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Seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes on the continental margin off Florida
K. O. Emery
|Statement||by K. O. Emery and E. F. K. Zarudzki.|
|Series||Drilling on the continental margin off Florida, Geological Survey professional paper 581-A, Geological Survey professional paper ;, 581-A.|
|Contributions||Zarudzki, E. F. K., joint author., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution., Joint Oceanographic Institutions" Deep Earth Sampling Program.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .P9 no. 581-A|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 8 p.|
|LC Control Number||71604826|
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DRILLING ON THE CONTINENTAL MARGIN OFF FLORIDA SEISMIC REFLECTION PROFILES ALONG THE DRILL HOLES ON THE CONTINENTAL MARGIN OFF FLORIDA 1 By K. EMERY and E. ZARUDZKI Abstract Continuous seismic reflection profiles along the line of JOIDES drill holes were adjusted for the velocity of sound at depth, asCited by: Seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes on the continental margin off Florida (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.
Get this from a library. Seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes on the continental margin off Florida. [K O Emery; E F K Zarudzki; Geological Survey (U.S.),; Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.; Joint Oceanographic Institutions' Deep Earth Sampling Program.] -- "A study of the relation of continuous seismic reflection profiles across the contintntal shelf, the Florida.
Seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes on the continental margin off Florida Professional Paper A By: K.O. Emery and E.F.K. Zarudzki. Reflection seismology (or seismic reflection) is a method of exploration geophysics that uses the principles of seismology to estimate the properties of the Earth's subsurface from reflected seismic method requires a controlled seismic source of energy, such as dynamite or Tovex blast, a specialized air gun or a seismic vibrator.
solidated samples in JOIDES drill holes on the continental margin off Florida _____ _ _ _ _____ In pocket FIGURE 1. Graph showing feldspar content of the samples a report on seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes were given by Emery and Zarudzki ().
The landward edge of the trough is marked by a hinge zone where an abrupt increase in depth to basement is observed on seismic reflection profiles.
The depth to the top of basement at the hinge zone usually occurs between 4 and 6 km, but secondary hinge zones in places are observed where basement is as shallow as 1 km or as deep as 8 km.
In geophysics, vertical seismic profile (VSP) is a technique of seismic measurements used for correlation with surface seismic data.
The defining characteristic of a VSP (of which there are many types) is that either the energy source, or the detectors (or. There are a number of locations along the African continental margin where blocks of crust have apparently separated or differentially slipped along the reflection Moho, creating deep, wedge-shaped lows that filled with post-rift sediments (e.g., Fig.
12). In most cases, these are probably transfer or relay fault zones. Seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes on the continental margin off Florida: The Soviet maritime Arctic: Station "S" off Bermuda: physical measurements, Sustainable marine aquaculture: fulfilling the promise, managing.
A seismic-reflection profile Choose one: A. shows the shapes but not the depths of underground sedimentary layers. is used even by amateurs looking for oil because it's relatively easy and cheap.
is essentially the same thing as a geologic map. is created by interpreting reflected seismic waves. The interpretation of high-resolution 2D marine seismic profiles together with the analysis of sea-bottom cores allowed a stratigraphic and structural framework of the Provence continental shelf.
CONTINENTAL MARGIN OFF FLORIDA Drilling on the continental margin off Jackson ville, Fla., in was the first project under Diagram showing interpretation of continuous seismic-reflection profiles collected across the continental mar gin along a line of four drill holes _____ 4 4.
Stratigraphic sections to show the type of. Seismic waves are generated from a source (sledge hammer). Geophone receivers record seismic signals received along the survey profile. Since P-waves travel at the fastest speeds, the first seismic signal received by a geophone represents the P-wave arrival.
Five P-waves are of interest in refraction seismology: direct, diving, reflected, head. high-resolution Mini-Sosie seismic reflection lines (heavy black lines), and three drill holes (black well symbols) used for stratigraphic correlation. Generalized northwestern edge of rift boundary is surface projection of the steep.
Tectonics of convergent margins, especially Nankai Trough and Hikurangi margin (New Zealand) Using 2D and 3D seismic reflection data combined with OPD/IODP drilling. A seismic interpretation study should access the following data sets.
2D or 3D seismic data cube. • Well data are gotten from rock samples and measurements at depth from a wellbore. Well data required for interpretation are wire-line logs (gamma ray logs, resistivity logs, porosity log, sonic logs, density logs and neutron logs) or equivalent rock property model.
We compare physical properties and seismic structure of SSZ crust at the Izu-Bonin-Mariana (IBM) fore arc with oceanic crust drilled at Holes B and D to. Seismic reflection profiles along the drill holes on the continental margin off Florida by K. O Emery "A study of the relation of continuous seismic reflection profiles across the contintntal shelf, the Florida-Hatteras Slope, and the Blake Plateau with the stratigraphy of JOIDES drill-home samples." Mineralogy and origin of sediments.
The Indian National Gas Hydrate Program Expedition 02 (NGHP) was designed to study the occurrence of gas hydrate along the passive continental margin. able thicknesses of sediments which seismic reflection profiles show to be tectonically undisturbed.
The base-ment/sediment interface is smooth, tilts slightly away from the Rise axis, and shows no evidence of faulting. Because of the need to spud in sediments, all of the sites planned for Leg 65 were located within these valleys.Shallow high resolution seismic techniques possess the necessary resolution potential to delineate changes in the confining unit as inferred from drill data.
Seismic reflection is a surface geophysical technique that relies on the reflection of sound waves from abrupt subsurface changes in material velocity and/or density (Appendix B).We use about km of multichannel exploration seismic reflection profiles of the seventies as well as the results of three drill holes that penetrated the sedimentary cover down to the Upper.