U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1776
The collection of papers that follow continues the series of U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) investigative reports in Alaska under the broad umbrella of the geologic sciences. This series represents new and sometimes-preliminary findings that are of interest to Earth scientists in academia, government, and industry; to land and resource managers; and to the general public. The reports presented in Studies by the U.S. Geological Survey in Alaska cover a broad spectrum of topics from various parts of the State, serving to emphasize the diversity of USGS efforts to meet the Nation’s needs for Earth-science information in Alaska. This professional paper is one of a series of “online only” versions of Studies by the U.S. Geological Survey in Alaska, reflecting the current trend toward disseminating research results on the World Wide Web with rapid posting of completed reports.
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Dumoulin, J.A., and Galloway, J.P., eds., Studies by the U.S. Geological Survey in Alaska, 2008-2009: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1776.
Professional Paper 1776-A: Travis L. Hudson, Marti L. Miller, Edward P. Klimasauskas, and Paul W. Layer, Reconnaissance Study of the Taylor Mountains Pluton, Southwestern Alaska
Professional Paper 1776-B: Susan M. Karl, Paul W. Layer, Anita G. Harris, Peter J. Haeussler, and Benita L. Murchey, The Cannery Formation—Devonian to Early Permian Arc-Marginal Deposits Within the Alexander Terrane, Southeastern Alaska
Professional Paper 1776-C: Julie A. Dumoulin, John F. Slack, Michael T. Whalen, and Anita G. Harris, Depositional Setting and Geochemistry of Phosphorites and Metalliferous Black Shales in the Carboniferous-Permian Lisburne Group, Northern Alaska
Professional Paper 1776-D: Peter J. Haeussler and Richard W. Saltus, Location and Extent of Tertiary Structures in Cook Inlet Basin, Alaska, and Mantle Dynamics that Focus Deformation and Subsidence