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Regional geology, seismicity, and potential geologic hazards and constraints
|Statement||by William C. Richmond ... [et al.].|
|Series||Open-file report -- 81-318., Open-file report (Geological Survey (U.S.)) -- 81-318.|
|Contributions||Richmond, William C., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
Relations Between Geology and Seismicity. Seismicity shows relations to several geologic features (Figure 3). Seismicity is nearly absent to the southwest where the Anadarko basin deepens, especially where the basin is >3 km deep, indicating that the seismicity primarily (although not exclusively) occurs within crystalline :// geologic conditions, discusses potential geotechnical constraints, and provides preliminary recommendations to assist in planning and development site is considered suitable for the planned improvements provided the recommendations of this report are ://
To assess potential geologic hazards, new samples were analyzed using argon analysis (40 Ar/ 39 Ar), and obtained the following: the most recent eruption occurred approximat years ago The Western Hellenic Subduction Zone is characterized by a transition from oceanic to continental subduction. In the southern oceanic portion of the system, abundant seismicity reaches depths of km to km, while the northern continental portion rarely exhibits deep ://
In addition, potential impacts to residents resulting from geologic and seismic hazards are also addressed. General Plan policies and mitigation measures that would serve to reduce impacts are also identified. This section is based on a review of published information, surveys, and reports regarding regional geology and :// Potential geologic sources of seismic hazard in the Sydney Basin GeoCat # A series of seminars were presented covering geology, geomorphology, seismicity and seismic hazard. These served as a nucleation point for subsequent discussion, and the associated landscape evolution that can be used to provide geologic constraints on
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12 SOILS, GEOLOGY, AND SEISMICITY This chapter describes the physical characteristics of the Village at Squaw Valley Specific Plan (VSVSP) area, focused on topography, geology, soils, seismicity, and geologic hazards, and presents an analysis of the potential geologic hazards and soils impacts associated with implementation of the proposed :// /View//ChapterSoils-Geology-and-Seismicity-PDF.
Get this Regional geology a library. Regional geology, seismicity, and potential geologic hazards and constraints: OCS oil and gas lease s northern and central California (s part A, held ). [William C Richmond; Geological Survey (U.S.);] This section addresses geologic hazards in the Town of Mammoth Lakes.
Topography, geology, faulting, seismicity, volcanoes, and soils are summarized as and potential geologic hazards and constraints book basis for discussion of geotechnical constraints associated with implementation of the proposed General Plan Update.
EXISTING CONDITIONS Regional Geology REGIONAL GEOLOGY, SEISMICITY, AND POTENTIAL GEOLOGIC HAZARDS AND CONSTRAINTS, OCS OIL AND GAS LEASE S NORTHERN AND CENTRAL CALIFORNIA (SALE 53 PART A HELD ) BY William C. Richmond, Deborah J. Burdick, Diane Phillips, and Paula J. Norris OPEN-FILE REPORT This report has not been edited for conformity 3 GEOLOGY 3 Regional Geology 3 Site Geology 3 Soils 4 Groundwater 4 4 FAULTING AND SEISMICITY 5 5 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR POTENTIAL GEOLOGIC AND SEISMIC IMPACTS/HAZARDS 6 Surface Fault Rupture 6 Seismic Ground Shaking 7 Liquefaction and Lateral Spreading 7 Landslides 8 Tsunamis 8 September Geology, Soils, and Seismicity ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS GEOLOGY, SOILS, AND SEISMICITY This section addresses impacts related to geologic hazards and conditions at the proposed project site.
The analysis presented in this section is based on a geotechnical investigation performed DEIR__GeologySoils& Geology, Soils, and Seismicity Introduction This section describes existing geologic and soil conditions, potential geologic and geotechnical hazards, and potential impacts for the proposed power line project.
The project is located in a seismically active region. Geologic hazards with the Geology_(a mal. Geology, Soils, and Seismicity This section evaluates the potential for construction and operation of the proposed Railyards Specific Plan Update, KP Medical Center, MLS Stadium and Stormwater Outfall to result in adverse impacts associated with geologic and soil constraints, such as settlement and slope~/media/Corporate/Files/CDD/Planning/Environmental.
