3 edition of Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau found in the catalog.
Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau
1988 by Scientific and Technical Information Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration in Washington, DC .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Alan D. Howard, R. Craig Kochel, Henry E. Holt..|
|Series||NASA SP -- 491|
|Contributions||Howard, Alan D., Kochel, R. Craig., Holt, Henry E.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||108|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau. Washington, DC: Scientific and Technical Information Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, R.
Craig Kochel is Professor of Geology at Bucknell University, where he helped found the Environmental Center. His areas of research include fluvial geomorphology, hydrology, geologic hazards, and planetary geology.
His books include Process Geomorphology with (Jerry Miller and Dale Ritter), Sapping Features of the Colorado Plateau: a Comparative Planetary Geology. Groundwater sapping is a geomorphic erosion process that results in the headward migration of channels in response to near constant fluid discharge at a fixed point.
The consistent flow of water displaces fine sediments which physically and chemically weathers rocks. Valleys that appear to have been created by groundwater sapping occur throughout the world in areas such as.
The geologic nature of the Colorado Plateau has resulted in geomorphic features that show similarities to some areas on Mars, especially certain valley networks within thick sandstone formations. Where spring sapping Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau book an effective process, the valleys that develop are unique in terms of their morphology and network pattern.
This new edition of Donald L. Baars's classic The Colorado Plateau incorporates new text, maps, photographs, figures, tables, and bibliography to provide the most up-to-date geology of the red rock and canyon country of the Four Corners of Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona.
Baars's comprehensive geological summary of the canyonlands is detailed enough to satisfy a. Get this from a library. Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau: a comparative planetary geology field guide.
[Alan D Howard; R Craig Kochel; Henry E Holt; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Division.;].
Many features observed at Box Canyon are responsible for calling into question the sapping model for the Colorado Plateau, such as the inability of spring water to remove fallen boulders (many canyons have a lack of talus). 11 Canyon deepening by surface runoff was also observed in several canyons on the Colorado Plateau.
It is considered more. His books include Process Geomorphology with (Jerry Miller and Dale Ritter), Sapping Features of the Colorado Plateau: a Comparative Planetary Geology NASA Field Guide (with Alan D. Howard), and Flood Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau book (with Victor Baker and Peter Patton).
Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau: a comparative planetary geology field guide / (Washington, DC: Scientific and Technical Information Division, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, ), by Henry E Holt, R.
Craig Kochel, and Alan D. Laity JE () The role of groundwater sapping in valley evolution on the Colorado Plateau. In: Howard AD, Kochel RC, Holt HE (eds) Sapping Features of the Colorado Plateau – A Comparative Planetary Geology Fieldguide.
NASA Publication SP, pp 63–70 Google Scholar. Valles Marineris (Latin for Mariner Valleys, named after the Mariner 9 Mars orbiter of –72 which discovered it) is a system of canyons that runs along the Martian surface east of the Tharsis region. At more than 4, km (2, mi) long, km ( mi) wide and up to 7 km (23, ft) deep, Valles Marineris is one of the largest canyons of the Solar System, surpassed in length Coordinates: 13°54′S 59°12′W /.
[Show full abstract] comparisons to sapping networks on the Colorado Plateau. Finally, there is an extended discussion of the physics involved in sapping erosion. PDF VERSIONS OF ALAN HOWARD’S PAPERS AND RECENT Howard, A.D., Simulation of Gully Erosion and Bistable Landforms, book chapter, in Incised River A.D., Introduction: Groundwater sapping on Mars and Earth: in Sapping Features of the Colorado Plateau, edited by A.D.
Howard, R. Kochel, and H. Holt, NASA SP. REFEREED JOURNAL AND BOOK ARTICLES. Howard, A.D. The development of karst features: National Speleological Society Bulletin, v. 25, p. 45 Introduction to cuesta landforms and sapping processes on the Colorado Plateau: in Sapping Features of the Colorado Plateau, edited by A.D.
Howard, R.C. Kochel, and H. Holt, NASA SPp. 6 Study on incipient channelization due to seepage erosion in Sapping Features of the Colorado Plateau: A Comparative Planetary Geology Field Guide,edited by A.
/ SAPPING FEATURES OF THE COLORADO PLATEAU, NASA SP, pb, pages, - 3 - a few ink marks in text, ovg, $ 15 [Contains excellent photographs, some in color; compares sapping on Mars and the Earth]. Laity, J.E. and M.C. Malin,Sapping processes and the development of theater headed valley networks on the Colorado Plateau: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v.
94, no. 2, p. Laity, J.E.,The role of groundwater sapping in valley evolution on the Colorado Plateau: Proceedings and field guide for the NASA Groundwater. Laity J () The role of groundwater sapping in valley evolution on the Colorado Plateau.
