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Marine geology of the northeastern gulf of Maine
R. J. Malloy
|Statement||[by] R. J. Malloy and R. N. Harbison.|
|Contributions||Harbison, R. N., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QB280 .U53 no. 28|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||66061828|
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AND THE SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS OFFSHORE AREA 1 By R. 0LDALE, ELAZAR U CHUPI, 2 and K. P~A2 ABSTRACT The sedimentary framework of the western Gulf of Maine and the southeastern Massachusetts offshore area has been interpreted from data obtained with a seismic profiler, supple mented by information from geology on land and from samCited by:.
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– 14).Primary information sources were Maine Surficial Geology (Bardhardt et al. ), USGS Surficial Sediment Polygons for Greater Gulf of Maine (Poppe et al.
), and a Map of Sedimentary Environments of Cape Cod Bay (Knebel et al. ).We encourage papers that address emerging new fields, for example the influence of anthropogenic processes on coastal/marine geology and coastal/marine geoarchaeology.
We insist that the papers are concerned with the marine realm and that they deal with geology: with rocks, sediments, and physical and chemical processes affecting them.