2nd Conference Proceedings
Table of Contents


1. Basement Control of Exposed Geological Features in Central Kentucky as Inferred from Tectonic, Aeromagnetic and Gravity Data

Douglas F.B. Black, G. Randy Keller, and Robert W. Johnson, Jr. p. 1
2. Regional Tectonics, Systematic Fractures and Photolinears in Southeastern West Virginia

Stuart L. Dean, Byron R. Kulander, and Richard E. Williams p.10
3. Wrench Zone in the North Carolina Coastal Plain

P.M. Brown, D.L. Brown, T.E. Shufflebarger, Jr., and J. L. Sampair p.54
4. Lineament Studies in Structural Interpretation of a Stabilized Orogenic Region: Appalachian Piedmont, Delaware and Adjacent Pennsylvania

Allan M. Thompson and G. Michael Hager p.74
5. The Structural Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Lineaments in Northern Rhode Island

William C. Schwab and Reinharel K. Frohlich p.86
6. Interpretation of Aeromagnetic Data in Southwest Connecticut, and Evidence for Faulting Along the Northern Fall Line

Patrick J. Barosh p.99
7. A Structurally Disturbed Zone in Central Pennsylvania: Surface Expression of a Domain Boundary?

P.M. Hunter and R. R. Parizek p.111
8. Segmentation of the Appalachian Belt by Deep Wrench Faulting

John Gabelman p.122
9. Preparation of Preliminary Brittle Structures Maps of New York State

Yngvar W. lsachsen and WiIIiam G. McKendree p.138
10. A Study of Fractures in the Tyrone - Mount Union Lineament

M.R. Canich and D.P. Gold p.141
11. A Study of Lineaments, Fracture Traces and Joints in Pennsylvania

D.P. Gold and R.R. Parizek p.142
12. Fracture Zones in the Crustal Rocks of North Carolina and Their Possible Relationship to the Tectonics of the Southern Appalachians

William H. Spence p.143
13. Fracture Analyses in the Warrior Coal Field, Alabama

J.A. Drahovzal and W.E. Ward, II p.144


14. The Gannett Peak Lineament: A Passive Element During Laramide Uncoupling of the Wyoming Foreland

Katherine A. Pattridge p.145
15. The Colorado Plateau Aulocogen - Key to Continental Scale Basement Rifting

D.L. Baars p.157
16. A Study of the Tectonics of Wyoming and Adjacent Areas Using Photo Linear Elements Mapped from LANDSAT-1 and Skylab Imagery

J. L. Earle p.165
17. Relationships Between Photo Lineaments and Geologic Structures, Athabaska Oil Sands Area, Northeast Alberta

E.A. Babcock and L.G. Sheldon p.177
18. Relationship Between Selected Space Image Lineaments and Primary Crustal Segments in Alaska

Ernest H. Lathram and Robert G.H. Raynolds p.191
19. An Analysis of Fracture Trace Patterns in Areas of Flat-Lying Sedimentary Rocks for the Detection of Buried Geologic Structure

Melvin H. Podwysocki p.198


20. Transverse Fault Zones in the Irish Calendonides and Other Fold Belts

Ralph R. Horne p.199
21. Interpreting the Genetic Character of Structural Lineaments in the Mediterranean Basin

Richard M. Foose and Robert H. Brigham p.211
22. Air Photo Lineations, Joints and Bedding in Part of Southeast Spain

Mohamed A. Abdel Rahman and R. L. Wright p.225
23. LANDSAT Offers New Data on the Crustal Fracture Patterns of Central Europe, the Aegean Region and the Red Sea Region

P. Kronberg, R. Günther, and M. Schönfeld p.236
24. Riedel-Type Lineaments in the Precambrian Willyama Block, Broken Hill, Australia

M.B. Katz and H. LeCouteur p.260
25. Air Photo Lineations of Wadi Araba Area, Gulf of Suez Region, Egypt

Hassan A. El-Etr and Mahmoud S.M. Yousif p.274
26. Domains of Fracture Controlled Topographic Linear Systems of Italy

D.U. Wise, R. Funiciello, and F. Salvini p.288


27. Some Constraints and Aids for Interpretation of Fracture and Fault Development

E.G. Bombolakis p.289
28. Mechanical Role of Fluid Intrusions in the Development and Stability of Deep-Seated Fracture and Fault Systems

H. Koide and S. Bhattacharji p.306
29. Pervasive Orthogonal Fracturing in Earth's Continental Crust: Review and Update

S. Parker Gay, Jr. p.318
30. Origin of Pervasive Orthogonal Fracturing of the Earth's Crust

Marshall K. Corbett p.319
31. Regional Geomorphic Lineaments on Satellite Imagery -- Their Origin and Applications

Donald F. Saunders and David E. Hicks p.326
32. Angular and Spatial Relationships of LANDSAT Lineaments of the United States

Peter J. Haman p.353
33. Lineament - Block Tectonics: North American - Cordilleran Orogon

Gilbert E. Thomas p.361
34. The Hierarchy of Equidistances in the Planetary Equidistant Rupture Systems

