DGGS AOF 114

Publication Details

  • Title:

    Tertiary formations in the Kodiak Island area, Alaska, and their petroleum reservoir and source-rock potential
  • Authors:

    Lyle, W.M., Morehouse, J.A., Palmer, I.F., Jr., Bolm, J.G., Moore, G.W., and Nilsen, T.H.
  • Publication Date:

    1978
  • Publisher:

    Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys
  • Ordering Info:

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  • Quadrangle(s):

    Kaguyak, Kodiak, Trinity Islands
  • Keyword(s):

    Depositional Environment; Geochemistry; Paleobotany; Paleontology; Petrography; Petroleum; Reservoir Model; Resource Assessment; Stratigraphy; Stream Sediments; Tertiary

Bibliographic Reference

Lyle, W.M., Morehouse, J.A., Palmer, I.F., Jr., Bolm, J.G., Moore, G.W., and Nilsen, T.H., 1978, Tertiary formations in the Kodiak Island area, Alaska, and their petroleum reservoir and source-rock potential: Alaska Division of Geological & Geophysical Surveys Alaska Open-File Report 114, 59 p., 10 sheets, scale 1 inch = 50 feet. doi:10.14509/30

Publication Products

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  • Maps & Other Oversized SheetsMaps & Other Oversized Sheets

    • Plate A Kodiak Quadrangle - sample locations, scale 1:250,000 (8.0 M)
    • Plate B Trinity Islands Quadrangle - sample locations, scale 1:250,000 (2.2 M)
    • Plate C Kaguyak Quadrangle - sample locations, scale 1:250,000 (2.0 M)
    • Plate I Geese Island stratigraphic section, scale 1 inch = 60 feet (9.8 M)
    • Plate II McDonald Lagoon stratigraphic section segments, scale 1 inch = 100 feet (1.1 M)
    • Plate III Narrow Cape stratigraphic section, scale 1 inch = 50 feet (26.0 M)
    • Plate IV Ocean Bay stratigraphic section, scale 1 inch = 60 feet (12.0 M)
    • Plate V Partition Cove stratigraphic section, scale 1 inch = 60 feet (8.9 M)
    • Plate VI Sitkinak stratigraphic section, scale 1 inch = 100 feet (29.0 M)
    • Plate VII Twoheaded Island stratigraphic section, scale 1 inch = 50 feet (25.0 M)

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