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High-Resolution Quaternary Seismic Stratigraphy of the New York Bight Continental Shelf (U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report)
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Examples of such investigations off North America include Buck, Olson, and Austin () and Duncan et al., which focused on the reconstruction of the late Quaternary depositional history of two depocenters off New Jersey, and the US Geological Survey's reconstruction of the high-resolution Quaternary seismic stratigraphy of the New York Bight. Normark, W.R., and McGann, Mary, Developing a high-resolution stratigraphic framework for estimating age of fault movement and landslides in the California Continental Borderland [abs.]: SCEC (Southern California Earthquake Center) Annual Meeting, Oxnard, Calif., September , [poster].
HIGH-RESOLUTION SEISMIC SURVEYING FOR NEOGENE-QUATERNARY SEQUENCE STRATIGRAPHY, NORTHERN CALIFORNIA CONTINENTAL SHELF AND UPPER SLOPE, IN SUPPORT OF STRATAFORM Craig S. Fulthorpe and James A. Austin, Jr. University of Texas, Institute for Geophysics, Spicewood Springs Road, Bldg. Austin, TX Selected References. Allen, J. R. and Psuty, N. P., , Morphodynamics of a single-barred beach with a rip channel, Fire Island, NY: Coastal Sediments '87, p.
High-Resolution Seismic Surveying for Neogene-Quaternary Sequence Stratigraphy, Northern California Continental Shelf and Upper Slope, in Support of STRATAFORM Craig S. Fulthorpe University of Texas Institute for Geophysics Spicewood Springs Road, . The modern sea floor morphology and the late Quaternary shallow stratigraphy of the New Jersey shelf is well studied (Fig. 1; e.g., Uchupi et al., ; Goff et al., Goff et al.
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This USGS Open-File Report describes the Quaternary evolution of the New York Bight region, based on geophysical data acquired in and High-Resolution Quaternary Seismic Stratigraphy of the New York Bight Continental Shelf USGS Open-File Report by.
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The Quaternary stratigraphy of the New York Bight continental shelf was strongly impacted by Pleistocene glaciation as the study area was situated in front of the terminus of the Wisconsinan Laurentide continental ice sheet (Fig. Thus, the study area was affected by glacial isostatic rebound, forebulge collapse, and re-emergence (Dillon and.
High-Resolution Quaternary Seismic Stratigraphy, New York BightDrainage of late Wisconsin glacial lakes and the morphology and late Quaternary stratigraphy of the New Jersey - southern New England continental shelf and slope: Marine Geology, v.
p. D.B.,Geomorphology and sediments of the inner New York Bight. High-Resolution Quaternary Seismic Stratigraphy, New York Bight Continental Shelf, OFR High-Resolution Quaternary Seismic Stratigraphy, New York Bight Continental Shelf, OFR OF 02 data collected in the New York Bight provides a means to assess the evolution of the shelf during the Quaternary, but interpretations of these data are limited by a lack of cores or borehole information.
or extremely thin on, much of the. Sequence stratigraphy of deep-sea turbidites was less developed anyway than for deposits on continental shelves, and exploration in the recent years has focused more on reservoir prediction according to seismic morphologies (e.g.
channel recognition and facies prediction inside the fill) than on the actual timing of events, probably due in part. GULF OF MAINE. Gulf of Maine. Poppe, L.J., Paskevich, V.F., Williams, S.J., Hastings, M.E., Kelley, J.T., Belknap, D.F., Ward, L.G., FitzGerald, D.M., and Larsen, P.F.
Latest Pleistocene–Holocene Stratigraphy of the New Jersey Shelf The latest Quaternary seismic stratigraphy beneath the New Jersey middle–outer continental shelf has been studied using various geophysical methods for decades (e.g., Emery and Uchupi ).
Comprehensive details of recent investigations are given in Duncan et al. Get this from a library. High-resolution Quaternary seismic stratigraphy of the New York Bight continental shelf.
[William C Schwab; Geological Survey (U.S.);] -- Contains interpreted map products generated from sidescan-sonar, sub-bottom reflection, and bathymetric data collected with the New York Bight innercontinental shelf.
Where the coastal plain strata are buried by Quaternary sediment, the regional unconformity between them can be observed in seismic-reflection profiles throughout the New York Bight and on the inner-continental shelf south of Long Island (Williams,Schwab et al.,Foster et al., ).
In this paper, we describe the acoustic characteristics and depositional pattern of late Quaternary sediments using high-resolution seismic profiles associated with the sediment data.
We also discuss the stratigraphy and depositional history in relation to the late Quaternary sea-level change and hydrodynamic conditions. Seismic stratigraphy and quaternary evolution of the New York Bight Inner Continental Shelf .Issued also on microfiche from Lange imately 5, km of digitally recorded high-resolution, nested, single-channel, seismic-refection data ( m.
watergun, Hz Geopulse acoustic source, and a CHIRP kHz subbottom. Get this from a library. High-resolution quaternary seismic stratigraphy of the New York bight continental shelf.
-- Contains interpreted map products generated from sidescan-sonar, sub-bottom reflection, and bathymetric data collected with the New York Bight innercontinental shelf. Schemat ic map and cross section of principal latest Quaternary seismic stratigraphic horizons and intervening sequences beneath the middle to outer New Jersey shelf (Duncan et al.
; Goff et. High-resolution seismic reflection profiles (∼1–5 m resolution), including Geopulse™, Uniboom™, minisparker, small air gun, and water gun sources, are used to trace the δ 18 O stage 5 portion of the outcropping Cape May Formation across the shelf to the continental slope.
The δ 18 O stage 5/6 boundary identified at Ocean Drilling Project (ODP) Site on the continental slope. This page provides a focal point for studies in the New York Bight, located offshore of New York City, carried out by the U.S. Geological Survey. The site contains highlights of past and ongoing research, an overview of data collected by the USGS, and links to publications.
Use of novel high-resolution 3D marine seismic technology to evaluate Quaternary fluvial valley development and geologic controls on shallow gas distribution, inner shelf, Gulf of Mexico Timothy A.
Meckel1 and Francis J. Mulcahy2 Abstract The first deployment of the P-Cable™ high-resolution 3D (HR3D) seismic acquisition system in the Gulf of. Middle-Atlantic, inner continental shelf stratigraphic studies document a regional, Late Pleistocene, fossiliferous mud deposit, from northern New Jersey to Cape Lookout, North Carolina.
Seismic reconnaissance and detailed stratigraphic analyses reveal the nature of the mud, termed unit Q2, on the Maryland inner continental shelf. Seismic Stratigraphy of New York Bight (source 3 of 5) Lotto, L.L,Seismic stratigrpahy and Quaternary evolution of the New York Bight inner continental shelf: Texas A&M University, unpublished M.S.
Thesis, College Station, TX, 79p and 16 sheets. Seafloor geomorphology and surficial stratigraphy of the New Jersey middle continental shelf provide a detailed record of sea-level change during the last advance and retreat of the Laurentide ice.The inner-continental shelf off Fire Island, New York was mapped in using interferometric sonar and high-resolution chirp seismic-reflection systems.
The Quaternary stratigraphy of the New York Bight continental shelf was strongly impacted by Pleistocene glaciation. The area was situated in front of the terminus of the Wisconsinan Laurentide continental ice sheet (Fig.
2).Thus, it was affected by glacial isostatic rebound, forebuldge collapse, and re-emergence (Dillon and Oldale, ) and was characterized by global sea-level .