2 edition of Interpretation of an aeromagnetic survey of the Amchitka Island area, Alaska found in the catalog.
Interpretation of an aeromagnetic survey of the Amchitka Island area, Alaska
United States Geological Survey
|Statement||by G. D. Bath [and others]|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper 707, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 707.|
|Contributions||Bath, G. D.|
|LC Classifications||QC841 .U54, QC841 .U54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 25 p.|
|Number of Pages||25|
|LC Control Number||70189816|
Amchitka Island, being only 50 miles from Kiska and within range of occupied Attu Island was the next step in the American advance. Enough forces were scraped together from existing units and American forces made an unopposed landing on Amchitka on Janu , although the destroyer Worden (DD) grounded and sank with the loss of 14 s/wars: Aleutian Islands Campaign. Baker (, p. 96), U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), indicates that this may be the island named "St. Makarius (St. Markiana)" by Vitus Bering on Octo (Old Style (O.S.) calendar). Golder (, p. ), however, was of the opinion that Amchitka is too low to have been seen by Bering, and thus it is more probable that Kiska as the.
The Cook Inlet and Susitna basins of south-central Alaska are bordered by volcanoes and magnetite-bearing bedrock. Measurements of magnetic susceptibility of Pliocene strata in Cook Inlet and late Paleocene/early Eocene sedimentary rocks in Susitna Basin layers show values as high as 10x10 -3 SI; those associated with other measured Tertiary. More than a quarter-century has now passed since the United States set off the last of three underground atomic blasts in the remote wilderness of the Aleutian islands, off the coast of Alaska. Cannikin, as this third test was called, exploded as planned on November 6, , on Amchitka Island. The first test, Project Long Shot (), was designed to determine whether .
USN c Location Amchitka Airfield was located on the northern coast of southeast Amchitka Island in the Aleutian Islands in Alaska in the United States of s Constantine Harbor to the northeast and Jones Lake to the north. Also code named "Fox Runway". Prewar and during World War II part of the Territory of Alaska. Aeromagnetic data interpretation, in the southern Egyptian part of the African Red Sea shelf and its coastal strip, was made. The data suggest that this shelf can be divided into two sections: a southern section of rifting oceanic crust, of thickness comparable to that of oceanic layer 2, and a northern one of continental crust apparently subjected to basic volcanicity related to initial Red Cited by: 4.
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INTERPRETATION OF AN AEROMAGNETIC SURVEY OF THE AMCHITKA ISLAND AREA, ALASKA By G. BATH, W. CARR, L. GARD, JR., and W. QUINLIVAN ABSTRACT An aeromagnetic survey of about 1, square miles of Amchitka Island and the adjacent insular shelf has provided information on Tertiary volcanic, intrusive, and sedimentary by: 4.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bath, G.D. Interpretation of an aeromagnetic survey of the Amchitka Island area, Alaska (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Interpretation of an aeromagnetic survey of the Amchitka Island area, Alaska.
[G D Bath; Geological Survey (U.S.),; U.S. Atomic Energy Commission,]. GEOLOGIC INTERPRETATION OF RECONNAISSANCE AEROMAGNETIC SURVEY OF NORTHEASTERN ALASKA By WILLIAH P.
B~osak, EARL E. BRABB, and ELIZABETH R. KING Aeromagnetic reconnaissance of northeastern Alaska in covered approxi- matelysquare miles, from lat 64" N. to the Arctic Ocean and from the Alaska-Yukon boundary to long File Size: 3MB.
War Duties: Amchitka Island in the central Aleutian Islands was drafted into military service during World War II. This island in the Alaska Maritime Refuge became a forward fighter and bomber base for the Allies in January of in the campaign to recapture the.
Amchitka Island in the central Aleutian Islands was drafted into military service during World War II. This island in the Alaska Maritime Refuge became a forward fighter and bomber base for the Allies in January of in the campaign to recapture the Japanese-held islands of Attu and Kiska.
Ensure the people of Alaska will not suffer adverse impacts to their health, or the environment due to the legacy of the underground nuclear testing carried out at Amchitka Island, Alaska, now or in the future.