Vaclav Nemec and Radan Kvet p.371
35. Planetary Equidistant Rupture (P.E.R.) Systems and Their Relations to Volcanic and Cryptovolcanic Phenomena

Radan Kvet p.374
36. The Distribution of Oil and Natural Gas Deposits in the Earth's Crust in Relation to the Deposits of Ni, Pt and Cr Along Great Circles

N. Thamm p.377
37. Anorogenic Magmatism, Plate Motion and Atlantic Evolution

R.M. Maclntyre p.386
38. Proterozoic Lineaments: Their Significance in Continental Evolution

F. Bryan Davis and Brian F. Windley p.387
39. Thin-Skin Gravity Tectonic Origin of the Kelly Creek Lineament, Alabama

Oscar E. Gilbert, Jr., Charles C. Wielchowski, and William M. Warren

40. Regional Geologic Interpretation from Aeromagnetic Data in the United States

Isadore Zietz p.389
41. Comparative Planetology and the Origin of Continents

Paul Lowman p.390
42. Intercontinental Fracture Propagation, or Creaking Hinges and Sticky Zippers

Rhodes W. Fairbridge p.391


43. Structure and Stratigraphy Revealed by Lineaments

J.J. Gallagher and M.J. McGuire p.395
44. The 38th Parallel Lineament in West Virginia

Eberhard Werner p.406
45. Lineament Control of Sedimentary Facies in the Northern Great Plains, United States

George W. Shurr p.413
46. Evolution of a Graded Cretaceous Shelf

Frank Simpson p.423
47. Neotectonics and Lineaments in a Sector of the Argentine Plains

Pierina Pasotti and Carlos Canoba p.435
48. Tectonic Implications of the Lineament Pattern in the Mississippi Embayment

Dennis W. O'Leary and Shirley L. Simpson p.444


49. North-South Geofracture Controls of Mississippian Base-Metal Mineralization in Ireland, Scotland and Wales

M.J. Russell p.445
50. Fracture Pattern Detection by Space Imagery Analysis of the Kaiparowits Plateau, Southern Utah

I.C. Bechtold, J.T. Reynolds, and R.L. Archer p.451
51. Some New Methods of Interpreting Remotely Sensed Images of the Earth's Surface Collected from Metallogenic Investigations

M.A. Favorskaya and V.V. Yarmoliuk p.463
52. Planetary Equidistant Rupture Systems: Relation of Tectonic Lines to the Distribution of Carbon Dioxide-Rich Waters and of Neo-Volcanics in the Western Part of the Nizky Jesenik Mountains (Northern Moravia, Czechoslovakia)

R. Kvet and G. Kacura p.468
53. The Planetary Subcrustal Deep Fault System in North America A New Concept of a Structural Control of Alkaline Magmatism, Cryptoexplosion Structures and Related Ore Deposits

Lubomir Kopecky p.472
54. Metallogeny and Two Major East-West Fracture Zones in the United States

Jan Kutina and William D. Carter p.484
55. Field Relations of Lineaments to Gossans and Geochemical Anomalies Along Bald Eagle Mountain, Centre County, Pennsylvania

M. Dennis Krohn p.485


56. A Statistical Method for Determining the Orientational Relationship Between Geological Variables

Mohamed A. Abdel Rahman p.486
57. Style Elements of Systematic Joints: Statistical Analysis of Size, Spacing and Other Characteristics

Russell L. Wheeler and John L. Stubbs, Jr. p.491
58. Directional Fabrics Introduced by Digital Filtering of Images

Alan R. Gillespie p.500
59. Detection of Global Lines and Edges in Heavily Textured Images

R.W. Ehrich p.508
60. A Magnetic Anomaly Map of North America from Satellite Data

M.A. Mayhew and W.M. Davis p.514
61. Graphical Display of Orientation Data for Visual Analysis

Eberhard Werner p.521
62. Techniques for Computer-Aided Analysis of Lineaments

M.J. McGuire and J.J. Gallagher, Jr. p.528
63. Some Possible Surface Expressions of a Regular Fracture Grid Deformed by Subsurface Structures

Melvin H. Podwysocki and David P. Gold p.542
64. Discernment and Separate Display of Regional and Nonregional Lineament Patterns by Optical Fourier Processing

L. K. Lepley p.560
65. Lineament and Linear, A Terminological Reappraisal

D.W. O'Leary, J.D. Friedman, and H.A. Pohn p.571
66. Global Lineaments in Time and Space

I.G. Gol'braikh, Ya.A. Dranovskii, and G.R. Mirkin p.578
67. Microearthquake Distributions: Occurrence Along Major Crustal Boundaries and at Point Sources

Paul W. Caton p.592
68. Slope Mapping -- A Technique for Locating Crustal Alignments or Discontinuities

W.E. Dole and N.F. Jordan p.593
69. Identification of Tectonically Active Features from Combined Use of Remote Sensing and Seismic Observations

S.S. Alexander and W.L. Abriel p.594
70. Analog Processing of LANDSAT Imagery for Geologic Lineaments and Surface Features

George A. Rabchevsky p.595