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TABLES - TR00-30006
ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS
INTRODUCTION - TR00-30009
Figure 1. General location of Fort Richardson, showing drainages described in the text (white line is border of fort).
Figure 4. Major landforms in the Anchorage Lowland.
Figure 5. How map unit types relate to a valley glacier. (After Boulton and Eyles 1979.)
Table 1. Characteristics of surficial deposits.
Table 2. Processes of recharge and discharge in Anchorage Lowland.
Figure 6. Interbedded alluvial sediments as might be produced by periodic discharge events (sand and gravel) and silt deposition in abandoned channels.
Estuarine and glacioestuarine sediments
GLACIAL GEOLOGICAL HISTORY
GLACIAL GEOLOGICAL HISTORY - continued
CONCEPTUAL STRATIGRAPHIC MODEL
Figure 9. Boreholes and ground water monitoring wells reaching depths greater than 7.5 m.
Figure 11. Conceptual stratigraphic sequence.
Bootlegger Cove Formation
Figure 12. Cross sections along Ship Creek.
Mountain View fan
Fort Richardson hydrogeology
Figure 15 (cont'd). Ground water maps. - TR00-30030
Figure 15 (cont'd). Ground water maps. - TR00-30031
Figure 15 (cont'd). Ground water maps. - TR00-30032
Figure 16. 50-MHz radar profile collected along Loop Road showing a shallow, gently dipping reflector at the interpreted base of Mountain
Figure 17. Proposed stratigraphy below the Fort Richardson cantonment
Figure 19. Ground water level in the lower Ship Creek basin as determined by Freethy (1976). (Contours in feet, as originally measured. To convert to meters, multiply by 0.3048.)
Figure 20. Comparison of ground water flow patterns
Significance to contaminant transport
Table 3. Identified or suspected contaminants at Fort Richardson, Alaska
Figure 23. Ground water level at RRTSL as monitored by E&E (1996)
Figure 24. Ground water level at Poleline Road as monitored by ESE (1991)
CONCLUSIONS - TR00-30041
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APPENDIX A: DESCRIPTION OF MAP UNITS
Figure A2. Slope categories used in these descriptions. (After Schmoll and Dobrovolny 1972b.)
Figure A3. Generalized stratigraphy exposed in bluffs along Knik Arm.
Figure A4. Corrediation of map units
Figure A4. Corrediation of map units - continued - TR00-30053
Surficial deposits - continued - TR00-30054
Figure A4. Corrediation of map units - continued - TR00-30055
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Mountain View alluvial-fan deposits
Alluvial-fan deposits (late Pleistocene)
Glacial-lake delta deposits (late Pleistocene)
Glaciolacustrine or glacioestuarine deposits
Modified kame deposits
Older estuarine deposits (Holocene)
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Rock glaciers and rock-glacier deposits
REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE - TR00-30076
Plate 1. Surficial Geology Map of Fort Richardson and Vicinity, Alaska.
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