2 edition of Regional geology of the southern Lake Erie (Ohio) bottom found in the catalog.
by U.S. Army, Corps of Engineers, Coastal Engineering Research Center, National Technical Information Service, Operations Division [distributor in Fort Belvoir, Va, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Charles H. Carter ... [et al.].|
|Series||Miscellaneous report -- no. 82-15, Miscellaneous report (Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)) -- no. 82-15.|
|Contributions||Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||109|
The Erie villages and clans are documented along the southern coast of Lake Erie in New York, Pennsylvania and Ohio; but we have no direct records of them because they were completely wiped out before when the first French missionaries came to the Erie shores. Most people think of Lake Erie, the shallowest and second smallest of the Great Lakes, as a sun-drenched, nearly tropical retreat. But it is so much more; mysterious, unpredictable, and known by mariners for its sudden violent weather and dangerous shoals, Lake Erie has been the stage for some of the most dramatic events ever to occur on the North American s: 4.
The total volume of overburden in southern Ontario is approximately km 3 (estimated from Gao et al. ), which is roughly the combined volume of the Lake Ontario and Lake Erie basins. An addition to the American Lake series, by the author of The Great Lakes (Oxford) He reviews a flotilla of history in the place Lake Erie holds in our country's career. Following a chronological order of geology, discovery, early observers, ships, men, forts, settlements, wars and immigration, this branches off into the development, via canals and river systems, the one laught of the.
The Lake Erie shoreline has born witness to some of Ontario’s earliest history, yet remains largely unspoiled. Much of the area’s natural features - the wetlands, the Carolinian forests - and its built heritage - fishing ports and military ramparts - provide much of interest for vistors to the Brown has traversed this most southern coast line in Ontario, fleshing out forgotten Reviews: 1. Get this from a library! Surficial geology and ground-water availability in the Allegheny River Basin and part of the Lake Erie Basin, New York. [Michael H Frimpter; Geological Survey (U.S.); Southern Tier West Regional Planning and Development Board.].
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Regional geology of the southern Lake Erie (Ohio) bottom: a seismic reflection and vibracore study by Carter, Charles H. (Charles Henry) ; Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)Pages: Get this from a library.
Regional geology of the southern Lake Erie (Ohio) bottom: a seismic reflection and vibracore study. [Charles H Carter; S Jeffress Williams; Jonathan A Fuller; Edward P Meisburger; Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.)].
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Regional geology of the southern Lake Erie (Ohio) bottom: a seismic reflection and vibracore study / By Charles H. (Charles Henry) Carter, Edward P. Meisburger, Jonathan A. Fuller, S. Jeffress Williams and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.). The Great Lakes are five interconnected freshwater lakes in the midwestern United States and Canada.
The lakes drain eastward, connected to the Atlantic Ocean through the Saint Lawrence River (Figure 48).Lake Superior (elevation feet) is the largest lake in the world—it is also the deepest of the lakes, averaging about feet deep with the deepest point at 1, feet. Overviews of Lake Erie geology and geomorphology appear in the LAKE ERIE AND LAKE SAINT CLAIR HANDBOOK (Bolsenga and Herdendorf, ); in the book LIVING WITH THE LAKE ERIE SHORE (Carter, et al., ); and in papers by Herdendorf (), Sly (), and Sly and Lewis ().
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Regional geology of the southern Lake Erie (Ohio) bottom: a seismic reflection and vibracore study / by Charles H. Carter [et al.].
By Charles H. Carter and Coastal Engineering Research Center (U.S.) Topics: Erie, Lake, Geomorphology. lake. About mile SE of the r iver entrance, a lighted tank with the name VERMILION on the side is prominent. Huron Harbor is about 44 miles W of Cleveland inside the mouth of the Huron River at the city of Huron, Ohio.
Huron Harbor Light (41°'N., 82°'W.), 80 feet above the wat er, is. In the northwest, the melt water created an enormous lake, much larger than today’s Lake Erie. The lake successively grew and shrank over thousands of years, leaving sand dunes far from Lake Erie in the Oak Openings area.
Eventually, receding to create Lake Erie and a massive forested swamp known as the Great Black Swamp. in a higher than present lake level between 5, and 3, yr BP. The rapid rise and higher levels were presumably due to reestablishment of drainage of the upper lakes through the Erie Basin and the subsequent downcutting of the upper lake outlet, at the southern end of Lake Huron, to its present level.
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Regional Geology of the Southern Lake Erie (Ohio) Bottom ( U.S. Army Corp NL GZ) EA Lake Erie Energy Development Corporation's Project Icebreaker, an Offshore Wind Advanced Technology Demonstration Project, Offshore Cleveland, Ohio, in Lake Erie. Surface and shallow sub-surface sand samples were collected from coastal dunes in 1 m 2 areas from 5 locations along Lake Erie: Sunset Bay, Dunkirk Harbor, Point Gratiot, and Canadaway Creek in New York and Presque Isle State Park Beach #11 in Pennsylvania.
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Great Lakes - Great Lakes - Plant and animal life: Diatoms—microscopic algae with glasslike shells of silica—are the major forms of algae, although green and blue-green algae are abundant during the summer in Lakes Erie, Ontario, and Michigan.
Copepods and cladocerans, microscopic crustaceans, are important in the animal forms of plankton.The regional distribution of this high beach suggests the vast size of the glacial lake, whose volume could have rivaled that of modern Lake Erie.
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