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Guertin, L.A., McNeill, D.F., Lidz, B.H., and Cunningham, K.J., 1999, Biochronology and transgressive/regressive signature in the late Neogene siliciclastic foundation (Long Key Formation) of the Florida Keys: Journal for Sedimentary Research, v. 69, no. 3, p. 653-666.

    • Cores examined from the middle and upper Keys allowed determination of spatial patterns, age, processes, and depositional environments of an ~150-m-thick siliciclastic unit that underlies Quaternary carbonates.

    • The Pliocene siliciclastics, derived from a source in the Appalachians, accumulated in two couplets that indicate alternating outer- and inner-shelf environments at the mouth of a river that flowed the length of the Florida peninsula.

Sallenger, A.S., Jr., Krabill, W., Brock, J., Swift, R., Manizade, S., Richmond, B., and Hampton, M., 1999, NASA-NOAA-USGS investigate El Niño impacts using Scanning Airborne Laser: EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, v. 80, no. 8, p. 89 and 92.

    • Surveyed 1,200 km of representative reaches of the U.S. West Coast both prior to and following El Nino winter storms using scanning airborne LIDAR.

    • Aimed at determining the magnitude, spatial patterns, and key processes of El Niño-induced coastal change.

Publications Sent to Geologic Division Publications Groups

  • Barnhardt, W.A., Jaffe, B.J., and Kayen, R.E., Evaluation of landslide hazards with ground-penetrating radar, Lake Michigan coast: Proceedings, Coastal Sediments 1999 meeting, Long Island, New York, June 20-24, 1999.

  • Galvin, E.L., Buchholtz ten Brink, M.R., and Mecray, E.L., Sedimentary features of cores from Long Island Sound (abs.): American Geophysical Union Spring 1999 Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Gelfenbaum, G., Sherwood, C.R., Peterson, C.D., Kaminsky, G.M., Buijsman, M., Twichell, D.C., Ruggiero, P., Gibbs, A.E., and Reed, C., The Columbia River littoral cell: A sediment budget overview: Proceedings, Coastal Sediments 1999 meeting, Long Island, New York, June 20-24, 1999.

  • Hart, P.E., Cooper, A.K., Pecher, I., and McGee, T., Gas hydrate occurrence and active shallow geologic processes in the Mississippi Canyon region, northern Gulf of Mexico (abs.): AGU 1999 Spring Meeting, May 31-June 4, 1999, Boston.

  • List, J.H., Coastal erosion research, coastal management, and the role of sea-level rise (abs.): American Geophysical Union Spring 1999 Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Morton, R.A., Kindinger, J.K., Flocks, J.G., and Stewart, L.B., Climatic-eustatic control of Holocene nearshore parasequence development, SE Texas coast: Transactions, Gulf Coast Association of Geological Societies.

  • Normark, W.R., Bohannon, R.G., Sliter, R., Dunhill, G., Scholl, D.W., Laursen, J., Reid, J.A., and Holton, D., Preliminary cruise report for A1-98-SC Southern California Earthquake Hazards project: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report.

  • Piper, D.J.W., and Normark, W.R., Sandy fans--from Hueneme to Amazon: invited contribution for an AAPG/SEPM book entitled “Fine-Grained Turbidite Systems and Submarine Fans.”

  • Relle, M.R., and Booth, J.S., Criteria to determine the presence of gas hydrates throughout the geologic rock record (abs.): American Geophysical Union Spring 1999 Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Roworth, E.T., and Signell, R.P., Construction of Digital Bathymetry for the Gulf of Maine. CD-ROM: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-801.

  • Rubin, D.M., and Topping, D.J., Seasonal and multi-year sediment balance in the Colorado River downstream from Glen Canyon Dam (abs.): Colorado River Ecosystem Science Symposium, Grand Canyon, Arizona, Feb. 16-17, 1999, sponsored by Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center.

