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Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York

Lawrence V Rickard

Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York

by Lawrence V Rickard

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Published by University of the State of New York, State Education Dept. in Albany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Cambrian,
  • Geology, Stratigraphic -- Ordovician,
  • Carbonates

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesNew York State Museum and Science Service, map and chart series number 18, Map and chart series (New York State Geological Survey) -- no. 18
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 26 p.
    Number of Pages26
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22788806M

    Larry Rickard in his Publication, Stratigraphy and Structure of the Subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician Carbonates in New York gave some indication of the hydrocarbon potential of the Theresa (Galway). FAULTS OF THE NEW YORK CITY AREA Charles Merguerian, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY INTRODUCTION Field- and petrographic studies of the Paleozoic metamorphic rocks of New York City suggest a new interpretation of the stratigraphy and structure of the region and has delineated a number of ductile- and brittle faults.

    Conodonts, stratigraphy, and relative sea-level changes of the Tribes Hill Formation (Lower Ordovician, east-central New York) - Volume 70 Issue 4 - Ed Landing, Stephen R. Westrop, Leanne A. KnoxCited by: Ordovician Sequence Stratigraphy of the Siberian Platform Based mainly on outcrop data, nine depositional sequences bounded by regional unconformities or their correlative conformities have been distinguished in the Ordovician of the Siberian Platform (Dronov et al., , Kanygin et al., a, Kanygin et al., b).Cited by: 5.

    Cambrian-Early Ordovician sequence stratigraphy and Mount Simon Sandstone petrology—Michigan Basin Cottingham, Jeffrey Todd, M.S. Western Michigan University, UMI N. Zeeb Rd. Ann Arbor, MI Reproduced with permission of the copyright owner. Further reproduction prohibited without by: 1. Preliminary geologic map of New York, exhibiting the structure of the state so far as known; Preliminary investigation of two areas in New York State in terms of possible potential for hot dry rock geothermal energy; Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York.


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Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York by Lawrence V Rickard Download PDF EPUB FB2

Maps and cross sections display the thickness, structure, and stratigraphic relationships of the carbonates described. A paleogeologic map of New York State at the end of the Early Ordovician is presented.

Two distinct series of rocks which comprise the Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York are described and studied in by: Stratigraphy and Structure of the Subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician Carbonates of New York,NYSM, Map and Chart Series, Number 26 pages with 5 figures and 19 plates.

[Rickard, L. V.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Stratigraphy and Structure of the Subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician Carbonates of New York,Author: L.

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Title: Stratigraphy and Structure of the Subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician Carbonates of New York: Publication Type: Map: Year of Publication: Authors. Structure contours on top of Cambrian and early Ordovician -- plate Structure contours on top of Precambrian basement -- plate St.

Lawrence cross section. Cover title./ Accompanied by text: Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York (iii, 26 p.: ill.

; 28 cm.)./. Maps and cross sections display the thickness, structure, and stratigraphic relationships of the carbonates described. A paleogeologic map of New York State at the end of the Early Ordovician is presented.

Two distinct series of rocks which comprise the Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York are described and studied in detail. Langhorne B.

Smith, Jr., "Great American Carbonate Bank Subsurface Stratigraphy in the Northern Appalachian Basin, New York State", Great American Carbonate Bank: The Geology and Economic Resources of the Cambrian—Ordovician Sauk Megasequence of Laurentia, James Derby, Richard Fritz, Susan Longacre, William Morgan, Charles Sternbach.

STRATIGRAPHY A large geologic literature exists on the Paleozoic stratigraphy of eastern New York, especially the Cambrian and Ordovician carbonate rocks of the Mohawk Valley and adjacent areas and only a brief description is included here.

We will note or briefly stop at all the major lithologies present at Saratoga. northeastern New York it is ~80 m thick and exposed in fault blocks along the northeastern Adirondacks, whereas in subsurface ~20 km north of downtown Montreal it only reaches a thickness of ~36 m.

Volume: 68 () Issue: (December) First Page: Last Page: Title: Subsurface Stratigraphy of Upper Cambrian Through Carboniferous Rocks in Western and Central Pennsylvania: ABSTRACT Author(s): William C. Hayward Abstract: The analysis of geophysical well log data from 20 deep wells in western and central Pennsylvania, southern New York.

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[Lawrence V Rickard]. The Great American Carbonate Bank (GACB) comprises the carbonates (and related siliciclastics) of the Sauk megasequence, which were deposited on and around the Laurentian continent during Cambrian through earliest Middle Ordovician, forming one of the largest carbonate-dominated platforms of the Phanerozoic.

General Information. Title: Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York Author(s): Rickard, L.V. Publishing Organization: New York State Museum and Science Service Series and Number: Map and Chart Series 18 [26 p., 10 sheets] Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: Yes North Latitude: 45°.

The Cambrian and Lower Ordovician carbonates of. New York form a southerly and easterly thickening wedge. of rock 4, to 5, feet thick in southeastern New.

York and southwestern Vermont. This wedge was formed in Early Paleozoic time on a carbonate shelf or miogeocline that gave way seawardly to a carbonate-slide-breccia and. Brett CE, McLaughlin PI, Baird GC, Cornell SR () Comparative sequence stratigraphy of the Upper Ordovician (Turinian–Edenian) of the Trenton shelf (New York–Ontario) and Lexington Platform (Kentucky, southern Ohio) successions: implications for improved paleogeographic resolution of eastern by: Buy Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York (New York State Museum and Science Service, map and chart series) by Rickard, Lawrence V (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday Author: Lawrence V Rickard. Ordovician Sequence Stratigraphy of Baltoscandia Sea-Level Curve for the Ordovician of Baltoscandia Shallow-Water and Deep-Water Models southern New York. INTRODUCTION The stratigraphy of the carbonate rocks of the Lehigh and Delaware Valleys has long been problematical because of lithologic similarity, lack of paleontologic data, and structural complexity.

The rocks younger than the Hardyston Quartzite of Early Cambrian age andCited by: 4. Never the less the carbonate grains of this collection are separated from one another on the basis of their shape, size and internal structure. Carbonate grains can be separated from one another on the basis of their shape, size and internal structure.

Dolostones of the Pine Plains Formation of Late Cambrian age from a continental margin of the Appalachian Basin formed in a peritidal setting.

The strontium-isotopic signature of this hypersaline dolostone shows that the waters responsible for precipitating this dolomite were fresh-water effluents derived from a granitic continental by: 7. Stratigraphy of the Cambrian and Ordovician Rocks of East-Central Alaska By EARL E. BRABB LOWER PALEOZOIC PALEONTOLOGY AND STRATIGRAPHY OF EAST-CENTRAL ALASKA GEOLOGICAL SURVEY PROFESSIONAL PAPER A Descriptions of four newly named formations of Early Cambrian to Middle Ordovician age^Cited by: The analysis of geophysical well log data from 20 deep wells in western and central Pennsylvania, southern New York, and northern West Virginia confirms the presence of anomalies in the distribution and thickness of the Lower Ordovician Beekmantown, Middle Ordovician Trenton, Lower Devonian Oriskany.

Stratigraphy and structure of the subsurface Cambrian and Ordovician carbonates of New York. New York State Museum and Cited by: 3.