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Abum caption: Glendale, Montana in 1983. Bedrock geology of the Vipond Park 15-minute, Stine Mountain 7 1/2-minute, and Maurice Mountain 7 1/2-minute quadrangles, Pioneer Mountains, Beaverhead County, Montana. Geological Survey (U.S.) Bulletin 1625. 1988. Published as frontispiece, bottom photograph.
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Handwritten notes on album caption: Mar 10/17. Note: In 1917, the USGS offices were located in the Adams Building, 1333-1335 F. Street, NW, Washington, D.C.
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Abum caption: Glendale, Montana, in 1883. This old drawing of Glendale, viewed from the southeast, shows the town in more thriving days. Center of activity then was the smelter (left center) that processed the ore material mined at Hecla and vicinity. Only the chimney, a few shells, and cellar holes of buildings remain in the town. Trapper Creek valley extends from upper left to lower right in the perspective. The foreground is underlain by Cretaceous sedimentary rocks of the Colorado Group. The hills in the upper right part of the picture are south of Dry Hollow Gulch; from left to right the peaks against the skyline are at 6,500 ft, 6,700 ft, and 6,628 ft elevation on the Vipond Park topographic quadrangle...
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Album caption: Metamorphic mineral assemblages of slightly calcic pelitic rocks in and around the Taconic allochton. Photomicrographs showing (B) late plagioclase including folded foliation defined by dust trains; the sigmoidal fold is in a single crystal, sample 340-1 (plane-polarized light). Southwestern Massachusetts and adjacent Connecticut and New York. ca. 1966. Published as figure 11-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 1113. 1981.
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Album caption: Proterozoic X gneiss, rim of the west sidewall, cirque north of Sheep Mountain. Notice at least three sets of planar features. Published as figure 2A.
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Handwritten names on album caption: Cahill, Reeves, Bischoff, Hahn, Hogan, Gates. Mar 10/17.
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Album caption: Potato Hill in distance, looking down Lime Creek Valley from camp near Molas Lake. (Needle Mt. Quad.) Colorado.
NOTE: This data release is currently being revised. The new version will be available soon. Groundwater-quality data were collected from 983 wells as part of the National Water-Quality Assessment Project of the U.S. Geological Survey National Water-Quality Program and are included in this report. The data were collected from six types of well networks: principal aquifer study networks, which are used to assess the quality of groundwater used for public water supply; land-use study networks, which are used to assess land-use effects on shallow groundwater quality; major aquifer study networks, which are used to assess the quality of groundwater used for domestic supply; enhanced trends networks, which are used to...
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Album caption: Alluvial cone. North side of South Fork Mineral Creek just west of camp. (Silverton Quad.) Colorado. Handwritten notes on album caption: San Juan Co.
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Album caption: Contact between Kootenai Formation and Colorado Group, on north side of Trapper Creek, south slope of 6,484-foot peak. Visible relief is about 500 ft9150m) [sic]. Top of the Kootenai is a gray gastropod limestone, succeeded by a massive (5--10 m) greywacke bed of the Colorado. Contact is just above right-hand talus slide marked by arrow. Published as figure 14A.
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Album caption: Chert in lower member of the Phosphoria Formation, cliffs in sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 10 W., east of Devils Hole north of Canyon Creek. Note lamination in dolostone, caused by quartz sand in crossbeds, that passes as a ghost lamination into the chert. Published as figure 12.
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Album caption: Mazama ash in colluvium, borrow pit west of Interstate 15 south of Butte, at mileage 118.9. The light ash layer is about 10 cm thick. Published as figure 22.
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Album caption: Devonian Jefferson Dolostone thrust upon the Mississippian Lodgepole Limestone. Location is west slope of 8,938-foot peak west of Lion Mountain. The Jefferson is highly brecciated and yellow, typical of that below the main thrust of Proterozoic quartzite at head of Gold Creek; its presence here suggests that this thrust of extended this far east. Man’s hand is parallel to bedding in the Lodgepole. Published as figure 24.
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Album captiion: San Juan Mtns. and Coyote Creek Valley, from N. of divid between head of Montezuma and Coyote Creeks, at 8.200 ft., looking N. 40 degrees east. Colorado. n.d. No index card available.
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Album caption: Head of Yellow Jacket Creek and adjacent topog. showing Mesa Verde in right and Laramie in left, overlain by tertiary rising in rear, from near head of creek on Mesa Verde scarp at 7,800 ft., looking N. 70 de. W. Colorado. n.d. No index card available.
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The Santa Clara River Lakes, located along the San Andreas fault 19 miles northwest of Palmdale, California, were placed on the state’s “303(d) List” or “Impaired Water List” in 1996 for eutrophic conditions, high pH, and low dissolved oxygen. In 2016, the state adopted a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for nutrients (nitrogen and phosphorus) in the Santa Clara River Lakes. This study focuses on the largest of the three lakes, Lake Elizabeth, which is surrounded by the unincorporated town of Elizabeth Lake, CA. The local community uses on-site wastewater treatment systems instead of a centralized sewer system, resulting in potential contamination of groundwater. In response to concerns over the quality of water...
