Kentucky Geological Survey Report of Investigations

 

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Submissions from 2018

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Ground Motions Induced by the March 11, 2018, Implosion of the Capital Plaza Tower, Frankfort, Kentucky, N. Seth Carpenter, Michael J. Lynch, Brandon C. Nuttall, Zhenming Wang, and Andrew S. Holcomb

Submissions from 2017

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Field Investigation of an Active Landslide In Kentucky: A Framework to Correlate Electrical Data and Shear Strength, Matthew M. Crawford and L. Sebastian Bryson

Submissions from 2016

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Heavy-Oil and Bitumen Resources of the Big Clifty Sandstone, Northeastern Grayson County and Adjacent Hardin County, Kentucky, J. Richard Bowersox

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Heavy-Oil and Bitumen Resources of the Western Kentucky Tar Sands, J. Richard Bowersox

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Earthquake Hazard Mitigation in the New Madrid Seismic Zone: Science and Public Policy, Alice M. Orton, Zhenming Wang, Lanmin Wang, and Edward W. Woolery

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Site Characteristics, Instrumentation, and Recordings of the Central United States Seismic Observatory, Edward W. Woolery, Zhenming Wang, and N. Seth Carpenter

Submissions from 2015

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Geologic, Geotechnical, and Geophysical Investigation of a Shallow Landslide, Eastern Kentucky, Matthew M. Crawford, Junfeng Zhu, and Steven E. Webb

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Schoenophyllum aggregatum Zone: Stratigraphic Marker for Investigations of Mississippian Limestones in Western Kentucky, Garland R. Dever Jr. and Preston McGrain

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Comparison of the Ground-Motion Attenuation Relationship Between the Wenchuan, China, Area and the Central and Eastern United States, Jiwei Feng, Zhenming Wang, Edward W. Woolery, and Shanyou Li

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The Geologic Context of Landslide and Rockfall Maintenance Costs in Kentucky, Bethany L. Overfield, Daniel I. Carey, Gerald A. Weisenfluh, Rebecca Wang, and Matthew M. Crawford

Submissions from 2014

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Shallow Groundwater Monitoring Associated with the Deep Saline Reservoir CO2 Storage Test in Hancock County, Kentucky, E. Glynn Beck

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Geology of the Kentucky Geological Survey Marvin Blan No. 1 Well, East-Central Hancock County, Kentucky, J. Richard Bowersox and David A. Williams

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Hydrogeologic Investigations of Pavement Subsidence in the Cumberland Gap Tunnel, James S. Dinger, James C. Currens, Junfeng Zhu, Steven E. Webb, Brad W. Rister, R. C. Graves, David L. Allen, and Tim C. Scully

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Using Time-Lapse Three Dimensional Vertical Seismic Profiling to Monitor Injected Fluids During Geologic Carbon Sequestration, John B. Hickman

Submissions from 2013

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Middle and Late Devonian New Albany Shale in the Kentucky Geological Survey Marvin Blan No. 1 Well, Hancock County, Kentucky, Brandon C. Nuttall

Submissions from 2012

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Using LiDAR to Map Landslides in Kenton and Campbell Counties, Kentucky, Matthew M. Crawford

Submissions from 2010

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Sources and Occurrences of Nonpoint-Source Chemicals in Groundwater, Jackson Purchase Region, Kentucky, R. Stephen Fisher and E. Glynn Beck

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Evaluation of Geologic CO2 Sequestration Potential and CO2 Enhanced Oil Recovery in Kentucky, Thomas M. Parris, Stephen F. Greb, and Brandon C. Nuttall

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Ground Motion for the Maximum Credible Earthquake in Kentucky, Zhenming Wang

Submissions from 2008

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Foundation Problems and Pyrite Oxidation in the Chattanooga Shale, Estill County, Kentucky, Warren H. Anderson

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Groundwater Quality in Watersheds of the Big Sandy River, Little Sandy River, and Tygarts Creek (Kentucky Basin Management Unit 5), R. Stephen Fisher, Bart Davidson, and Peter T. Goodmann

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Assessing the Felt Reports of the 1811-12 New Madrid Earthquakes in the Central United States, Ron Street, John D. Kiefer, and Jerry L. Raisor

Submissions from 2007

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Groundwater Quality in Watersheds of the Kentucky River, Salt River, Licking River, Big Sandy River, Little Sandy River, and Tygarts Creek (Kentucky Basin Management Units 1, 2, and 5), R. Stephen Fisher, Bart Davidson, and Peter T. Goodmann

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Regional Groundwater Quality in Watersheds of the Upper Cumberland, Lower Cumberland, and Lower Tennessee Rivers, and the Jackson Purchase Region (Kentucky Basin Management Unit 3), R. Stephen Fisher, Bart Davidson, and Peter T. Goodmann

Submissions from 2006

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Assessing Water-Supply Potential of Abandoned Underground Coal Mines in Eastern Kentucky, James S. Dinger, Dennis H. Cumbie, and Bart Davidson