3 edition of The texture of surficial sediments in northeastern Long Island Sound found in the catalog.
The texture of surficial sediments in northeastern Long Island Sound
Lawrence J. Poppe
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Report Section, distributor in [Reston, VA], [Denver, Colo
Written in English
|Statement||by Poppe, L.J., Lewis, R.S. and Moffett, A.M.|
|Series||Open-file report -- 92-550., U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 92-550.|
|Contributions||Lewis, Ralph S., Moffett, A. M., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
The surficial deposits control the vegetation types. In areas under lain by till, mixed hardwoods are common, whereas pitch pines, juniper, and particularly grasses are more abundant in areas of sand and gravel, sediments that are more permeable than till and hence dry faster. Get to the Point! Student Worksheet - Toxic Contaminants in Long Island Sound. Click here for a separate printable copy of the worksheet. In , NOAA’s National Status and Trends Program published a study of sediment toxicity in the coastal bays that surround Long Island Sound in New York and Connecticut (Wolfe, et al., ).The study analyzed sediment samples in four different ways.
Long Island Sound (LIS) is a large estuary on the Atlantic coast of the highly developed northeast United States. However, limited spatially comprehensive habitat information has been available at sufficient resolution to inform planning and management of conflicting uses. Sediment Texture. Reading Question 1. What is sediment texture?Sedimentary Texture • What is sediment texture? • Size, shape, and arrangement of grains • Grain size • Grain shape and surface features • Porosity and permeability • Fabric - sedimentary structures • Reflects, weathering, erosion, transport, depositional environment.
The Thickness of Glacial Sediments in Connecticut and the Long Island Sound Basin layer contains interpretive polygon data representing the thickness of glacial sediments in Connecticut and the Long Island Sound Basin. Compiled as part of the Quaternary Geologic Map of Connecticut and Long Island Sound Basin, Stone and others (, ). Clay minerals in sediments from the channels were similar in amount and characteristics to clay minerals in sediments from Long Island Sound but differed from those in the surrounding soils in the watershed. Thus, the main source of deposits in the channels is the bottom sediment of Long Island Sound which is transported to the channels by.
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Get this from a library. The texture of surficial sediments in northeastern Long Island Sound. [Lawrence J Poppe; Ralph S Lewis; A M Moffett; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. The texture of surficial sediments in eastern Long Island Sound near Niantic Bay, Connecticut.
Open-File Report By: L.J. Poppe, B.B. Taylor, D.S The texture of surficial sediments in eastern Long Island Sound near Niantic Bay, Connecticut: Series title. The texture of surficial sediments in north-central Long Island Sound off Hammonasset Beach State Park, Connecticut Open-File Report By: Lawrence J.
Poppe, A.E. Harmon, B.B. Taylor, D.S. Blackwood, and R.S. Lewis. The Texture of Surficial Sediments in Central Long Island Sound off Milford, Connecticut Publisher Citation Poppe LJ, Taylor B, Zajac R, Lewis R, Blackwood D, et al. The texture of surficial sediments in western Long Island Sound off the Norwalk Islands, Connecticut.
Denver, Colo.: U.S. Geological : Lawrence J. Poppe, B.B. Taylor, R.N. Zajac, R.S. Lewis, D.S. Blackwood, A.E. Harmon, M. DiGiacomo. The Texture of Surficial Sediments in Western Long Island Sound off the Norwalk Islands, Connecticut Publisher Citation Poppe LJ, Taylor B, Zajac R, Lewis R, Blackwood D, et al.
() The texture of surficial sediments in central Long Island Sound off Milford, Connecticut. U.S. Geological Survey. Denver, Colo.: U.S. Geological Survey. ISSN Author: Lawrence J. Poppe, B.B. Taylor, R.N. Zajac, R.S. Lewis, D.S. Blackwood, M. DiGiacomo-Cohen.
The sediment grain-size dataset provided here contains information on the collection, location, description, and texture of sediments at 13 stations occupied during the R/V Rafael cruise All analyses were conducted in the sedimentation laboratory at the USGS Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center.
The purpose is to disseminate a digital version of a regional map showing the distribution of surficial sediments in Long Island Sound. Grain size is the most basic attribute of sediment texture, and texture controls many benthic ecological and chemical processes.
