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Magnetic Properties of Quaternary Deposits, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska – Implications for Aeromagnetic Anomalies of Upper Cook Inlet

By R.W. Saltus and P.J. Haeussler

Open-File Report 2004–1202

thumbnail image of view southwest across Straight Creek (fig.2)
Version 1.0
Published 2004
Magnetic susceptibility measurements are reported for 9 sites along Quaternary cliffs in the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. These unconsolidated deposits are sufficiently magnetic to explain short-wavelength, low-amplitude aeromagnetic anomalies that correspond spatially with these cliffs. Maps, tables, and figures document this conclusion. The report is linked to photographs of the Quaternary deposits at the measurement sites.

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