3 edition of A reconnaissance of the Point Barrow region, Alaska found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Point Barrow region, Alaska, A reconnaissance of the.|
|Statement||by Sidney Paige, W. T. Foran, and James Gilluly|
|Series||United States. Geological survey. Bulletin 772|
|Contributions||Foran, W. T. (William T.), b. 1893, Gilluly, James, 1896-1980|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 772|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 33 p.|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||25000139|
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Author: Sidney Paige. A RECONNAISSANCE OF THE POINT BARROW REGION, ALASKA; GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN by Paige, Sidney, W.T. Foran, and James Gilluly COVID Update J Biblio is open and shipping orders.
A RECONNAISSANCE OF THE POINT BARROW REGION, ALASKA: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN by Paige, Sidney, W.T. Foran, and James Gilluly. A RECONNAISSANCE OF THE POINT BARROW REGION, ALASKA: GEOLOGICAL SURVEY BULLETIN by Paige, Sidney, W.T.
Foran, and James Gilluly. Advanced Book Search; Browse by Subject; Specials. Discount Books. Point Barrow or Nuvuk is a headland on the Arctic coast in the U.S. state of Alaska, 9 miles (14 km) northeast of is the northernmost point of all the territory of the United States, at CoordinatesThe distance from there to the North Pole is 1, nautical miles (1, mi; 2, km).
Murchison Promontory, the northernmost mainland point of Canada and of the Americas, is 40 miles. A reconnaissance of the Point Barrow region, Alaska / by: Paige, Sidney,et al. Published: () Pollen zonation and correlation of Maastrichtian marine beds and associated strata, Ocean Point dinosaur locality, North Slope of Alaska / Alaska book Frederiksen, Norman O., Published: ().
Reconnaissance map of the Canning Pago Plate XXI A Pressure ridge Beaufort Sea B rage lower mark masses material melting meters miles mound Mountains native nearly northern observed occur ocean origin plain Pleistocene Point Point Barrow position possible present probably reached region reported ridges River rocks Sadlerochit sand sandstone.
Alaskan Air Command (AAC) is an inactive United States Air Force Major Command originally established in under the United States Army Air mission was to organize and administer the air defense system of Alaska, exercise direct control of all active measures, and coordinate all passive means of air defense.
Many Alaska Natives joined units of the Alaska Territorial Guard to patrol Alaska’s coasts and lead reconnaissance missions in combat zones. Aleut Evacuation Forty-two Aleuts living on the island of Attu and two Navy weather observers on Kiska were taken prisoner by.
A resident of the town formerly known as Barrow, Alaska, rides her motorcycle along an Arctic Ocean beach in The town is now officially called Utqiagvik, its Inupiaq name. A RECONNAISSANCE OF THE POINT BARROW REGION, ALASKA By SIDNEY PAIGE, W.
FORAN, and JAMES GILLULY INTRODUCTION The purpose of the investigations whose results are here recorded was to obtain information about the occurrence of oil in the extreme northern part of Alaska, where Naval Petroleum Reserve No. 4, in. General Information.
Title: A reconnaissance of the Point Barrow region, Alaska Author(s): Foran, W.T., and Paige, Sidney Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Bulletin Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None North Latitude: 71° 25' 1" N () South Latitude: 69° 16' 1" N () East Longitude: ° 0' 0" W ().
Point Barrow, northernmost point of Alaska, U.S., situated on the Arctic ological evidence dates human habitation (by Inupiaq Eskimos) in the area from about headland was explored in by Frederick W.
Beechey and named for Sir John Barrow, British promoter of Arctic exploration; its Inupiaq name is Ukpeagvik, meaning “Place Where Owls Are Hunted.”. An Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Lower Colville River and Delta Regions. Rochfort, Captain The Journal of Rochfort Maguire, Two Years at Point Barrow, Alaska, Aboard HMS.
Bydaily reconnaissance trips to the Pole were being implemented, and the drift of three large ice island targets (T-1, T-2, and T-3) were being tracked. The following year, the Alaska Air Command organized Project ICICLE in order to establish a weather station on one of the ice islands and conduct geophysical research.
The new airport kept Point Barrow's BRW IATA code so PBA was used as the code from that point until its closure.” A circa photo of a Pacific Alaska Airlines Fairchild F on the original Point Barrow Airfield's Martston Mat, with the DEW Line hangar in the background (courtesy of Drew Van Horne).
A reconnaissance of the Point Barrow region, Alaska / by Sidney Paige, W. Foran, and James Gilluly Paige, Sidney, b. [ Book, Government publication: ]. D-B-A-F-T (Subject to correction and revision) WAR S BEFORT UNITED STATES DEPARTME24T OF THE IMTmOR - BUREAU OF BJZNES PROPOSED COAL &SRITG Point Barrow Area, Northern Alaska References: 1.
Vilhjalmur Stefansson, Idly Life Among the Eskimo, Hew York, 2. Ernest de K, Leffingwell, The Canning River Region, Northern Alaska: Department of the Interior, Geological.
Barrow, Alaska map, 1:scale, of the U.S. Geological Survey Alaska Reconnaissance Topographic Series, printed in Depths in the holes were measured from the kelly bushing of the drilling rig. Cores from Barrow Big Rig test 1, and both cores.
Carter, W. Archaeological survey of Eskimo, or earlier, material in the vicinity of Point Barrow, Alaska. Final report: 31 January Report to Office of .U.S. Bureau of Mines,Proposed coal mining, Point Barrow area, northern Alaska (DRAFT): U.S.
Bureau of Mines War Minerals Report46 p., 1 sheet, scale Publication Products. Report Information. wmr_barrow_coal_pdf ( M) Maps & Other Oversized Sheets. Map 1, Geologic reconnaissance map of northwestern Alaska, scale This geotechnical appendix supports the on-going coastal erosion feasibility study for Barrow, Alaska, being prepared by the Alaska District, U.S.
Army Corps of Engineers. Geotechnical investigations performed for the study consisted of site reconnaissance and.