The smaller bridges cross a dry lake bed, what Brodie calls "a paleochannel
," a remnant of the Colville that is now inactive, and the Nigliagvik Channel of the Colville River.
Mapping of a paleochannel
course of the Wainganaga River, Maharastra, India, Bulletin of Engineering Geology Environment.
is appeared clearly on the vertical and lateral section of apparent resistivity, passing through VES 1;2;3;4; and 5 as oval shaped high anomaly between VES (3) and VES (5) (Fig.
Copper mineralization at Chloride Copper Mine is in the form of mineralized lenses contained within a paleochannel
approximately a few thousand feet long and up to 750 feet wide.
The sandstone category is subdivided into tabular, roll-front, basal paleochannel
and structurally controlled deposits.
Extensive water exploration drilling has successfully identified the nearby Byro Basin and Murchison Paleochannel
as potential sources of supply.
2003) identified 4 distinct phases of paleochannel
activity on the Murrumbidgee plain.
Surface targets included the paleochannel
, Golden Delicious and Sunrise North including Neville.
11:00 HOLOCENE PALEOCHANNEL
AND MEANDER SCAR DEPOSITS ON UPATOI CREEK, WEST-CENTRAL GEORGIA, William J.
Tropical and subtropical elements of the BMLC ichthyofauna are believed to be derived from one of two sources: 1) from remnant populations established as the Baja California Peninsula rifted from the Jalisco region of southwestern Mexico during the Miocene and Pliocene (~4-8 million years ago) and, 2) from the southern Gulf of California via a Tertiary paleochannel
between the BMLC and Bahia La Paz (Castro-Aguirre and Torres-Orozco 1993; Sedlock 2003).
Data from paleochannel
axes are relatively consistent with cross bedding data, although some channels diverge to the west (Ninke 1995).
Thickness of individual units can vary considerably over distances of tens of meters, presumably related to variation in distance from the axis of the paleochannel