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Carbonate rocks and hydrogeology of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico
by Published by New Orleans Geological Society for field trip 5, 1976 Annual Convention of the AAPG-SEPM in New Orleans
Written in English
|Statement||A. E. Weidie and W. C. Ward, editors.|
|Contributions||Weidie, A. E., 1931-, Ward, W. C. 1933-|
|LC Classifications||QE471.15.C3 C36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||341 p. :|
|Number of Pages||341|
|LC Control Number||78305963|
A regional tectonic feature extending in a km long and 30 to 40 km wide belt, the Holbox Fracture Zone, crosses the flat, karstified terrain of the NE Yucatan Peninsula controlling development of large, elongated poljes. The corridor poljes evolve from solution . “ The Yucatán Peninsula is composed of carbonate and soluble rocks, mostly of limestone, although dolomite and evaporites are also present at different depths. Learn More See 15 Experiences.
Hardbound. The Geology and Hydrogeology of Carbonate Islands presents a survey of more than 30 selected islands such as Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Florida Keys, coastal Yucatan, Barbados, the Caymans, Isla de Mona, islands of Polynesia, the Cooks, Guam, Niue, Nauru, Rottnest Island, the Houtman Abrolhos, islands of the Great Barrier Reef and many atolls including Enewetak, Tarawa, . Smith, SL, Whitaker, FF, Parkes, RJ, Smart, PL & Beddows, PA , Geochemistry and geomicrobiology of saline groundwaters: Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico. in JB Martin, CM Wicks & ID Sasowsky (eds), Karst Waters Institute Special Publication 7: Hydrogeology and Biology of Post‐Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers. pp.
Background sections include the following topics: hydrogeology, the subterranean cave system, the Sian Ka’an Biosphere Reserve, Mesoamerican Great Barrier reef, tourism development, population growth and water quality issues facing the region. A. Hydrogeology: The Yucatan peninsula is made of calcium carbonate bedrock that has developed. In Carbonate Rocks and Hydrogeology of the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, edited by A.E. Weidie and W.C. Ward, pp. – New Orleans Geological Society, New Orleans. Barrera Rubio, Alfredo Sobre la unidad de habitación tradicional campesina y el .
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Get this from a library. Carbonate rocks and hydrogeology of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. [A E Weidie; W C Ward;]. Carbonate Rocks and Hydrogeology of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, MayPages Karst Hydrology of Northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Stringfield, H. LeGrand. ABSTRACT. Northern Yucatan is underlain by nearly horizontal Tertiary formations consisting chiefly of limestone and other soluble rocks.
Because it is UNCORRECTED material, please consider the following text as a useful but insufficient proxy for the authoritative book pages. The Hydrogeology of the Yucatan Peninsula Oscar A. Escolero Fuentes, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico The Yucatan Peninsula consists of an enormous limestone platform rising about 15 meters above sea.
Pac Chen Lake is located on the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico and is ~ 42 km from the coast and ~ 22 km NE of Coba.
It has an area of ~ 36, m² and maximum depth of 25 m. The northern Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico is a partially emergent Hydrogeology of the Yucatán Peninsula and of insoluble residues from carbonate rocks of the Yucatán Peninsula, could. Hydrogeology and hydrogeochemistry of the northwestern Yucatan Peninsula.
The predominantly unconfined carbonate aquifer of the northwestern Yucatan Peninsula contains a freshwater lens, an extensive seawater-derived saline intrusion that has been followed several tens of kilometers inland, and a mixing zone. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) Geology -- Mexico -- Yucatán (State) Groundwater -- Mexico -- Yucatán (State) Carbonate rocks.
View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items "A revision of Carbonate rocks and hydrogeology of the Yucatan Peninsula." Description: pages: illustrations ; The Geology and Hydrogeology of Carbonate Islands presents a survey of more than 30 selected islands such as Bermuda, the Bahamas, the Florida Keys, coastal Yucatan, Barbados, the Caymans, Isla de Mona, islands of Polynesia, the Cooks, Guam, Niue, Nauru, Rottnest Island, the Houtman Abrolhos, islands of the Great Barrier Reef and many atolls including Enewetak, Tarawa, Diego Garcia, Mururoa.
The purpose of this program is to provide a capstone experience in the fields of Karst Hydrogeology and Geochemistry. The program will take place in Merida, Yucatan State in Mexico. Students will also survey and examine several outcrops of highly permeable karst limestone deposits and groundwater seawater mixing locations along the Yucatan.
