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Gravity and magnetic evidence of lithology and structure in the Gulf of Maine region
|Statement||by M. F. Kane [and others]|
|Series||Geophysical field investigations, Geological Survey professional paper 726-B, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 726-B.|
|Contributions||Kane, Martin Francis, 1928-, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.|
|LC Classifications||QE350.2 .G7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, B22 p.|
|Number of Pages||22|
|LC Control Number||70188161|
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GRAVITY AND MAGNETIC EVIDENCE OF LITHOLOGY AND STRUCTURE IN THE GULF OF MAINE REGION By M. KANE, M. YELLIN/ K. BELL, and ISIDORE ZIETZ ABSTRACT The aeromagnetic and gravity fields over the Gulf of Maine are characterized by well-defined regional zones and widespread intense anomalies.
The dominant trend of theCited by: 9. Gravity and magnetic evidence of lithology and structure in the Gulf of Maine region Professional Paper B By: Martin Francis Kane, M.J. Yellin, K.G. Bell, and Isidore Zietz.
Gravity and magnetic evidence of lithology and structure in the Gulf of Maine region (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Francis Kane; Geological Survey (U.S.),; United States.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Gravity and magnetic evidence of lithology and structure in the Gulf of Maine region (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Martin Francis Kane; Geological Survey (U.S.),; United States.
National Oceanic and. Introduction. The Gulf of Maine (GOM) is a mid-latitude marginal sea that is bounded by the coastlines of New England and Atlantic Canada.
Like other northern-hemisphere marginal seas, the general circulation of the GOM is cyclonic (Bigelow, ).The principal cyclonic circulation cell is centered in the eastern GOM and has accordingly sometimes been referred to as the Jordan Basin Gyre (e Cited by: Deep seismic reflection and magnetic data suggest that the Gulf of Maine is underlain by four crustal blocks of differing reflection and magnetic character.
Two of these blocks, the Gulf of Maine. The circulation in the Gulf of Maine has an important baroclinic component. It appears to be driven mostly by the density contrast between high‐salinity slope water which enters from the Atlantic and fresher waters which are formed in the Gulf or which enter from the Scotian by: 4.
Crustal structure of the Gulf of Maine Pre-Triassic terranes. Deep seismic reflection and magnetic data indicate that the basement of the Gulf of Maine region was formed as a consequence of the closure of the proto-Atlantic at the end of the by: The Gulf of Maine has its own oceanographic characteristics, distinct from those of the open Atlantic (1).
The Gulf of Maine has a rich history. We can trace the formation of the modern day Gulf of Maine by beginning in the Cenozoic Era (Fig. The Cenozoic, our present era, is divided into two geologic periods: Tertiary and Quaternary.
About Us The Gulf of Maine Research Institute pioneers collaborative solutions to global ocean challenges. Located in Portland, ME, GMRI is dedicated to the resilience of the Gulf of Maine ecosystem and the communities that depend on it. The Lithologic and Structural Controls on the Geomorphology of the Mountainous Areas in North-Central Maine mountainous region of north-central Maine.
However, lakes are conspicuously absent in the drainage system once Figure 3. Physiographic subdivision of Maine defined in this report. Underlying structure and lithology along with Cited by: 3. New England and Gulf of Maine Gravity Map Bouguer/Free air gravity anomaly map.
Click on map to view larger image ( MB). The top figure is the gravity map of the New England States and the Gulf of Maine, and is composed of simple Bouguer anomaly data on. Introduction  The Gulf of Maine (GOM) is a continental shelf sea on the east coast of North America, situated between Cape Cod, Massachusetts, and Nova Scotia, Canada [Townsend et al., ].Here as in many areas of the northwest Atlantic, it is believed that the stabilization of the water column and the initiation of a phytoplankton bloom are linked [Ji et al., ].Cited by: 5.
There is evidence in northeastern Maine for at least two glacial phases represented by two tills. The older till unit is the St. Francis, a blue-gray deposit observed in the St.
John and Hammond Brook Valleys. At Golden Rapids, the St. Francis till is overlain by a younger brown till with a different clast lithology. in the Gulf of Maine receiv e nutrient inputs from land-based sources via rivers a nd streams, directly from human activities adjacen t to and within marine environments, atmos pheric deposition Author: Matthew Liebman.
Sidebar Information Shown on Surficial Geology of the Maine Inner Continental Shelf Maps Introduction. Geological maps depicting topography, surficial materials, geomorphology, and bedrock play an important role in understanding the origin of, as well as the ongoing processes that. Fig Small Point, Maine, cropped to the center of the Small Point Crater off Maine & Mass.
USGS Image. The Small Point Investigation is on a structure off the coast of Maine. There is evidence implying a large impact crater in the Gulf of Maine. Its most probable age is K-T boundary, but it lacks definitive ages from impact materials.
A Brief Overview of the Physical Oceanography of the Gulf of Maine by David A. Brooks Department of Oceanography Texas A&M University ound and Setting The Gulf of Maine is a marginal sea that is nearly cut off from the Atlantic Ocean by Georges and Browns Banks.
The gulf is well known for its anomalously cold waters, a fact that is. Maine region has fewer, smaller salt marshes than the southeastern U.S. coast because glaciers scoured the bedrock of the Gulf of Maine watershed. Dominant Plants Approximately thirty plant species commonly in-habit Gulf of Maine salt marshes, but the dominant high tide Distinctive plant communities live in salt marshes.
Plant species are. The Gulf of Maine Council on the Marine Environment, an alliance between the states and provinces, was established in November by the governors and premiers within the Gulf of Maine, and has recognized the problem of increasing pressure on the ecosystem's health.
One of the Council's major goals has been the development of a land-based. Alexandrium fundyense blooms. Studies of the oceanography and population dynamics of the toxic dinoflagellate Alexandrium fundyense, blooms of which are responsible for outbreaks of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning in the Gulf of Maine region (Fig.
1) and shelf waters throughout much of the world ocean (Wyatt and Jenkinson, ), have intensified in recent years Cited by: Activity 2: The Use of a Piece of Land Maine Geological Survey Objectives: To engage students in a practical exercise in land use planning; to make the students aware of the positive and negative aspects of land use laws and local zoning ordinances.
Time: Students will need the equivalent of at least two class periods of out-of-class.Deep seismic reflection and magnetic data suggest that the Gulf of Maine is underlain by four crustal blocks of differing reflection and magnetic character.
Two of these blocks, the Gulf of Maine fault zone and adjacent central plutonic zone, can be correlated with Avalonian rocks in southern New England and New Brunswick. The boundary between them, the Fundy fault, projects onshore near the.