Geologic report for the Chukchi Sea planning area, Alaska
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Geologic report for the Chukchi Sea planning area, Alaska regional geology, petroleum geology, and environmental geology by Dennis K Thurston

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Minerals Management Service, Alaska OCS Region in Anchorage, Alaska .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Petroleum -- Geology -- Chukchi Sea,
  • Geology -- Chukchi Sea,
  • Offshore oil well drilling -- Environmental aspects -- Chukchi Sea

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Dennis K. Thurston, Leslie A. Theiss
SeriesOCS report
ContributionsTheiss, Leslie A, United States. Minerals Management Service. Alaska OCS Region
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 193 p. :
Number of Pages193
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17975430M

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Geologic report for the Chukchi Sea planning area, Alaska: regional geology, petroleum geology, and environmental geology. [Dennis K Thurston; Leslie A Theiss] -- This report summarizes the regional geological framework, hydrocarbon potential and shallow geology of the Chukchi Sea planning area, scheduled for OCS Oil and Gas Lease Sale in Get this from a library! Summary geologic report for Barrow Arch Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) planning area, Chukchi Sea, Alaska. [Arthur Grantz; Steven D May]. State of Alaska Alaska / Natural Resources DNR / Geological & Geophysical Surveys DGGS / Publications Pubs / OF OF USGS OF Summary geologic report for Barrow Arch, outer continental shelf (OCS), Planning area, Chukchi Sea, Alaska. Buy Summary geologic report for Barrow Arch Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) planning area, Chukchi Sea, Alaska (Open-file report / United States Geological Survey) by Arthur Grantz (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Arthur Grantz.

Final Environmental Impact Statement, Chukchi Sea Planning Area Oil and Gas Lease Sale — (OCS EIS/EA MMS ) May Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Beaufort Sea and Chukchi Sea Planning Areas Oil and Gas Lease Sales , , , and — (OCS EIS/EA MMS ) November A summary of U.S. Geological Survey marine geologic studies on the inner shelf of the Chukchi Sea, Alaska, summer [microform] / by Thomas E. Reiss, Ralph E. Hunter, and R. Lawrence Phillips U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey [Menlo Park, Calif.?] Australian/Harvard Citation. Reiss, Thomas E. & Hunter, Ralph Eugene. PDF | The Hope Basin, an independent petroleum province that lies mostly offshore in the southern Chukchi Sea north of the Chukotka and Seward | Find, . The Chukchi Sea forms part of the Arctic Ocean, bordered in the east by northwestern Alaska between the Seward Peninsula and Barrow, and the west by Wrangel Island and northeastern Siberia. Estimates of oil and gas reserves on the US portion of the Continental Shelf, including both the Chukchi and the neighboring Beaufort Sea, range up to 30 billion barrels of oil .

Undiscovered Oil and Gas Resources, Alaska Federal Offshore, as of January This page monograph with 5 folded plates provides the fundamental data that support the most recent oil and gas assessment of offshore Alaska. The report contains descriptions of computer models, geologic data for offshore basins, and economic models. 1 ntroducti on This sumnary report is a partial revision of U.S. Geological Survey Open- File Report (Grantz and others, ). That report synthesized for the Minerals Management Service information avail able to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) as of on the geologic framework, petroleum geology and regional geologic hazards of the Barrow arch planning area in the Chukchi Sea. Dennis THURSTON of Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Washington, D.C. (BOEM) | Read 16 publications | Contact Dennis THURSTON. Abstract CHIRP subbottom data collected across the Chukchi shelf, offshore NW Alaska, imaged numerous paleochannels and valleys that appear to have been downcut and incised during sea level falls associated with glacial intervals. In contrast, the two most recent incisions appear to have been formed during the period of sea level rise following the Last Glacial Maximum .