Time_Period_of_Content: Time_Period_Information: Single_Date/Time:Cited by: 2. sidescan sonar image, surficial geologic interpretation, and bathymetry of the long island sound sea floor off roanoke point, new york by lawrence j.
poppe, 1 ralphs. Lewis, 2 Richard P. Signell, 1 Harley J. Knebel,l Mohabir Persaud, 3 Jane F. Denny, 1 Kenneth F. Parolski, 1 and Mary L. DiGiacomo-Cohen2. The texture of surficial sediments in northeastern Long Island Sound [microform] / by Poppe, L.J., Lewis The texture of surficial sediments in north-central Long Island Sound off Hammonasset Beach State Park, The texture of surficial sediments in southeastern Long Island Sound off.
Long Island Sound Bathymetry: Bathymetric Contours in Meters for Long Island Sound. Metadata.Line. SHP. ArcGIS FileGDB.
Terrain Datasets: Connecticut Terrain Dataset - Version 2. User Guide. Metadata. Terrain (mass points) ArcGIS FileGDB (17 GB) Open FTP site to copy, paste & download. Environmental: Coastal Resource Management. The TEXTURE_GRP attribute values were combined with thickness of unconsolidated materials data, THICK_UNCONSOL_MAT to produce Connecticut Surficial Aquifer Potential.
Long Island Sound Resource Center, a partnership between the State of Connecticut, Department of Environmental Protection and the University of Connecticut (data compiler, editor. Multibeam bathymetric data and seismic-reflection profiles collected in eastern Long Island Sound and western Block Island Sound reveal previously unrecognized glacial features and modern bedforms.
Glacial features include an ice-sculptured bedrock surface, a newly identified recessional moraine, exposed glaciolacustrine sediments, and remnants of stagnant-ice-contact Cited by: 9.
Tagg AR, Uchupi E () Subsurface morphology of Long Island Sound, Block Island Sound, Rhode Island Sound, and Buzzards Bay. US Geological Survey Professional Paper C, pp 92–96 Google Scholar Thomas E, Varekamp JC () Paleo-environmental analyses of marsh sequences (Clinton, Connecticut): evidence for punctuated rise in relative sea Cited by: 1.
Morphology and Texture of Modern Sediments on the Inner Shelf of South Carolina's Long Bay from Little River Inlet to Winyah Bay: Open-File Report [Denny, J. F., U.S. Department of the Interior, United, et al.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Morphology and Texture of Modern Sediments on the Inner Shelf of South Carolina's Long Bay from Little River Inlet to Author: J.
Denny. Supplemental EIS for the Designation of Dredged Material Physical and Chemical Properties of Sediments in ELIS Disposal Site(s) in Eastern Long Island Sound December 1 INTRODUCTION Inthe USEPA designated the western and central Long Island Sound dredged material.
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of or pertaining to a surface, esp. the land surface: a surficial geologic deposit. [ Sound, about 8 km southeast of Point Judith, Rhode Island, and 12 km east of Block Island (fig. Sidescan-sonar and bathymetric data obtained during the survey were used to delineate sea-floor features and sedimentary environments.
Scientists and technical staff within the USGS Coastal and Marine Geology Program study coastal and ocean resources from shorelines and estuaries to the continental shelf and deep sea, providing expertise, tools, products, and data that address and inform a broad array of resource challenges facing our Nation.
Estuarine sediment transport by gravity-driven movement of the nepheloid layer, Long Island Sound Article (PDF Available) in Geo-Marine Letters 28(4) August with 58 Reads. northern Long Island, Great Gull Island, and Fishers Island (Fig.
1), and extends eastward across southern Rhode Island. As the ice sheet retreated, meltwater was damed behind the moraines, and pro-glacial lakes formed in the areas presently occupied by Block Island Sound (Bertoni et aL. ) and Long Island Sound (Lewis and Stone ).
Surficial sediments within Lake Erie are predominantly silt and clay (Thomas et al., ), and major storms are the predominant driver of their resuspension and transport (Lick et al., 1 May Character of Shell Beds Flanking Herod Point Shoal, Southeastern Long Island Sound, New York.
Lawrence J. Poppe a rocky headland in northeastern Long Island Sound. The distribution of surficial sediments in Long Island Sound and adjacent waters: texture and total organic carbon.
Journal of Coastal Research –Author: Lawrence J. Poppe, S. Jeffress Williams, Ivar G. Babb.Title: Soil Survey of the Long Island Area, New York () Author: USDA Subject: Solis Keywords: Soil Survey Long Island New York Created Date: 9/29/ AM.