2 edition of Geology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River Valley, southeastern North Carolina found in the catalog.
Geology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River Valley, southeastern North Carolina
D. R. Soller
|Statement||by David R. Soller.|
|Series||U.S. Geological Survey professional paper -- 1466A|
|LC Classifications||USGSPPAP#1446-A 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||88-600245|
Chronicles of the Cape Fear river, Date: | Identifier: FC2 S68 Original held by New Hanover County Public Library, Wilmington, N.C. more. distribution on terraces in the Cape Fear River Valley of North Carolina, in an Geology and Tectonic History of Lower Cape Fear River Valley, Southeastern North Carolina, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper A, 60 pp Soller, D.R.
Hackney C.T., Avery G.B., Leonard L.A., Posey M., Alphin T. () Biological, Chemical, and Physical Characteristics of Tidal Freshwater Swamp Forests of the Lower Cape Fear River/Estuary, North Carolina. In: Ecology of Tidal Freshwater Forested Wetlands of the Southeastern United States. Springer, DordrechtCited by: David R. Soller. Geologist, U.S. Geological Survey. Current position Chief, National Geologic Map Database project -- Development and management of science databases for support of societal decisionmaking and scientific research are critical and widely recognized needs.
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GEOLOGY AND TECTONIC HISTORY OF THE LOWER CAPE FEAR RIVER VALLEY, SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA By DAVID R. SOLLER ABSTRACT The Cape Fear River is a major Piedmont-draining river system that flows across the Atlantic Coastal Plain in North Carolina. A detailed study of stratigraphy, mineralogy, and geomorphology wasCited by: Get this from a library.
Geology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River Valley, southeastern North Carolina. [D R Soller; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. General Information. Title: Geology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River valley, southeastern North Carolina Author(s): Soller, D.R.
Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper A Larger Work: Surface and shallow subsurface geologic studies of the Carolina coastal plains Publication Date: The Cape Fear River is a major Piedmont-draining river system that flows across the Atlantic Coastal Plain in North Carolina.
A detailed study of stratigraphy, mineralogy, and geomorphology was undertaken to assess the geology and tectonic history of the valley and the implications for late Cenozoic tectonism in the region.
PP A / Soller, D. / GEOLOGY AND TECTONIC HISTORY OF THE LOWER CAPE FEAR RIVER VALLEY SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA,pb, 80 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 28 figs., 4 tables, new, uncirculated condition, $ Cape Fear River, river in central and southeastern North Carolina, U.S., formed by the Geology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River Valley of the Deep and Haw rivers along the boundary between Chatham and Lee counties.
It flows generally southeast past Fayetteville, Elizabethtown, and Wilmington and enters the Atlantic Ocean at Southport, opposite Smith Island, after a course of about miles ( km).
D.R. SollerGeology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River valley, southeastern North Carolina U.S. Geological Survey professional paper (No. A) ()Cited by: Welcome to the Digital Archive for Southeastern Geology Duncan Heron, founding editor of Southeastern Geology. Hosted by Belk Library and Information Commons and the Department of Geological and Environmental Sciences at Appalachian State University, Boone, NC.
Soller, D.Geology and tectonic history of the Lower Cape Fear River Valley, southeastern North Carolina, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper A, p, A Google Scholar 44Cited by: Cape Fear River transect: the Upper Cretaceous Cape Fear, Black Creek and Peedee Formations of southeastern North Carolina and overlying.
North Carolina's long and often turbulent geologic history reveals the effects of both plate tectonics and weather. The earth's crust is essentially a crude patchwork of continually shifting plates that collide with one another as new crust is generated. Geology and tectonic history of the lower Cape Fear River valley, southeastern ().
Geology of the Coastal Plain of North Carolina. The American Philosophical Society. New Series. R o b e r t s,D. L.,K a r k a n a s,P.,J a c o b s,Z.,M a r e a n,C.
Land of the Golden River: Historical Events and Stories of Southeastern North Carolina and the Lower Cape Fear, Volume One: Old Times on the Seacoast to [Hall, Lewis Philip] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Land of the Golden River: Historical Events and Stories of Southeastern North Carolina and the Lower Cape FearAuthor: Lewis Philip Hall.
Wilmington, located on the east bank of the river near the fork in its branches, quickly replaced Brunswick Town as the center of commerce for Lower Cape Fear and as the seat for New Hanover County.
By the outbreak of the American Revolution, the younger town was vying to become the leading municipality in the province, whereas Brunswick would soon be taken over. Most inland eolian dunes associated with rivers on the Georgia Coastal Plain probably date to glacial periods.
Direct dating of the dune sand by optically stimulated luminescence dating, combined with limiting ages from radiocarbon dating, shows that dunes formed during isotope stage 2, stage 3, the transition between stages 4 and 5, and isotope stage 6 or earlier.
North Carolina Rivers Shown on the Map: Black River, Broad River, Cape Fear River, Catawba River, Chowan River, Deep River, Don River, French Broad River, Haw River, Lumber River, Neuse River, Northeast Cape Fear River, Pee Dee River, Roanoke River, Rocky River, South River, Tar River and Yadkin River.
North Carolina Lakes Shown on the Map: B. Everett. Download Citation | Fluvial terraces of the little river valley, atlantic coastal plain, North Carolina | An optically-stimulated luminescence (OSL) and radiocarbon chronology is presented for.
Northeast CAPE FEAR Estuary, North Carolina USGS Water-Supply Paper E $ Geology and Tectonic History of the Lower CAPE FEAR RIVER Valley, Southeastern North Carolina - USGS Professional Paper A $ The Black Creek-Peedee Formational Contact (Upper Cretaceous) in the CAPE FEAR RIVER Region of North Carolina - USGS.
/ MINERAL RESOURCES OF THE CHARLOTTE 1X2 QUADRANGLE, NORTH CAROLINA AND SOUTH CAROLINA,pb, pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 49 figs., 13 tables, $ 30 PP A / Soller, D. / GEOLOGY AND TECTONIC HISTORY OF THE LOWER CAPE FEAR RIVER VALLEY SOUTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA,pb, 80 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 28.
METHODISM in the Upper Cape Fear Valley [C. Franklin Grill] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. METHODISM in the Upper Cape Fear ValleyAuthor: C. Franklin Grill. The Cape Fear River basin, which occupies much of North Carolina’s southeastern quadrant, is the largest.
The Roanoke River drains the state’s northeastern corner, flowing southeast from Virginia into the ocean at Albermarle Sound. Bisecting North Carolina from north to south is the Yadkin–Pee Dee River.The lower strata consist of numerous laterally persistent units of gravelly sand grading up to sand and muddy sand exposed along the Cape Fear River and other areas near Fayetteville, North Carolina.
They suggested that the term “Cape Fear Formation” be applied to these strata, following nomenclature proposed by Stephenson(,).At Wilmington, it receives the Northeast Cape Fear River and Brunswick River, turns south, widening as an estuary and entering the Atlantic approximately 3 miles (5 km) west of Cape Fear.
During the colonial era, the river provided a principal transportation route to the interior of North Carolina.⁃ location: North Carolina.