Glacial Geology of Muir Inlet, Southeast Alaska
Haselton, George M. (1966-01)
Muir Inlet is in the northeast part of Glacier Bay National Monument in Southeastern Alaska, about 135 kilometers northeast of Juneau. Muir Inlet is part of a large dendritic glacial valley system that has three tidal ...
Ecological Observations in the Muir Inlet Area, Glacier Bay National Monument, Alaska
Welch, Roy A. (1965-03)
From observations conducted during the summer of 1962 concerning the habitat, species, and general successional stages of the plant and animal life in the area surrounding Muir Inlet (58°54' N. Lat.,136°05' W. Long.), it ...
Soil Development and Ecological Succession in a Deglaciated Area of Muir Inlet, Southeast Alaska
Goldthwait, R. P.; Loewe, F.; Ugolini, F. C.; Decker, H. F.; DeLong, D. M.; Trautman, M. B.; Good, E. E.; Merrell, T. R. III; Rudolph, E. D. (1966-06)
The origin of the materials on which soils and ecosystems have developed in the 25-kilometer-long triangular lowland of Muir Inlet north of Mts. Wright and Case involves the last two glacial invasions and pro-glacial waters ...