Summary of Impacts – Geology, Soils, and Seismicity This section evaluates the potential for construction and operation of the Monterey Peninsula Water Supply Project (MPWSP or proposed project) to result in adverse impacts associated with geologic hazards, soils hazards, and/or seismic hazards.
The analysis is based on review of /info/esa/mpwsp/deir/_geology,_soils, Pebble Beach Company Project Draft Environmental Impact Report November ICF 1 Section 2 Geology, Seismicity, and Soils 3 This chapter provides a discussion of the geologic, seismic, and soil conditions that currently exist 4 within the project area.
The potential impacts of the proposed project related to existing geologic,?id= ed along the eastern property line and potential for erosion and flooding. Slopes within and near the development area appear to be stable and the construction of the proposed apartment buildings should not negatively impact slope stability.
Regional geologic conditions that impact the site in-clude seismicity and :// GEOLOGY, SOILS, SEISMICITY, AND PALEONTOLOGY This section addresses the potential impacts of The Village at Loomis Project (proposed project) to geologic, soils, and paleontological resources, as well as impacts related to seismic safety and soil stability.
The proposed project would construct up to residential units and a village-themed McCulloch, D.S.,Regional geology and hydrocarbon potential of offshore central California in G.D.W. Scholl A., and Vedder, J.G., ed., Geology and resource potential of the continuous margin of western North America and adjacent ocean basins -- Beaufort Sea to Baja California: Circum Pacific Council for Energy and Mineral Resources, Earth GEOLOGIC HAZARDS EVALUATION AND PRELIMINARY GEOTECHNICAL INVESTIGATION MEADOWBROOK CROSSING SUBDIVISION MEADOWBROOK PARKWAY & STATE HIGHWAY 94 EL PASO COUNTY, COLORADO Prepared for: MEADOWBROOK CROSSING, LLC 90 South Cascade Avenue, Suite Colorado Springs, Colorado Attention: Mr.
Danny GEOLOGY AND SOILS A. Setting 1. Introduction The following section summarizes the geology, soils, and seismicity of the Harris Quarry project area. Included is a discussion of existing conditions and the constraints to quarrying posed by site geologic, soils, and A.
GEOLOGY, SOILS AND SEISMICITY 1. Setting The following information is primarily derived from a geologic report of the project area prepared by Huffman and Associates, Inc., consultants in geology.l I i I a. Geology and Soils. The George Ranch is underlain by rocks of the Sonoma Volcanics of Upper pliocene age ( to million years before Numerous geologic and geotechnical related issues involving regional seismicity, active faults, high groundwater, toxic and potentially explosive subsurface gases, abandoned oil wells and oil fields, and both soft-ground and hard rock conditions above and below the groundwater surface, have imposed constraints on the design and construction of revealed potential geologic hazards to oil and gas exploration and development activities: shallow recent faulting and evidence of mass movement on the continental slope.
No potential hazards were observed on any blocks on the continental shelf. Other geology-related problems, termed constraints because they pose Chapter Geology and Soils Dublin Boulevard – N. Canyons Parkway Extension Project Draft EIR Plan’s Public Safety element includes policies for new land development in order to prevent the creation of new geologic hazards.
Policies under this objective that are relevant to the P roject are outlined below. Policy :// Geologic Hazards and Resources This section discusses the effect of geologic hazards on the Mariposa Energy Project (MEP) and geologic resources of commercial, recreational, or scientific value at the project site.
Section describes the existing environment that could be affected, including regional and local geology and geologic Volume 1/MEP. 11 The geology, seismicity, and soils impacts from the Proposed Project and the Unit Alternative 12 are summarized in Table below.
The Proposed Project and the Unit Alternative would not 13 have any significant short- or long-term adverse impacts related to geologic ?id=CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This chapter discloses the geologic, soil and seismic constraints on the Project and describes the physical characteristics of the Project area, including topography, geology, mineral resources, soils, seismicity, geologic hazards and existing land coverage.
Proposed land coverage and Tahoe Regional Planning Agency ?doi= GEOLOGY, SOILS, AND SEISMICITY. Introduction. This section summarizes the geologic, soil, and seismic hazards along the project corridor, and the potential for transit service in this corridor to expose people or structures to these ://