The Kenai Lowland is part of the Cook Inlet Lowland physiographic subprovince that borders Cook Inlet, a major marine reentrant along the Pacific Ocean coastline of south-central Alaska. The Cook Inlet Lowland occupies a structural trough underlain by rocks of Tertiary age and mantled by Quaternary deposits of varying thicknesses. The bordering high alpine mountains—the Aleutian and Alaska Ranges to the northwest and north and the Talkeetna, Chugach, and Kenai Mountains to the northeast and southeast—are underlain by rocks of Mesozoic and older ages.
|Publication Subtype||USGS Numbered Series|
|Title||Quaternary geology of the Kenai Lowland and glacial history of the Cook Inlet region, Alaska|
|Series title||Professional Paper|
|Publisher||U.S. Government Printing Office|
|Publisher location||Washington, D.C.|
|Description||Report: iv, 69 p.; 7 Plates: 36.00 x 32.50 inches or smaller|
|Google Analytic Metrics||Metrics page|