REPORTS (publications with RED links are presented for the first time here)

         TERRESTRIAL AND SEAFLOOR IMAGERY
  • Cross, V.A. and Schwab, W.C., 1998. Digital Sidescan-Sonar Imagery of the
       Manchas Interiores-Manchas Exteriores Coral Reef Complex, MayagŁez, Puerto
       Rico. modified from U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-427
  • Cross, V.A., Schwab, W.C., and Raker, B.A., 1998. High-Resolution Marine
       Geologic Maps Showing Sediment Distribution on the Insular Shelf off Luquillo,
       Puerto Rico. modified from U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-204
  • Masson, D.G. and Scanlon, K.M., 1993. Reply to Comment by Neil Mitchell on
       Fe-Mn Nodule Field Indicated by GLORIA, North of the Puerto Rico Trench
    .
       Geo-Marine Letters, v.13, p. 244-247.

  • Scanlon, K.M., and Masson, D.G., 1992. Fe-Mn Nodule Field Indicated By
       GLORIA, North of the Puerto Rico Trench.Geo-Marine Letters, v. 12, p.
       208-213.
  • Scanlon, K.M., and Southworth, C.S., 1989. Combined Radar and GLORIA
       Mosaics of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Surrounding Deep Ocean
       Areas: Tectonic Interpretations (abs.). Abstracts, 12th Caribbean Geological
       Conference, St. Croix.
          MARINE SEDIMENTS
  • Scanlon, K.M., Rodriguez, R.W., Trias, J.L., and Delorey, C.M., in press. Offshore
       Sediments and Sand and Gravel Resources on the Insular Shelf of Puerto Rico.
       modified from: Bawiec, W.J., Geology, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Mineral
       Occurrences and Mineral Resource Assessment for the Commonwealth of Puerto
       Rico, USGS Open-File Report 98-38, 20 ms. p., 1 map, 1:200,000 scale.
          TECTONIC INTERPRETATIONS
  • Jany, I., Scanlon, K.M., and Mauffret, A., 1990. Geological Interpretation of
       Combined Seabeam, GLORIA and Seismic Data from Anegada Passage
       (abstract from manuscript)
    (Virgin Islands, North Caribbean). Marine
       Geophysical Researches, v.12, no. 4, p. 173-196.
  • Scanlon, K.M. and Masson, D.G., 1996. Sedimentary Processes in a Tectonically
       Active Region: Puerto Rico North Insular Slope. in: Gardner, J.V., Field, M., and
       Twichell, D.C., eds, Geology of the U.S. Seafloor: the View from GLORIA,
       Cambridge University Press. p.123-134.
          GEOLOGIC HAZARDS
  • Osterkamp, W.R., Earth-Surface Processes, Materials Use, and Urban
       Development -- A Case Study of the San Juan Metropolitan Area, Northeastern
       Puerto Rico

          OTHER RESOURCES
          Terrestrial and Seafloor Imagery
          Spatial Data
          Photos and Figures
          Documentation
  • Links: Outside marine-related sites
  • Metadata:  *.met file, FGDC compliant
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