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Geological studies of the COST no. B-3 well, United States Mid-Atlantic Continental slope area

Geological studies of the COST no. B-3 well, United States Mid-Atlantic Continental slope area

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, Free on application to Branch of Distribution, U.S. Geological Survey in [Reston, Va.], Arlington, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Continental slopes -- Atlantic Coast (U.S.),
  • Submarine geology.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 126-132

    Statementby Peter A. Scholle, editor
    SeriesGeological Survey circular -- 833
    ContributionsScholle, Peter A, Geological Survey (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 132 p. :
    Number of Pages132
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14217109M

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    THE MID-ATLANTIC AREA, PRE order to evaluate the geologic resources of the continental margins of the United States. In the Delaware Geological 1. Survey conducted a high resolution seismic reflection profile others, plus the COST B-3 well, encountered minor gas shows. Geological and Geophysical Costs (Continued) Current law treatment G&G cost treatment was changed in the Energy Policy Act of to rationalize its structure and to encourage domestic exploration and production of oil and natural gas by allowing faster recovery of G&G costs. These changes provided for 24 month.

    COST no. B-2 well, U.S. mid-Atlantic outer continental shelf Mid-Atlantic outer continental shelf Continental Offshore Stratigraphic Test no. B-2 well, U.S. mid-Atlantic outer continental shelf: Responsibility: by Peter A. Scholle, Harold L. Krivoy, and Jacqueline L. Hennessy ; Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. Geology is the study of the earth, the materials that make it up, the structure of those materials, and the processes acting upon them, as well as the organisms that inhabit the earth. An important aspect of geology is the study of how those materials, structures, processes, and organisms have changed over time.


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Geological studies of the COST no. B-3 well, United States Mid-Atlantic Continental slope area Download PDF EPUB FB2

The COST No. B-3 well is the first deep stratigraphic test to be drilled on the Continental Slope off the Eastern United States. The well was drilled in 2, ft ( m) of water in the Baltimore Canyon trough area to a total depth of 15, ft (4, m) below the drill platform. It penetrated a section composed of mudstones, calcareous mudstones, and limestones of generally deep.

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[Peter A Scholle; Geological Survey (U.S.);]. Geological studies of the COST numbers B-3 well, United States Mid-Atlantic Continental slope area (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Peter A Scholle; Geological Survey (U.S.).

The COST No. B-2 well is the first deep stratigraphic test to be drilled on the United States Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (AOCS) area. The well was drilled on the eastern flank of the Baltimore Canyon trough to a total depth of 16, feet; it penetrated a section composed almost entirely of sand and shale with subordinate amounts of limestone, coal, and lignite.

Geological studies of the COST No. B-3 well, United States mid-Atlantic continen- tal slope area. U.S. Geol. Surv. Circ., pp. The COST No. GE-1 well is the first deep stratigraphic test to be drilled in the southern part of the U.S. Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (AOCS) area.

The well was drilled within the Southeast Georgia Embayment to a total depth of 13, ft (4, m). It penetrated a section composed largely of chalky limestones to a depth of about 3, ft (1, m) below the drill platform.

Deep structure and evolution of the Baltimore Canyon Trough in the vicinity of the COST No J. Grow Geological Studies of the COST No. B-3 well, United States Mid-Atlantic Continental Slope area: U.S.

Geological Survey Circular   Offshore in the Baltimore Canyon Trough, Coniacian non-marine sediments oc- cur in the COST B-2 well and Coniacian inner to middle shelf sediments are present in the COST B-3 well (Poag, ). This suggests the presence of a sequence that is now confined to the offshore area and that probably did not develop in the coastal plain area (Fig.

P.A. Scholle (Ed.), Geological Studies of the COST No. B-3 Well. United States Mid-Atlantic Continental slope area, U.S.G.S. Circular (), pp. Google Scholar. Geological studies of the COST No. B-3 Well, United States Mid-Atlantic continental slope area,Circular Evaluation of planning alternatives for maintaining desirable dissolved-oxygen concentrations in the Willamette River, Oregon,Circular K.

REFERENCES Burton, R., Kendall, C., and Lerche, I., Out of our depth: on the impossibility of fathoming eustacy from the stratigraphic record.

In Scholle PA (ed) Geological studies of the COST No. B-3 well, United States Mid-Atlantic Continental Slope Area. Geol Survey Circ – Google Scholar Grunau HR, Lehner P, Cleintuar MR, Allenbach P, Bakker G () New radiometric ages and seismic data from Fuerteventura (Canary Islands) and Sao Tome (Gulf of Guinea).

Grow, J.A.,Deep structure and evolution of the Baltimore Canyon Trough in the vicinity of the COST No. B-3 well, in P.A. Scholle, ed., Geological studies of the COST No. B-3 well, United States mid-Atlantic continental slope area: U.S.

Geological. United States Geological Survey Open-File Report, p. – Google Scholar MONTANEZ, I.P. and READ, J.F.,Eustatic control of early dolomitization of cyclic peritidal carbonates: Evidence from the Early Ordovician Upper Know Group, Appalachians: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v.

p. – Geological studies of the COST GE-1 well, United States South Atlantic outer continental shelf area. [Reston, Va.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey ; Arlington, Va.: Free on application to Branch of Distribution, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book.

Yet these geologic forces have left behind some of the most fascinating must-see sites in the continental United States. Lava Beds National Monument, California.

COST no. B-3 well, U.S. Mid-Atlantic continental slope Mid-Atlantic continental slope Continental Offshore Stratigraphic Test no.

B-3 well, U.S. Mid-Atlantic continental slope: Responsibility: by Peter A. Scholle, Kim A. Schwab, and Harold L. Krivoy ; Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey. Geological studies of the COST No.

B-3 Well, United States Mid- Atlantic continental slope area. Article. Jan ; P.A. Scholle; The COST No. B-3 Well. North America - North America - Geologic history: Continents have collided and broken apart repeatedly over geologic time. When they separate, new ocean basins develop between the diverging pieces through the process of seafloor spreading.

Spreading, which originates at oceanic ridges, is compensated (to conserve surface area on the planet) by subduction—the. The EDGE experiment offshore the U.S.

east coast obtained near vertical incidence seismic reflection data, as well as wide angle seismic reflection and .Structure. A continental shelf typically extends from the coast to depths of – metres (– feet). It is gently inclined seaward at an average slope of about °.

In nearly all instances, it ends at its seaward edge with an abrupt drop called the shelf this lies the continental slope, a much steeper zone that usually merges with a section of the ocean.

Geological studies of the COST B-3 well, United States mid-Atlantic Continental Slope area: United States Geological Survey Circular Schlee, J.S.; Grow, J.A. Geological studies on the COST B-2 well, U.S. Mid-Atlantic outer continental shelf area.