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Album caption and index card: Granite ridges near the eastern base of Laramie Peak. Albany County, Wyoming. 1870. Personal email communication from Alan Terrell on January 17, 2021, "This photograph was taken on August 12, 1870. Source of the date is the 1870 diary transcription. Jackson states: "Dr. (Hayden), Giff (Gifford), Ell (Elliot), Turn (Turnbull), Ford, John, Besely & Loucks with ambulance started for Laramie Peak. As we advanced clouds raised. Stopped at Granite Ridge, made photos and lunched...." The "ambulance" is seen in this photograph. Also seen is the fire that "Potato John" prepared for cooking lunch. The globular granite structures surround the group. The next day the group went further...
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Album caption and index card: Ocotillo (tall plants) growing on partly cemented gravels in sec. 24, T. 15 S., R. 20 E. Other shrubs are creosotebush, cholla, and honeysage. Cochise County, Arizona. ca. 1965. Published as Figure 12 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 485-D. 1969.
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Album caption and index card: Bottom-land forest along the San Pedro River near the mouth of Soza Wash. Most of the trees are cottonwoods. Cochise County, Arizona. ca. 1965. Published as Figure 14 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper 485-D. 1969.


map background search result map search result map Granite ridges near the eastern base of Laramie Peak. Albany County, Wyoming. 1870. Alluvial fan north side of South Fork Mineral Creek. San Juan County, Colorado. n.d. Ocotillo (tall plants) growing on partly cemented gravels. Cochise County, Arizona. circa 1965. Bottom-land forest along the San Pedro River near the mouth of Soza Wash. Cochise County, Arizona. circa 1965. Electrical Resistivity Tomography Data at Elizabeth Lake, Los Angeles County, California, 2019 Interior room, Adams Building. Washington, D.C. 1917. NSHM2023_EQGeoDB_v1 Shapefile Metamorphic mineral assemblages of slightly calcic pelitic rocks in and around the Taconic allochton.  Southwestern Massachusetts and adjacent Connecticut and New York.  circa 1966. Glendale, Montana, in 1883. Glendale, Montana in 1983. Proterozoic X gneiss, rim of the west sidewall, cirque north of Sheep Mountain.  Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd USGS employees, Adams Building. Washington, D.C. 1917. Datasets of Groundwater-Quality and Select Quality-Control Data from the National Water-Quality Assessment Project, January 2017 through December 2019 Distant view of Potato Hill. Needle Mountain quadrangle, Colorado. n.d. Chert in lower member of the Phosphoria Formation, cliffs in sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 10 W., east of Devils Hole north of Canyon Creek. Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Contact between Kootenai Formation and Colorado Group, on north side of Trapper Creek, south slope of 6,484-foot peak.  Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Mazama ash in colluvium, borrow pit west of Interstate 15 south of Butte, at mileage 118.9. Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Devonian Jefferson Dolostone thrust upon the Mississippian Lodgepole Limestone.  Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Head of Yellow Jacket Creek. Colorado. n.d. San Juan Mountains and Coyote Creek Valley. Colorado. n.d. Electrical Resistivity Tomography Data at Elizabeth Lake, Los Angeles County, California, 2019 Interior room, Adams Building. Washington, D.C. 1917. USGS employees, Adams Building. Washington, D.C. 1917. Alluvial fan north side of South Fork Mineral Creek. San Juan County, Colorado. n.d. Granite ridges near the eastern base of Laramie Peak. Albany County, Wyoming. 1870. Ocotillo (tall plants) growing on partly cemented gravels. Cochise County, Arizona. circa 1965. Bottom-land forest along the San Pedro River near the mouth of Soza Wash. Cochise County, Arizona. circa 1965. Glendale, Montana, in 1883. Glendale, Montana in 1983. Proterozoic X gneiss, rim of the west sidewall, cirque north of Sheep Mountain.  Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd Chert in lower member of the Phosphoria Formation, cliffs in sec. 10, T. 2 S., R. 10 W., east of Devils Hole north of Canyon Creek. Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Contact between Kootenai Formation and Colorado Group, on north side of Trapper Creek, south slope of 6,484-foot peak.  Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Mazama ash in colluvium, borrow pit west of Interstate 15 south of Butte, at mileage 118.9. Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Devonian Jefferson Dolostone thrust upon the Mississippian Lodgepole Limestone.  Beaverhead County, Montana.  nd. Distant view of Potato Hill. Needle Mountain quadrangle, Colorado. n.d. Head of Yellow Jacket Creek. Colorado. n.d. San Juan Mountains and Coyote Creek Valley. Colorado. n.d. Metamorphic mineral assemblages of slightly calcic pelitic rocks in and around the Taconic allochton.  Southwestern Massachusetts and adjacent Connecticut and New York.  circa 1966. NSHM2023_EQGeoDB_v1 Shapefile Datasets of Groundwater-Quality and Select Quality-Control Data from the National Water-Quality Assessment Project, January 2017 through December 2019