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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2009
Seismological Research Letters (2009) 80 (3): 525–538.
... Wabash River Valley area of southern Indiana and Illinois. We also calculated the horizontal-to-vertical ratio of the S wave ( H/V * S ) for the southwestern Indiana earthquake of 18 June 2002 and evaluated its effectiveness for estimating site effects. The database for the study consisted of new SH...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 1976
Journal of Sedimentary Research (1976) 46 (3): 579–594.
...R. G. Jackson Abstract A process-response model of point-bar sediments in the lower Wabash River of Illinois and Indiana was constructed by integration of (1) results (reported elsewhere) of repetitive hydraulic surveys of meander bends and (2) distributions of sedimentary structures and sediment...
Journal Article
Journal: GSA Bulletin
Published: 01 November 1975
GSA Bulletin (1975) 86 (11): 1511–1522.
...ROSCOE G. JACKSON, II Abstract Meander bends in the lower Wabash River of Illinois and Indiana display coherent patterns of current velocity, bed topography, lower-regime bed forms, and bed-material size. The upstream reach of a bend is a zone of transition from the reversed hydraulic...
Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 October 1942
AAPG Bulletin (1942) 26 (10): 1594–1607.
...George V. Cohee ABSTRACT Much oil is produced in the region of the lower Wabash River which is the boundary between Illinois and Indiana in this area. Oil and gas are produced from lower Pennsylvanian and Chester (upper Mississippian) sandstones and from the Fredonia limestone (McClosky “lime...
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Journal Article
Journal: AAPG Bulletin
Published: 01 May 1942
AAPG Bulletin (1942) 26 (5): 914–915.
...George V. Cohee Oil and gas production in the Wabash River Valley in southeastern Illinois and southwestern Indiana is from lower Pennsylvanian and Chester sandstones and the McClosky limestone of the Ste. Genevieve formation. The principal fields in the area are New Harmony Consolidated...
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—Permeability distribution for Whitewater <b>River</b> bar and <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> bar. A...
Published: 01 January 1973
Fig. 3 —Permeability distribution for Whitewater River bar and Wabash River bar. Arrows indicate directions of cross-stratification and maximum permeability directions.
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—Porosity distributions for Whitewater <b>River</b> bar and <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> bar.
Published: 01 January 1973
Fig. 4 —Porosity distributions for Whitewater River bar and Wabash River bar.
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Terrain map centered on the lower <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> valley (solid ellipse) showi...
Published: 23 February 2021
Figure 2. Terrain map centered on the lower Wabash River valley (solid ellipse) showing epicenters of earthquakes of M w  3.0 or greater over the past ∼ 200    yr (modified from Dart and Volpi, 2010 ). Dashed ellipse is the approximate extent of the WVFS. The color version
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—Aerial photograph of <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> bar, with locations of sample profiles, ...
Published: 01 January 1973
Fig. 2 —Aerial photograph of Wabash River bar, with locations of sample profiles, grid, and trench.
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—Trench sections through sand-scale front on <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> bar. Section  A  ...
Published: 01 January 1973
Fig. 5 —Trench sections through sand-scale front on Wabash River bar. Section A is perpendicular to front and section B is parallel with front.
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—Permeability and porosity versus textural parameters for <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> (tri...
Published: 01 January 1973
Fig. 19 —Permeability and porosity versus textural parameters for Wabash River (triangles) and Whitewater River (circles) bars.
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Location of New Harmony field in lower <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> area.
Published: 01 October 1942
Fig. 1.— Location of New Harmony field in lower Wabash River area.
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—Lower <b>Wabash</b> <b>River</b> area, Illinois and Indiana, showing oil and gas pools a...
Published: 01 June 1941
Fig. 2. —Lower Wabash River area, Illinois and Indiana, showing oil and gas pools and producing formations in each pool indicated by numbers under pool name (see table for key). Information on Indiana pools furnished by G. F. Fix, State gas supervisor, Indianapolis, J. B. Robertson, Evansville
Series: GSA Field Guide
Published: 10 December 2018
DOI: 10.1130/2018.0051(12)
EISBN: 9780813756516
... ABSTRACT About 17,000 yr ago, Glacial Lake Maumee breached the Fort Wayne Moraine, sending an unimaginably large torrent of meltwater down the upper Wabash River Valley (UWRV). The Maumee Megaflood (MM) may have lasted only a few weeks, but it scoured out a deep trough along the main stem...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1997
Seismological Research Letters (1997) 68 (4): 662–674.
... surface, detailed mapping of geomorphic elements in the valley, reconnaissance drilling of the Holocene and Pleistocene alluvium, and structural analysis of the bedrock underlying the valley were used to determine whether the geomorphology of the valley and the patterns of alluviation of the Wabash River...
Journal Article
Journal: Geophysics
Published: 01 March 1986
Geophysics (1986) 51 (3): 640–660.
...John L. Sexton; L. W. Braile; William J. Hinze; M. J. Campbell Abstract Sixty-eight kilometers of 12-fold seismic reflection data were collected in the Wabash River Valley of southwestern Indiana and southeastern Illinois to investigate the configuration of a basement structure inferred from...
Journal Article
Published: 05 October 2016
Seismological Research Letters (2016) 87 (6): 1479–1486.
... this area are recorded in regional catalogs. The Wabash fault system extends from the junction of the Rough Creek and Cottage Grove faults in the south along the Wabash River into the La Salle anticlinal belt to the north. These faults extend through the Paleozoic and into the Precambrian basement. Two...
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Journal Article
Published: 23 September 2015
Seismological Research Letters (2015) 86 (6): 1730–1736.
...Timothy H. Larson; Andrew C. Phillips; Scott D. Elrick ABSTRACT The Meadow Bank ( MB ) is a 10-km-long and 5- to 7-m-high linear scarp in glacial sediments, trending north-northeast along the west edge of the Wabash River Valley in southeast Illinois. The MB is within the Wabash Valley seismic zone...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 June 2005
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America (2005) 95 (3): 1193–1201.
...Edward W. Woolery Abstract High-resolution seismic (shear-wave) reflection profiles were collected over a segment of the Hovey Lake fault, a known Paleozoic fault within a system of faults in the southernmost Wabash River valley of the central United States. Although the fault zone, called...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 1997
Seismological Research Letters (1997) 68 (4): 611–623.
... and Illinois. A geotechnical study of the soil conditions at paleoliquefaction sites there is used to estimate both the magnitudes and accelerations of the prehistoric earthquakes. This study covers an area of the Wabash River drainage approximately 250 km north to south and 180 km east to west, in southern...