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Stratigraphy of unconsolidated sediments in the southern part of Lake Michigan

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Published by Illinois State Geological Survey in Urbana .
Written in English


  • Stratigraphic Geology

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StatementJ.A. Lineback, N.J. Ayer and D.L. Gross
SeriesStudies of Lake Michigan bottom sediments -- no. 3, Illinois State Geological Survey. Environmental geology notes -- no.35, Environmental geology notes (Illinois State Geological Survey) -- no.35.
ContributionsAyer, N. J., Gross, David L.
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Pagination35 leaves :
Number of Pages35
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Open LibraryOL25389143M

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Studies of water movements and sediments in southern Lake Michigan: Part II. The surficial bottom sediments in –1%3. J. A. Linebach, W. A. White, N. J. Ayer, C. Collinson, and H. V. Leland. (). Preliminary stratigraphy of unconsolidated sediments from the southwestern part of Lake Michigan. (). Sedimentation processes and Cited by: Trace elements and organic carbon accumulation in the most recent sediments of southern Lake Michigan. geol. Surv. envir. Geol. N 25 pp. Google ScholarCited by: 1. Assessment of trace elements in Yercaud Lake sediments, southern India Article (Online only version available) in Environmental Earth Sciences 76(2) January with Reads. Specifically in the Lake Michigan Basin, deformation has been observed and structurally analyzed in association with the Lake Michigan Lobe. Along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan near Ludington, Michigan, a previous study km stretch was mapped, 15 .

Preliminary Stratigraphy of Unconsolidated Sediments from the Southwestern Part of Lake Michigan. h Geologic Investigation of the Site for an Environmental Pollution Study. * Distribution of Major, Minor, and Trace Constituents in Unconsolidated Sediments from . Pollen analysis of Lake Algonquin sediments, bogs on the Algonquin terrace, and upland bogs above the Algonquin terrace, indicate that Lake Algonquin was still in existence at the time of the spruce-pine pollen transition, previously dated at an average of 10, yr BP at a number of sites in Michigan, Ohio, and southern by: Figure 1. State of Michigan, Mecosta County, and city of Big Rapids, Michigan. Area of study, denoted on city of Big Rapids map, extends about 4, feet upstream of Baldwin Street Bridge. 2 Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Volume of Sediments Behind a Dam Relic on Author: David B. Westjohn. MAGNETIC STRATIGRAPHY OF LAKE MICHIGAN FIG. 1. Core locations in Lake Michigan. The water depth for cores l-3 was over between and ft (between 70 and m). on field evidence, the age of the oldest known till unit that is found on .