  • Sallenger, A., Howd, P., Brock, J., Krabill, W., Swift, R., and Manizade, S., Scaling winter-storm impacts on Assateague Island, MD, VA: Proceedings of Coastal Sediments '99.

  • Swarzenski, P.W., Holmes, C.W., Shinn, E.A., and Moore, W.A., Tracing the mixing and movement of ground water into Florida Bay with four naturally occurring radium isotopes: Proceedings, Georgia Water Resources Conference.

  • ten Brink, U.S., Fisher, M.A., Brocher, T.M., Parsons, T., Crosson, R.C., Creager, K.C., Crustal structure beneath Puget Sound, Washington, from coincident seismic refraction and reflection data (abs.): Seismological Society of America Annual Meeting, May 3-5, 1999.

  • ten Brink, U.S., Shimizu, N., and Molzer, P.C., Plate deformation at depth under northern California (abs.): Penrose Conference.

  • Thieler, E.R., Butman, B., Schwab, W.C., Allison, M.A., and Danforth, W.W., Large relict bedforms at the distal end of the Hudson Shelf Valley result from a glacial break-out flood (abs): American Geophysical Union Spring 1999 Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Thieler, E.R., Gayes, P.T., Schwab, W.C., and Harris, M.S., Tracing sediment dispersal on nourished beaches: two-case study: Proceeding of Coastal Sediments '99.

  • Thieler, E.R., Pilkey, O.H. Jr. , Schwab, W.C., and Cleary, W.J., Ancient barrier island lithosomes on the U.S. Atlantic Continental Shelf: Evidence for stillstands and rapid rises in the early Holocene (abs.): American Geophysical Union Spring 1999 Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Torresan, M.E., Hampton, M.A., Wong, F.L., and Gardner, J.V., Geophysical and geological monitoring of Hawaiian ocean disposal sites with multibeam sonar and bottom sampling (abs.): EMAP Symposium on Western Ecological Systems: Status, Issues, and New Approaches, San Francisco, Calif., Apr. 6-8, 1999.

  • Valentine, P.C., Unger, T.S., and Baker, J.L., Sun-illuminated sea floor topography of Quadrangle 14 in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary off Boston, MA: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-454, scale 1:25,000, 1 sheet.

  • Valentine, P.C., Unger, T.S., and Baker, J.L., Sun-illuminated sea floor topography of Quadrangle 18 in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary off Boston, MA: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 98-458, scale 1:25,000, 1 sheet.

  • Winters, W.J., Dallimore, S.R., Collett, T.S., Katsube, J.T., Jenner, K.A., Cranston, R.E., Wright, J.F., Nixon, F.M., and Uchida, T., Physical properties of sediments from the JAPEX/JNOC/GSC Mallik 2L-38 gas hydrate research well, Mackenzie Delta, Canada: Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin.

  • Winters, W.J., Pecher, I.A., Booth, J.S., Mason, D.H., Relle, M.K., and Dillon, W.P., Properties of samples containing natural gas hydrates from the Mallik 2L-28 research well, Mackenzie Delta, NWT determined using GHASTLI: Geological Survey of Canada Bulletin.

  • Winters, W.J., Wright, J.F., Booth,. J.S., Dallimore, S.R., Pecher, I.A., Mason, D.H., Relle, M.K., and Dillon, W.P., Laboratory tests of gas hydrate samples from the Mackenzie Delta (abs.): American Geophysical Union Spring 1999 Meeting, Boston, MA.

  • Wolf, S.C., and Hamer, M.R., Turbidite pathways in Cascadia Basin and Tufts Abyssal Plain--Part A, Astoria Channel, Blanco Valley, and Gorda Basin: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report.

  • Wolf, S.C., Nelson, C.H., Hamer, M., Dunhill, G., and Phillips, R.L, The Washington and Oregon mid-shelf silt deposit and its relation to the late Holocene Columbia River sediment budget: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report.


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