Crow tephra, Alaska. S.J. PreeceTephrostratigraphy of the late. Although the timing of an acceleration in late-Cenozoic exhumation of southern Alaska is reasonably well constrained as beginning ∼5–∼6 Ma, the surface uplift history of this region remains.
The so-called "muck", which is found near Fairbanks and other parts of Alaska is a favorite cliché piece of evidence for a terminal Pleistocene catastrophe for catastrophists like Collins (), Deloria (), Hapgood (), Allan and Delair () and Hawkins (). Quaternary Geology and Permafrost Along the Richardson and Glen Highways Between Fairbanks and Anchorage, Alaska: Fairbanks to Anchorage, Alaska JulyAbout The Product Published by the American Geophysical Union as part of the Field Trip Guidebooks Series.
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J.,Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill loess, Fairbanks area, Alaska: University of Toronto (Canada) M.S. thesis, p. Westgate, J. A., and Pewe, T. L.,Tephrostratigraphy of the Gold Hill Loess, Fairbanks area.
Plafker G, Naesser CW, Zimmerman RA, Lull JS, Hudson T. Cenozoic uplift history of the Mount McKinley area in the central Alaska Range based on fission-track dating. Geological Survey Bulletin Google Scholar. Pollen, dominated by Picea, Alnus, and Betula, was recovered through the m of Gold Hill Loess, starting at the unconformity ().Zone I, – cm, with up to 65% Picea and 50% Alnus pollen, and only trace amounts of Betula pollen represent boreal forest vegetation.
Zone II, – cm, records a sharp decline in Picea pollen (to 3%) and a more gradual decline in Alnus pollen. Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill loess, Fairbanks area, Alaska, Preece, S. J.,Tephrostratigraphy of the late Cenozoic Gold Hill loess, Fairbanks area, Alaska: University of Toronto (Canada) M.S.
thesis, p. Volcanic ash in the Cook Inlet region, Correlation and significance of distal tephra beds preserved in late Cenozoic loess of the Fairbanks area, Alaska, Westgate, J.
A., Preece, S. J., and Pewe, T. L.,Correlation and significance of distal tephra beds preserved in late Cenozoic loess of the Fairbanks area, Alaska [abs.]: Abstracts with Programs - Geological Society of.Late Cenozoic geology, Ancient Pacific Margin NATMAP Project, report 1: long-baseline, dual-frequency GPS static positioning trial, Stewart River map area, Yukon Territory: Geological Survey of Canada, Current Research A2, 6p.