Geological setting and hydrogeology of the area. The northwest part of the Yucatán Peninsula (figure 1) is a flat carbonate platform, underlain by several hundred metres thick sub-horizontal Tertiary and Quaternary formations of almost pure carbonate rocks and represent a mature karst formation with a well-developed system of interconnected caverns and conduits (Steinich.
Back and B. Hanshaw, “Hydrogeochemistry of the Northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico with a Section on Mayan Water Practices,” In: Geology and Hydrogeology of Northeastern Yucatan. Field Trip. New Orleans Geological Society, GCAGS/SEPM Annual Convention,pp.
This paper documents such an investigation on the continental shelf of the Yucatán Peninsula, Mexico, also known as the Campeche Bank, a carbonate platform extending into the southern Gulf of Mexico ().Aside from the early research by Logan et al. (), the Campeche Bank is understudied, particularly in regards to the detailed geomorphology of the vast regions of seafloor.
Geology and hydrogeology of the Florida Keys (R.B. Halley et al.). Geology of coastal islands, northeastern Yucatan Peninsula (W.C. Ward). Geology and hydrogeology of St. Croix, Virgin Islands (I.P. Gill et al.).
Geomorphology and hydrogeology of selected islands of French Polynesia: Tikehau (Atoll) and Tahiti (Barrier Reef) (F. Rougerie et al.). Hydrogeothermal Convective Circulation Model for the Formation of the Chicxulub Ring of Cenotes in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico; The Chicxulub impact near the center of the carbonate Yucatan platform produced a low permeability and high thermal conductivity melt rock that arguably extends to the basement rock at km below surface.
INTRODUCTION. Pleistocene rocks on the Yucatán Peninsula of México crop out along a well-preserved coastal belt, 1 to 10 km wide, that surrounds the entire peninsula (Weidie, ).Late Pleistocene beach ridges (“strand-plain” of Ward, ) and a contemporaneous reef facies (“barrier-reef limestone” of Ward, ) border the Caribbean high coast and were first mapped during the.
Escolero Fuentes, Oscar A. (), “The Hydrogeology of the Yucatan Peninsula in Sustainable Management of Groundwater in Mexico”, in Laura Holliday, Luis Marin and Henry Vaux (eds.), Proceedings of a Workshop Series: Strengthening Science-Based Decision Making in Developing Countries, US National Research Council, pp.
62–68 Google Scholar. GEOLOGY. The Yucatan peninsula is a karstic terrain (meaning partially-dissolved carbonate bedrock) made up of marine calcareous sediments (limestone) lain down during the Jurassic period between and million years ago.
of the Yucatan peninsula, buried by a thick sequence of Tertiary carbonate rocks (Figure 1). Figure Chicxulub crater and cenotes location in the Yucatan peninsula. The crater was first identified from geophysical studies carried out during oil exploration surveys in the peninsula.
Bibi R. Gondwe, David Ottowitz, Robert Supper, Klaus Motschka, Gonzalo Merediz-Alonso, Peter Bauer-Gottwein, Regional-scale airborne electromagnetic surveying of the Yucatan karst aquifer (Mexico): geological and hydrogeological interpretationLevé électromagnétique aéroporté à échelle régionale de l’aquifère karstique du Yucatan (Mexique): interprétation géologique et.
Beddows, P.A. () Introduction to the hydrogeology of the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. In Ward, B. (ed) Salt Water Intrusion & Coastal Aquifer Conference (SWICA) Field Trip to the Caribbean Coast of the Yucatan Peninsula (April). The Yucatan Peninsula is the portion that we observe above sea level of the Yucatan Platform, which has a much larger area.
In the Riviera Maya on the eastern coast of Quintana Roo, the change in depth is very abrupt compared to northern Yucatan and the Campeche Sound towards the Gulf of Mexico, where the shallow platform extends for several.Extensive flooded cave systems are developed in a zone 8–12 km inland of the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
In plan, the systems comprise cross-linked anastomosing networks composed of horizontal elliptical tubes (which are actively developing where associated with the present fresh water/saline water mixing zone) and canyon-shaped passages.Cenotes (sinkholes) are the most peculiar aquatic ecosystem of the Yucatan Peninsula (SE Mexico).
They are formed by dissolution of the carbonate rock in the karstic platform of the Yucatan.