surficial geology

surficial geology

[sər′fish·əl jē′äl·ə·jē]
(geology)
The scientific study of surficial deposits, including soils.
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In ArcMap, we created five digital layers of the study area: hydrology (National Hydrologic Dataset; USGS National Map), surficial geology (Karlstrom, 1964), digital elevation model (DEM; National Elevation Dataset; USGS), aspect (derived from the DEM), and vegetation cover (Homer et al.
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The Rainy River deposit was discovered through integrating surficial geology and detailed till sampling and drilling," explained James Siddorn, vice president at SRK Consulting, part of a team that investigated the geological controls on gold mineralization at Rainy River.
Three of the six field trips offered during the May 2013 GSA North-Central Section meeting describe the regional, surficial geology of southwest Michigan, detailing the glacial landforms and sedimentary features formed by the Laurentide Ice Sheet, the development of sand dune complexes, and coastal bluff erosion issues.
2008), the surficial geology map of Canada (Fulton 1995) and a Canadian landcover map (NRCAN 1999).
1) were chosen and subdivided based on the surficial geology (till) units.
Geologic mapping of the surficial geology of the Northville 7.
Airborne radar systems can provide information on surface terrain, surface materials, regolith relationships and surficial geology, as distinct from direct detection of ore deposits.
These would include meteorology, geology, physical oceanography, surficial geology, geomorphology, groundwater and surficial hydrology, soils, vegetation, wildlife (including marine biology), and limnology.
The surficial geology and paleoecology of the Finis Shale (Pennsylvanian, lower Virgilian) in Jack County, Texas.
The George Lake area has had numerous diamond drilling, airborne electro magnetic surveying, geological, magnetometor, surficial geology and soil sample surveys conducted on these claims, from the late 1960's, to the early 1990's, after diamond drilling was completed in 1969 to 1970, an ore reserve calculation was released and recorded on Saskatchewan mineral deposit index #0663 of the Saskatchewan industry and resources website.