Former Amchitka Airport Tower, Amchitka Island, Alaska. Reports prepared in response to concerns about Amchitka Island. Long Term. Charles Wohlforth was an Anchorage Daily News reporter from toand wrote a regular opinion column from until January He is the. Amchitka (/ æ m ˈ tʃ ɪ t k ə /; Aleut: Amchixtax̂; Russian: Амчитка) is a volcanic, tectonically unstable island in the Rat Islands group of the Aleutian Islands in southwest is part of the Alaska Maritime National Wildlife island, with a land area of roughly square miles ( km 2), is about 42 miles (68 km) long and 1 to 4 miles ( to km) or: United States Department of Energy.
"Amchitka and the Bomb reconstructs thoroughly the decision by the Atomic Energy Commission to use Amchitka Island in the Aleutians as a test site for nuclear missile weaponry utterly disregarding the fact that the island was a wildlife refuge.
It will be an important contribution to environmental and Alaska studies and to national defense Cited by: Preliminary geologic interpretation of the aeromagnetic map of Afognak and Shuyak Islands, Alaska Miscellaneous Field Studies Map By: J.E.
Case, M.A. Fisher. AN AEROMAGNETIC RECONNAISSANCE OF THE COOK INLET AREA, ALASKA By ARTHUR GRANTZ, ISIDORE ZEETZ, and GORDON E. ANDKEASEN ABSTRACT Forty-two east-west aeromagnetic lines were flown across the Cook Inlet-Susitna Lowland between Chelatna Lake and Seldovia at a flight altitude of about 2, feet.
The linesCited by: 5. See, for example, the Bagdad aeromagnetic and geologic maps (Pis. 8, 9).Mineralized regions exist around the periphery of a granite body. This is reflected on the magnetic map by a low, featureless area over the granite proper with steep magnetic gradients over the flanks.
Toronto, Canada - Geoscience students and geologists now have a useful guide for learning the theory and practice of aeromagnetic surveying. An e-book on Aeromagnetic Surveys: Principles, Practice and Interpretation, authored by Colin Reeves of Earthworks and published by Geosoft, is now available.
This new e-book provides a useful guide for non-specialists looking to gain a. An aeromagnetic survey is a common type of geophysical survey carried out using a magnetometer aboard or towed behind an aircraft. The principle is similar to a magnetic survey carried out with a hand-held magnetometer, but allows much larger areas of the Earth's surface to be covered quickly for regional reconnaissance.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY V. McKelvey, Director Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Whitmore, Frank C. Steller's sea cow (Hydrodamalis gigas) of late Pleistocene age from Amchitka, Aleutian Island, Alaska.
(Geological Survey Professional Paper ) Bibliography: p. Supt. of Docs. no.: I 1. Hydrodamalis gigas, Fossil. Size: 8MB. Aeromagnetic reconnaissance of northeastern Alaska in covered approximatelysquare miles, from lat 64° N.
to the Arctic Ocean and from the Alaska-Yukon boundary to long °30' W. A magnetic contour map was compiled from data from the survey and earlier surveys. On the basis of these data, northeastern Alaska may be divided into five areas, each.
Welcome to the Amchitka google satellite map. This place is situated in Aleutians West Census Area, Alaska, United States, its geographical coordinates are 51° 34' 2" North, ° 52' 39" East and its original name (with diacritics) is Amchitka.
Amchitka (ămchĭt`kə), island, 40 mi (64 km) long, in the Rat group of the Aleutian Islands, W was a site in and for the underground detonation of nuclear devices, its small population having been relocated.
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Clip of scientists at the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, monitoring seismic waves from an underground nuclear test .A Greenpeace survey revealed continuing traces of plutonium plutonium, and a plutonium by-product, americium, in moss and algae species, as well as americium in the waters of White Alice Creek, a fast-flowing stream that exits into the Bering Sea.
After Canikin, Amchitka was not used a test site again. Amchitka Island–employees who were employed before January 1,on Amchitka Island, Alaska and were exposed to ionizing radiation in the performance of duty related to the Long Shot, Milrow, or Cannikin underground nuclear tests.
Note: The SEC was established by the Act. Amchitka Island was one of the classes that Congress included when.