Marine geologic map of the southwestern insular shelf of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez to Cabo Rojo
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Geologic investigations series

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ISBN 100607929030
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Marine geologic map of the Puerto Rico insular shelf Guanica to Ponce area. More information: National Geologic Map Database Index Page; Download citation as: RIS Publication type: Report: Publication Subtype: USGS Numbered Series: Title: Marine geologic map of the Puerto Rico insular shelf Guanica to Ponce area: Series title: IMAP. High-Resolution Marine Geologic Maps Showing Sediment Distribution on the Insular Shelf off Luquillo, Puerto Rico VeeAnn A. Cross 1, William C. Schwab 1 Benjamin A. Raker 2 modified from U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report This report is preliminary and has not been reviewed for conformity with U.S. Geological Survey editorial standards or with the North American Stratigraphic . Marine geologic map of the Puerto Rico insular shelf, northwestern area, Rio Grande de Anasco to Rio Camuy IMAP By: K.A. Grove. Get this from a library! Marine geologic map of the Puerto Rico insular shelf, northwestern area, Rio Grande de Añasco to Rio Camuy. [Kurt A Grove; Geological Survey (U.S.); Puerto Rico. Department of Natural Resources.].

GEOLOGIC MAPS OF THE SOUTHWESTERN PUERTO RICO PARGUERA TO GUANICA INSULAR SHELF Jack Morelock, Elizabeth A. Winget, and Carlos Goenaga Introduction These maps describe the sediments and sedimentary environment of the southwestern Puerto Rico shelf. In addition to presenting new data, the maps summarize earlier geological investigations. Figure 1. These maps describe the sediments and sedimentary environment of the southwestern Puerto Rico shelf (index). In addition to presenting new data, the maps summarize earlier geological investigations. There are two morphological zones separated along a line extending southward from Punta Jorobaflo. The Parguera shelf extends from this line to the western boundary of the study area, and the. TO ACCOMPANY MAP GEOLOGIC MAPS OF THE SpUTHWESTERN PUERTO RICO PARGUERA TO GUANICA INSULAR SHELF By Jack Morelock, Elizabeth A. Winget, and Carlos Goenaga INTRODUCTION These maps describe the sediments and sedimentary environ­ ment of the southwestern Puerto Rico shelf (index). In addition to presenting new data, the maps summarize. Puerto Rico is composed of Jurassic to Eocene volcanic and plutonic rocks, which are overlain by younger Oligocene to recent carbonates and other sedimentary of the caverns and karst topography on the island occurs in the northern Oligocene to recent carbonates. The oldest rocks are approximately million years old and are located at Sierra Bermeja in the southwest part of the.

The item Geologic maps of the southwestern Puerto Rico Parguera to Guánica insular shelf, U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; by Jack Morelock, Elizabeth A. Winget, and Carlos Goenaga ; prepared in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, Department of Natural Resources represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic. Offshore Sediments and Sand and Gravel Resources of the Insular Shelf of Puerto Rico, by K.M. Scanlon, J.L. Trias, R.W. Rodriguez, and C.M. Delorey Silt Heavy-Mineral Distributions in the Rio Cibuco system and Adjacent Rivers of North-central Puerto Rico, by L.J. Poppe, J.A. Commeau, and G. Luepke. Puerto Rico on a World Wall Map: Puerto Rico and nearly countries are illustrated on our Blue Ocean Laminated Map of the World. This map shows a combination of political and physical features. It includes country boundaries, major cities, major mountains in shaded relief, ocean depth in blue color gradient, along with many other features. The Puerto Rico Trench: Implications for Plate Tectonics and Earthquake and Tsunami Hazards. Uri ten Brink, Chief Scientist U.S. Geological Survey. The Puerto Rico Trench is the deepest part of the Atlantic Ocean, with water depths exceeding 8, meters (figure 1). Its depth is comparable to the deep trenches in the Pacific Ocean.