In: Howard AD, Kochel RC, Holt HE (eds) Sapping features of the Colorado Plateau: A comparative planetary Geology field guide. NASA, Washington DC, pp 63–70 Google ScholarCited by: 2. Spring sapping and valley network development", Groundwater Geomorphology; The Role of Subsurface Water in Earth-Surface Processes and Landforms, Charles G.
Higgins, Donald R. Coates Download citation file. exfoliate thin sheets of rock, a process known as sapping.
Several decades ago, NASA sent a team of geologists to the monument to study groundwater sapping in large drainage features; they wanted to replicate features that could be found on Mars, a distant planet so conspicuously.
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This advanced-level book provides a benchmark for the current state of science, and is written by an international team of authors who are acknowledged experts in their fields. Footnotes. The Grand Canyon was also probably carved by this post-Flood dam-break.
Snelling and T. Vail, “When and How Did the Grand Canyon Form. chapter 18 in The Answers Book 3, ed. Ham, (Green Forest, AR: Master Books, ), pp. –; J. Laity and M. Malin, “Sapping processes and the development of theater-headed valley networks Author: Dr.
Andrew A. Snelling. Utah offers spectacular geologic features and valuable analog environments and processes for Mars studies. Horizontal strata of the Colorado Plateau are analogous to Mars because the overprint of plate tectonics is minimal, yet the effects of strong ground motion from earthquakes or impacts are preserved in the sedimentary record.
The idea was strongly advocated by Schmidt,Schmidt,Schmidt,who did appreciate the role of spring sapping in the Colorado Plateau, but at the same time was convinced that ‘slope dissection and steepening are much more important (than undermining by sapping, the authors’ remark) for the destabilization of the caprock Cited by: 2.
Today, if the Grand Canyon were blocked at the 5,foot elevation, 30, square miles of lakes would form in the Colorado plateau. Once again, we understand that God’s record in the Bible is a trustworthy account helping us to understand truth about the past, present, and future. Rocks like those that make up the Book Cliffs and Grand Mesa once also covered this plateau but have washed away.
Small canyons began to take form, as streams flowed along fractures in the thick sandstone layers. Undermining of the softer sections caused a continual breaking off of layers above by a process known as sapping.
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The Goosenecks of the San Juan River are perhaps the most curious and graceful geographic feature on the Colorado Plateau. The curiosity is that the river, like the Colorado at the Kaibab Plateau, traverses high ground.
Not only does it traverse high ground but it does so in a back and forth meandering fashion through a deep channel. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is an enormous gash cut through the southern side of the Colorado Plateau, some distance south of the highest part of the Kaibab Uplift.
Today the Canyon forms a major part of the pathway traveled by the Colorado River in descending from the Rocky Mountains to the Gulf of California. An additional factor that would certainly apply to the Colorado Plateau as a whole is isostatic readjustment.
Some of the Green River Basins rest on the Colorado Plateau and others are north of it (Oard and Whitmore, ). Based on the fauna and flora found in these basins (Grande.
Terrestrial analog studies therefore play an important role in understanding the geological features observed on Mars. This is the first book to present direct comparisons between locales on Earth and Mars, and contains contributions from leading planetary geologists to demonstrate the parallels and differences between these two neighboring.
Colorado Plateau, respectively (Aldrich and Laughlin,). In contrast, a NW-directed maximum horizontal compressional stress field appears to dominate the interior of the Colorado Plateau, inboard from the western, eastern, and southern margins that are affected by extensional.
Grand Canyon Still an Unsolved Puzzle Arguably the best-known geological landmark on the planet, Grand Canyon has been scrutinized and “geologized” for well over a century, yet remains an enigma, according to the title of a new book by James Lawrence Powell, Grand Canyon: Solving Earth’s Grandest Puzzle (Pi Press, ).
That erosion by streams is the dominant process in shaping surface features, even in arid and semi-arid lands, was demonstrated during the latter part of the nineteenth century by outstanding research on the Colorado Plateau of North America. Much of. The Colorado Plateau in the southwestern United States is perhaps the best example of this type of landscape.
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River slices through the heart of the Colorado Plateau and exposes over vertical feet of sedimentary layers, the oldest of which date to the beginning of the Cambrian era (Figure (a)).Cited by: 1.
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Headwall of Fence Canyon Utah. Note incised contributing stream, alcove, dark seep, plunge pool that is swept clear of debris, and vegetated floor. Relief is ~m Amphitheater headed valleys. How do these features on the Colorado Plateau form.
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Geological Setting: The Colorado Plateau, USA. The geology of the Colorado Plateau is exposed in four states: Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico. The project area is located near Moab Utah, where the geological formations expressed at the surface are primarily Triassic and Jurassic in : Kebbi A Hughes.J, Dylan, & I had actually never ventured off the Pitkin Creek trail to the northeast to access Usable Pass, so this was all a real treat.
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