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|Statement||edited by Richard J. Wold and William J. Hinze.|
|Series||Memoir / Geological Society of America ;, 156, Memoir (Geological Society of America) ;, 156.|
|Contributions||Wold, Richard J. 1937-, Hinze, William J.|
|LC Classifications||QE78 .G46 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||82015425|
The syncline appears to connect at its western end with a narrow trough of Keweenawan rocks which extends northward from the central United States and only emerges from beneath a cover of younger sediments in the Lake Superior region. The Lake Superior syncline thus forms part of a major tectonic feature of North by: The geology of the Lake Superior region / Related Titles. Series: Monographs of the United States Geological Survey ; v. By. Van Hise, Charles Richard, Leith, C. K. (Charles Kenneth), Martin, Lawrence, Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info.
Saint Louis River drainage basin. The Saint Louis River (abbreviated St. Louis River) is a river in the U.S. states of Minnesota and Wisconsin that flows into Lake Superior. The largest U.S. river to flow into the lake, it is miles ( km) in length and starts 13 miles (21 km) east of Hoyt Lakes, Minnesota. Geology. The basin is centered in Gladwin County where the Precambrian basement rocks feet (4, m) deep. Around the margins, such as under Mackinaw City, Michigan, the Precambrian surface is around 4, feet (1, m) below the 4,foot (1, m) contour on the bedrock clips the northern part of the Lower Peninsula and continues under Lake Michigan along the .
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Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin Author(s) Richard J. Wold; Richard J. Wold Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin. Author(s): Richard J. Wold, William J. Hinze. Lake Superior geology and tectonics—overview and major unsolved problems.
Author(s). Kalliokoski, "7E: Jacobsville Sandstone", Geology and Tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin, Richard J. Wold, William J. Hinze Download citation file: Ris (Zotero). 28 rows 5. Books From California via United States: Hardcover, ISBN Publisher:.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: 2 folded map in pocket. Description: v, pages: illustrations ; 29 cm. Contents: Preface --Introduction / Richard J. Wold and William J.
Hinze --Geological evidence relating to interpretation of the Lake Superior Basin structure / Donald M. Davidson, Jr. --Status of the Keweenawan as a stratigraphic unit in the Lake Superior. Geology of the Lake Superior Basin.
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Geology of the Lake Superior Region covers just about everything you might want to know about one of the most interesting geological areas in North America: Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Full of examples, photographs, maps and diagrams, Geology of the Lake Superior Region integrates a discussion of basic physical geology into a chronological view of the geological processes that formed Cited by: Lake Superior Geology.
These dark rocks, familiar around Lake Superior, are evidence of ancient volcanic activity. Called basalt, this volcanic rock is seen here at Temperance River State Park in Minnesota and can be found in all the state parks along Lake Superior’s Minnesota shore.
Wold, R. and Hinze, W. J., Ed. / GEOLOGY AND TECTONICS OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR BASIN, GSA MBoulder, cl, pages, small dots of liquid paper on contents page, otherwise new, $ End of the Michigan II Catalog.
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[Walter S White] -- Analysis of geological and geophysical data indicates divergence between trends of ancient Keweenawan troughs and the trend of the present structural depression. The Institute on Lake Superior Geology is a non-profit professional society with the objectives of providing a forum for exchange of geological ideas and scientific data and promoting better understanding of the geology of the Lake Superior region.
The major activity of the Institute is an Annual Meeting with. Lake Superior is feet above sea level. but places n fcw miles inland from the lake reach an e1evalion ofncarly 2, feet; ofthese, Eagle Mountain is the highest place in the state with an elevation of feet. High ground also occurs in southwestern Minnesota and adjoining parts ofSouth Dakota and Iowa where the Coteau des Prairies File Size: 6MB.
Scientists studied these ridges revealing much about the structure of the crust below Lake Superior. The ridges are the edges of the exposed rock layers that are angled down forming the Lake Superior basin.
The layers rise up again on the southeast side of the lake at Keneewa pennisula. The pennisula has these distinctive parallel ridges too. A structural basin is a large-scale structural formation of rock strata formed by tectonic warping of previously flat-lying strata.
Structural basins are geological depressions, and are the inverse of elongated structural basins are also known as ural basins may also be sedimentary basins, which are aggregations of sediment that filled up a depression or accumulated.
Geology and tectonics of the Lake Superior Basin / Richard J. Wold, William J. Hinze. Publication: [Boulder, Colorado]: Geological Society of America, 3. Late Wisconsinan Superior-Lobe Deposits in the Lake Superior Basin northeast of Duluth 4. Geology of the Eastern Mesabi Iron Range, Northeastern Minnesota 5.
Classic Outcrops of Northeastern Minnesota 6. Glacial and Postglacial Landscape Evolution in the. It carved out the basin which became Lake Superior and erupted tons of basalt onto the rift zone, which extends to present day Kansas.
If the rift would have proceeded, Duluth could now be located on the shore of an ocean instead of a lake. Lake Superior Basin The Minnesota part of the Lake Superior Basin encompasses portions of Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Lake, Pine and St. Louis Counties, covering approximately 6, square miles.
Major watersheds in the basin include the Cloquet, Nemadji and St. Louis River systems, as well as the North Shore tributaries to Lake Superior. PP E / White, W. / TECTONICS OF THE KEWEENAWAN BASIN, WESTERN LAKE SUPERIOR REGION,pb, 23 pages, 7 figs., $ 10 PP / Trimble, S.
and Lund, S. / SOIL CONSERVATION AND THE REDUCTION OF EROSIN AND SEDIMENTATION IN THE COON CREEK BASIN, WISCONSIN,pb, 35 pages, 22 figs., 7 tables, 3 appendices, $ 7. He devotes a chapter to the history of each lake basin (although Huron and Erie are treated together) and admits that lake-to-lake correlation of events was still unclear.
A very useful feature of this text is the large number of nicely drawn figures and maps. The older maps and figures tend to be black & white and less full of fussy obscuring Cited by:.
the Clear Lake basin and its surroundings, so it is an excellent launching point for the field trip. It is here that we can review some of the basics of the geology in our area, before moving on to view some specific examples. Lake County geology can be divided into two assemblages of File Size: 1MB.Plate Tectonics - Articles and maps about plate tectonics and the interior of Earth.
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