DGGS MP 47

Publication Details

  • Title:

    Survey of geology, geologic materials, and geologic hazards in proposed access corridors in the Baird Mountains Quadrangle, Alaska
  • Authors:

    Stevens, D.S.P., Clement, R.F., Reger, R.D., and Smith, R.L.
  • Publication Date:

    Dec 2003
  • Publisher:

    Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
  • Comments:

    Geospatial data for this publication is available under MP 129.
  • Total Price:

    $52.00
  • Ordering Info:

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  • Quadrangle(s):

    Baird Mountains
  • Keyword(s):

    Aufeis; Avalanche; Construction Materials; Engineering; Engineering Geology; Geologic Hazards; Geologic Materials; Geology; Glacier Outburst Flood; Glaciers; Hazards; Icing; Ingakslugwat Hills; Jokulhlaup; Naled; Non-Metals; Permafrost; Permafrost and Periglacial; Resources; Slope Instability; Transportation Corridor; Volcanoes

Bibliographic Reference

Stevens, D.S.P., Clement, R.F., Reger, R.D., and Smith, R.L., 2003, Survey of geology, geologic materials, and geologic hazards in proposed access corridors in the Baird Mountains Quadrangle, Alaska: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Miscellaneous Publication 47, 4 sheets, scale 1:250,000.

Publication Products

  • Maps & Other Oversized SheetsMaps & Other Oversized Sheets

    • Sheet A Derivative geologic-materials map of proposed transportation corridors in the Baird Mountains Quadrangle, Alaska, scale 1:250,000 (12.0 M)
    • Sheet B Data-quality assessment of geologic mapping along proposed transportation corridors in the Baird Mountains Quadrangle, Alaska, scale 1:250,000 (11.0 M)
    • Sheet C1 Map of potential geologic hazards along the proposed transportation corridors in the Baird Mountains Quadrangle, Alaska: Part 1, Derivative Hazards, scale 1:250,000 (12.0 M)
    • Sheet C2 Map of potential geologic hazards along the proposed transportation corridors in the Baird Mountains Quadrangle, Alaska: Part 2, Additional Hazards, scale 1:250,000 (10.0 M)

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