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  • Author:
    Les Sirkin
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    091025818X
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    978-0910258180
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    220 pages
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Eastern Long Island Geology book. The book contains fascinating notes from some of Professor Sirkin's extensive field trips through Eastern Long Island.

Eastern Long Island Geology book. The definitive study of the geology of Eastern Long Island  .

Coastal geology in Barcelona City is formed by Quaternary sediments overlying Tertiary strata. The Quaternary plane is crossed by paleochannels and streams, all of them under the city structures and constructions

Coastal geology in Barcelona City is formed by Quaternary sediments overlying Tertiary strata. The Quaternary plane is crossed by paleochannels and streams, all of them under the city structures and constructions.

Donner JJ (1964) Pleistocene geology of eastern Long Island, New York Sirkin L (1991) Stratigraphy of the Long Island platform. J Coastal Res, Special Issue No 11:217–227Google Scholar.

Donner JJ (1964) Pleistocene geology of eastern Long Island, New York. Am J Sci 262:355–376CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Edwards RJ, van de Plassche O, Gehrels WR, Wright AJ (2004) Assessing sea-level data from Connecticut, USA, using a foraminiferal transfer function for tide level. In: Field Trip Guidebook AMQUA 1988: University of Massachusetts Department of Geology and Geography Contribution No 63, Holyoke, MAGoogle Scholar. Lewis E (1877) Water courses on Long Island. Am J Sci III (xii), 142Google Scholar. Sirkin L (1991) Stratigraphy of the Long Island platform.

The geology of Rhode Island is based on nearly one billion year old igneous crystalline basement rocks formed as part of the microcontinent Avalonia that collided with the supercontinent Gondwana. The region experienced substantial folding associated with its landlocked position during the Alleghanian orogeny mountain building event. The region accumulated sedimentary rocks, including small deposits of coal

On This Page Navigation. Olympic National Park, Washington. Geologic Features and Processes. To learn about Coastal Geology and the dynamic forces that affect shorelines, select a topic below. Dynamic Coastal Processes.

On This Page Navigation. About 70% of Earth's surface is covered by water, and the coast, which forms the interface between land and water, is the sight of a particular array of geomorphic processes and a range of landforms. Beaches & Coastal Landforms. Moving powerfully around the globe, storms frequently cut across coastlines.

The definitive study of the geology of Eastern Long Island. Professor Sirkin traces the geologic history of this unique area from the Proterozoic Age forward.

The glacial history presented is based on the work of Dr. Les Sirkin as described in Eastern Long Island Geology with Field Trips (Sirkin, 1996) and Western Long Island Geology with Field Trips (Sirkin, 1996)

The glacial history presented is based on the work of Dr. Les Sirkin as described in Eastern Long Island Geology with Field Trips (Sirkin, 1996) and Western Long Island Geology with Field Trips (Sirkin, 1996). The diagrams on the following pages are adapted from both of Dr. Sirkin s books. Long Island Geologic History Professor Vorwald Page 5. 6 THE CONTINENTAL SHELF OFF LONG ISLAND MAP VIEW CROSS-SECTION ALONG MAP VIEW LINE AB Long Island Geologic History Professor Vorwald Page 6.

P) was an eminent geologist, professor, and prolific author. A retired professor of earth sciences at Adelphi University in New York, Sirkin studied glaciated regions and coastal plains in the northeast United States, southeast Alaska, and coastal regions of western Mexico. In addition to the Block Island study, he was the author of "Eastern Long Island Geology," "Western Long Island Geology" and coauthor of "Earth History and Plate Tectonics.

Field trip guide to the geology of the Lower Crooked River Basin, Redmond and Prineville areas, Oregon, by Jason D. .A field guide to depositional processes and facies geometry of Neogene continental volcaniclastic rocks, Deschutes basin, central Oregon, by Gary A. Smith, p. 3-20. McClaughry and Mark L. Ferns, p. 15-23.

Geological process shape coastal landforms

Geological process shape coastal landforms. The East Coast of the US, is quite diverse. Up north hard granitic rock occurs along the coast and so rocky headlands form and beaches are comprised of cobbles not the fine sand we see to the south. This is due to the lithology and the processes along the coast.

The definitive study of the geology of Eastern Long Island. Professor Sirkin traces the geologic history of this unique area from the Proterozoic Age forward. The book contains fascinating notes from some of Professor Sirkin's extensive field trips through Eastern Long Island.