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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1997
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1997) 67 (3): 560–570.
...Rebecca S. Robinson; Mark J. Johnsson Abstract Sands of the Sagavanirktok River drainage basin, on the North Slope of Alaska, are composed primarily of calcite, quartz, and sedimentary and metasedimentary lithic fragments. The relative proportions of these components vary systematically through...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1984
AAPG Bulletin (1984) 68 (4): 455.
...Jon C. Boothroyd; Barry S. Timson ABSTRACT The Sagavanirktok River is the second-largest river on the North Slope of Alaska (drainage basin area = 14,364 km 2 , 5,500 mi 2 ; length = 267 km, 165 mi). Maximum discharge recorded during the spring breakup was 2,320 m 3 /sec (82,000 cfs); flow ceases...
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(Top) Aerial photograph of the portion of the <b>Sagavanirktok</b> <b>River</b> studied b...
Published: 01 December 2015
Figure 1. (Top) Aerial photograph of the portion of the Sagavanirktok River studied by Lunt et al. (2004a) with the active channel belt and the preserved channel belt deposits identified. (Middle and Bottom) Conceptual model for the hierarchical sedimentary architecture found in channel-belt
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(Top) Exposure of level I unit types in a trench at the <b>Sagavanirktok</b> <b>River</b>...
Published: 18 December 2014
Fig. 5. (Top) Exposure of level I unit types in a trench at the Sagavanirktok River field site (from Lunt 2002). (Bottom) Rendering of orthogonal sections through an extracted piece of the stratal model produced for realization 1 with the GEOSIM code. The extracted piece was chosen so
Series: SEPM Special Publication
Published: 01 January 2004
DOI: 10.2110/pec.04.80.0139
EISBN: 9781565762169
...–20.1 12.9–13.1 Grey/brown gravel (disturbed) 13000 21475 34.9 9.7 OFG 147 243 43.4 0.47 Sand Sagavanirktok River, Corelab data Permeameter 12.1 = 20 20.7 9.02 OFG 8.03 13 18.7 4.9 Sand and gravel 1.51 3 21.3 0.17 sand Lab Permeameter...
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(A) Locations of the Colville (1), Kuparuk (2), and <b>Sagavanirktok</b> <b>Rivers</b> (3...
Published: 01 August 2004
Figure 1 (A) Locations of the Colville (1), Kuparuk (2), and Sagavanirktok Rivers (3), Alaska, and (B) the Mississippi River subdeltas (4 and 5), the Atchafalaya (6), and Wax Lake (7) deltas studied. (C) Area of detail of the Colville River delta highlighted by the polygon in (A).
Journal Article
Journal: Palynology
Published: 01 January 2002
Palynology (2002) 26 (1): 59–93.
... on the Sagavanirktok River. The top of the Sagwon Member of the Sagavanirktok Formation is shown to be a thin, coaly, apparently nonmarine sequence almost certainly of early Eocene age; the remainder of the member has long been known to be Paleocene in age. The remaining six sections at Franklin Bluffs contain silty...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1988
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1988) 58 (1): 24–32.
... of surface deposits on the Alaskan North Slope and shelf. Samples from along the Colville and Sagavanirktok rivers, ranging from the high-relief headwaters to the subaerial deltas, were analyzed together with a suite of continental shelf samples that form a transect from shallow, submerged deltas across...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 December 1970
AAPG Bulletin (1970) 54 (12): 2504.
...N. J. Silberling ABSTRACT Marine Triassic sedimentary rocks crop out in northern Alaska at scattered localities in a belt that extends from Cape Thompson and the DeLong Mountains on the west, eastward along the north front of the Brooks Range across the drainages of the Colville and Sagavanirktok...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 April 1974
AAPG Bulletin (1974) 58 (4): 621–645.
.... A northeast-trending negative area, the Canning sag, stretches from the Prudhoe Bay region southwest to the Sagavanirktok River region of the Brooks Range, where there is a 3,000-ft-thick accumulation of shallow-water Carboniferous carbonate rocks. The Lisburne Group, at many outcrops in the Brooks Range...
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Comparison of typical resolution achieved in DEMs created using (a) Landsat...
Published: 01 July 2013
Figure 5. Comparison of typical resolution achieved in DEMs created using (a) Landsat 5 Thematic Mapper data acquired in July 2009 (30-m cell size) and (b) full-resolution topographic lidar data (0.25-m cell size) over a 400 × 400 m area on the west bank of the Sagavanirktok River. Visible
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Examples of architecture for braided <b>river</b> deposits from modern and ancient...
Published: 07 December 2020
Figure 10. Examples of architecture for braided river deposits from modern and ancient strata. (A) Lateral accretion sets of a compound bar and fill of remnant braid channel for the modern gravelly Sagavanirktok River, North Slope of Alaska, in trench photo (a) and ground-penetrating radar
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Stratigraphic nomenclature of sedimentary rock units from the Colville Rive...
Published: 01 January 2002
of the Canning Formation indicates that at least marine correlatives of this member are found as far west as the Sagavanirktok River in the form of the Franklin Bluffs Member (F. B. Mbr.) of the Sagavanirktok Formation.
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Histograms and cumulative percentage curves for channel belt and <b>river</b> chan...
Published: 01 August 2004
Figure 3 Histograms and cumulative percentage curves for channel belt and river channel widths on the Colville, Kuparuk, and Sagavanirktok Rivers. See Table 1 for statistics.
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—Map of northern Alaska showing the major physiographic and tectonic provin...
Published: 01 July 1990
Figure 1 —Map of northern Alaska showing the major physiographic and tectonic provinces, including the northeastern Brooks Range. SR = Sagavanirktok River, CR = Canning River.
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Histograms and cumulative percentage curves for fluvial channel bar lengths...
Published: 01 August 2004
Figure 4 Histograms and cumulative percentage curves for fluvial channel bar lengths and widths on the Colville, Kuparuk, and Sagavanirktok Rivers. See Table 1 for statistics.
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DEM constructed from full-resolution bathymetric lidar returns classified a...
Published: 01 July 2013
Figure 8. DEM constructed from full-resolution bathymetric lidar returns classified as water bottom (lake or river floor) for the (a) North Slope survey area and (b) tile F3, a 4 × 4 km area along the Sagavanirktok River.
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Figure 3. Chronostratigraphic column for outcrops along the lower Colville ...
Published: 01 January 2010
Figure 3. Chronostratigraphic column for outcrops along the lower Colville and Sagavanirktok Rivers. Includes range zone of dinosaurs in northern Alaska. Formations in gray are predominantly marine. Modified after Mull et al. (2003) and Fiorillo and Gangloff (2000) .
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(Top) Exposure of channel-belt deposits in a trench at the <b>Sagavanirktok</b> Ri...
Published: 01 December 2015
Figure 3. (Top) Exposure of channel-belt deposits in a trench at the Sagavanirktok River field site (from Lunt, 2002 ). (Bottom) Rendering of an extracted piece of a geometric model produced using the approach illustrated in Figure 2 . View is oblique but nearly parallel to paleoflow direction
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The maximum, average, and minimum intensity series from outcrop data for  A...
Published: 01 May 2011
is the location of the Sagavanirktok River, with a gravel bar from 100 m to 190 m and the outcrop from 260 m to 445 m.