Dalton Highway, Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska: bedrock geology of the eastern Koyukuk basin, central Brooks Range, and eastcentral Arctic Slope, Volume 1

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Charles G. Mull, Karen E. Adams
State of Alaska, Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys, 1989 - Dalton Highway (Alaska) - 327 pages
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This road log and guidebook to the bedrock geology of the Koyukuk Basin, Brooks Range and central Arctic Clope, in northwest Alaska, includes details of along the Dalton Highway from the Yukon River to Prudhoe Bay. It constitutes the record of a field meeting of the AAPG-SEPM-SEG at Anchorage in May 1985.

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Contents

Gravityandmagnetic model of the Dalton Highway corridor through the Brooks Range
12
A brief history of eighty years of geological exploration in the central Brooks Range northern Alaska
17
Stratigraphy of the Otuk Formation and a Cretaceous coquinoid limestone and shale unit
18
Yukon River to Brooks Range
27
Summary of structural style and history of Brooks Range deformation
47
The Prudhoe Bay oil field
143
Deposition of the Fortress Mountain Formation
161

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