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Analysis of stream-profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region
1988 by U.S. G.P.O., For sale by the Books and Open-File Reports Section, U.S. Geological Survey in [Washington, D.C.], Denver, CO .
Written in English
|Statement||by F.A. McKeown ... [et al.]|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey bulletin -- 1807|
|Contributions||McKeown, F. A. 1920-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 39 p.|
|Number of Pages||39|
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Analysis of Stream-Profile Data and Inferred Tectonic Activity, Eastern Ozark Mountains Region By F. McKeown, Meridee Jones-Cecil, Bonny L. Askew, and Michael B.
McGrath ABSTRACT The enigmatic Arkansas earthquake swarm which started Janu and located near Enola, Arkansas, was theCited by: Analysis of stream profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region.
Uniform series Geological Survey bulletin Notes 1 map and 1 ill. on 2 folded sheets in pocket. Bibliography: p. Subject headings Valleys--Ozark Mountains Region. Earthquakes--Ozark Mountains Region. Analysis of stream-profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region Bulletin By: Francis A.
McKeown, Meridee Jones-Cecil, B.L. Askew, and M.B. McGrath. Analysis of stream-profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: F A McKeown; Geological Survey (U.S.).
Get this from a library. Analysis of stream-profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region. [F A McKeown; Meridee Jones-Cecil; Bonny Askew; Michael B McGrath; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Quantitative and qualitative study of stream,-profile data is used to infer recency of uplift which grossly correlates with rates of seismicity.
Analysis of stream-profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region QEA3 no New interpretations of the stratigraphy and sedimentology of uppermost Jurassic to lowermost Upper Cretaceous strata in the. Analysis of stream-profile data and inferred tectonic activity, eastern Ozark Mountains region / by: McKeown, F.
Published: () Physical aquatic habitat assessment data, Ozark plateaus, Missouri and Arkansas by: Jacobson, Robert B. Published: (). Quality of Ozark streams and ground water, Published: () Shortleaf pine restoration and ecology in the Ozarks proceedings of a symposium, November, Springfield, MO / Published: ().
ri / geophysical survey of arkansas bauxite region: pulaski, saline, lonoke, white, grant, hot spring, and clark counties, arkansas, pb, $ 16 ri / investigation of the north arkansas zinc mines, searcy, boone, and newton counties, arkansas, afb, $ SPATIAL ANALYSIS OF RIVER LONGITUDINAL PROFILS TO CARTOGRAPHY TECTONIC ACTIVITY IN KASSERINE PLAIN TUNISIA Ali CHAIEB1*,Noamen REBAI2, Mohamed Abdelhamid GHANMI3, Abdelkader MOUSSI3, Samir BOUAZIZ1 DOI: /GT_ ABSTRACT: The aim of this research is to detect the neotectonic activity and to map the.
The analysis has a theoretical basis [e.g., Whipple andTucker, ], supported by empirical results [e.g., Snyder et al., ; Safran et al., ;Harkins et al., ;DiBiase et al., Request PDF | On Jan 1,Robert McCaffrey and others published Earthquakes and Crustal Deformation | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
Morphotectonic analysis using geomorphic indexes has been developed as a basic tool to identify recent tectonic deformation in specific study was undertaken to develop an integrated quantitative geomorphic analysis of tectonic activity in the North–south axis, central of Tunisia.
Different geomorphic indexes, including elongation ratio (E), drainage basin Cited by: 7. B / McKeown, F. A., / ANALYSIS OF STREAM-PROFILE DATA AND INFERRED TECTONIC ACTIVITY, EASTERN OZARK MOUNTAINS REGION,pb, 39 pages, 14 figs., 5 tables, $ 20 B A / Hansley, P.
/ URANIUM ORE IN THE MARIANO LAKE - LAKE VALLEY CORES AND THE GENESIS OF COFFINITE IN THE GRANTS URANIUM REGION, New. Tectonic geomorphic analysis of the Tanana foreland basin and the northern foothills of the central Alaska Range offers the possibility to better define active deformation located inboard of a convergent plate e convergence between the Pacific and North American plates in southern Alaska has produced extremely large earthquakes, some of the longest strike-slip.
From these data, longitudinal profiles of 25 rivers were constructed in MS Excel, each with a vertical exaggeration of 1: Fig.
Processes (downwards tectonic, morpho-logical, geological and climatic) influencing through measurable parameters the longitudinal profile. Adapted after DEMOULIN (). southeastern side of the Eastern Carpathians.
Our main objective was to define the present evolution of the Eastern Carpathian rivers, based on an analysis of the longitudinal profile form, and thus estimate their long-term evolutionary tendencies. The evolu-tionary estimates refer to both prediction and post-diction of profiles.
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