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View near mouth of Cottonwood Wash. Summerville(?) formation capped by Bluff sandstone member of Morrison formation. San Juan County, Utah. 1929. Published as plate 14-A in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 188. 1938.
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Dolores formation on west side of Junction Creek, the white cliff at the top is Entrada sandstone. This is the best-exposed section of the Dolores in the district; view 1.3 miles below mouth of Castle Creek. La Plata County, Colorado. Circa 1936. Plate 3-B, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 219. 1949.
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The Judith River formation as it is exposed in the very much dissected area 1.5 miles south of Acton. Plate 19-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 691. 1919.
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Album caption and index card: Extinct Soda Spring Basin. About 3 miles up the valley of a small tributary of the Bear River we come to a most remarkable formation, consisting of the basins of old springs long extinct. They are called the "petrifying springs" by the settlers, from the abundance of calcareous tufa which exists in the basins. Some of them are 6 feet in depth, and contain large masses of plants coated with a calcareous material, which retains perfectly the form of the leaf and stem. Caribou County, Idaho. 1871. Handwritten notes on album caption: None. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated,...
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Spring Valley, showing small area of coal-bearing Cretaceous rocks (Frontier formation) surrounded by Eocene beds. Wyoming. 1903.
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Polished pebbles and cobbles from the mudstone unit of the Lakita Formation. A, silicified wood; b, fossiliferous chert; c, quartzsite; d, and e, chert; f, chert pebble imbedded in clayey siltstone. Crook County, Wyoming. 1956. Published in US Geological Survey Bulletin 1082-J, plate 39. 1961.
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Album caption: Flathead Co, Mont. Index card: Exposure of Helena Formation and talus on Brown Pass Trail. Glacier National Park. Flathead County, Montana. August 13, 1981.
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Pleistocene formation on north border of Palos Verdes Hills: Sand pit on west side of Fourth Ravine west of Hawthorne Avenue. Lomita marl, San Pedro sand and unconformably overlying Palo Verdes (?) sand and nonmarine terrace cover. Los Angeles County, California. October 24, 1923. Plate 20-B, U.S.Geological Survey Professional Paper 207. 1946.
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Glacier National Park, Montana. Basal pillowed section of Purcell lava in contact with Snowslip Formation at Kootenai Peak. Note very large pillow to the lower right of pick. August 26, 1983.
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Winsor formation in top of ridge near Cannonville, showing style of erosion and color banding. Garfield County, Utah. 1938. Published as figure 14 in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 226. 1951.
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Photomicrographs showing replacement of metamorphosed and a normal calcareous shale. Calcareous carbonaceous shale, from hanging wall, upper Red Wing Extension tunnel. Subangular quartz grains roughly bedded in calcareous, carbonaceous matrix. Some of calcareous material has partially segregated in irregular area of calcite grains and shows early stage of formation of calcite vein. This section is typical of those of the black shale in the geologically upper portion of the Bingham section. Salt Lake County, Utah. 1900, plate 35-B in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 38. 1905.
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Two types of refractory clayrock from the Van Bibber Shale Member of the South Platte Formation. Refractory claystone from the Helmer Claystone bed. Douglas County, Colorado. 1952. Published as plate 3-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1102. 1961.
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Triceratops bones found near base of Lance formation in SE Sec. 20, T. 21 N., R. 23 E.; leg bones, length of long bone 26 inches. Corson County, South Dakota. 1909. Plate 7-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 575. 1914.
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Index card: Channels filled with conglomerate at base, Middle Cliff Member (Wescogame Formation), Supai Group. Thunder River Trail. Grand Canyon National Park. Coconino County, Arizona. 1967. Published as Figure MS2-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 1173. Note: Same as med00004_cp.
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View of Formation Spring, near Soda Springs. T. 8 S., R. 42 E. Soda Springs quadrangle (?). Caribou County, Idaho. 1910.
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Garlock fault in the El Paso Mountains, west of Searles Valley. The fault is the linear feature running from left to right. San Bernardino County, California. ca. 1978. Cover of in U.S. Geological Survey Earthquake Information Bulletin, v. 10 no. 5, September-October 1978.
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General view of Eagle formation, Missouri River between Eagle Creek and Eagle Butte. Chouteau County, Montana. 1903. U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 257, Plate 1-A. 1905.
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Thin bedded, friable Entrada sandstone (upper third of view) above calcareous shales of the Carmel formation, near the mouth of Everett Wash. Kane and Garfield Counties, Utah. n.d. Published as figure 11 in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 226. 1951.


map background search result map search result map Triceratops bones found near base of Lance formation in SE Sec. 20, T. 21 N., R. 23 E.; leg bones, length of long bone 26 inches. Corson County, South Dakota. 1909. Polished pebbles and cobbles from the mudstone unit of the Lakita Formation. Crook County, Wyoming. 1956. Photomicrographs showing replacement of metamorphosed and a normal calcareous shale. Calcareous carbonaceous shale, from hanging wall, upper Red Wing Extension tunnel. Salt Lake County, Utah. 1900. Exposure of Helena Formation and talus on Brown Pass Trail. Glacier National Park. Flathead County, Montana. 1981. Garlock fault in the El Paso Mountains, west of Searles Valley. San Bernardino County, California. Circa 1978. Dolores formation on west side of Junction Creek, the white cliff at the top is Entrada sandstone. La Plata County, Colorado. Circa 1936. View near mouth of Cottonwood Wash. San Juan County, Utah. 1929. Winsor formation in top of ridge near Cannonville, showing style of erosion and color banding. Garfield County, Utah. 1938. Thin bedded, friable Entrada sandstone (upper third of view) above calcareous shales of the Carmel formation, near the mouth of Everett Wash. Kane and Garfield counties, Utah. No date. The Judith River formation as it is exposed in the very much dissected area 1.5 miles south of Acton. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1916. Bonanza King Formation, in the upper part of Echo Canyon, is mostly dark-colored, massive, cavernous dolomite. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Extinct Soda Spring Basin. Caribou County, Idaho, 1871. Pleistocene formation on north border of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1923. View of Formation Spring, near Soda Springs. Caribou County, Idaho. 1910. Basal pillowed section of Purcell lava at Kootenai Peak. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1983. Channels filled with conglomerate at base. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 1967. General view of Eagle formation, Missouri River between Eagle Creek and Eagle Butte. Chouteau County, Montana. 1903. Spring Valley, Wyoming. 1903. Two types of refractory clayrock from the Van Bibber Shale Member of the South Platte Formation. Douglas County, Colorado. 1952. Filled channel at base of Lower Slope Esplanade Sandstone, Tuckup Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1971. Photomicrographs showing replacement of metamorphosed and a normal calcareous shale. Calcareous carbonaceous shale, from hanging wall, upper Red Wing Extension tunnel. Salt Lake County, Utah. 1900. Dolores formation on west side of Junction Creek, the white cliff at the top is Entrada sandstone. La Plata County, Colorado. Circa 1936. View of Formation Spring, near Soda Springs. Caribou County, Idaho. 1910. Extinct Soda Spring Basin. Caribou County, Idaho, 1871. Triceratops bones found near base of Lance formation in SE Sec. 20, T. 21 N., R. 23 E.; leg bones, length of long bone 26 inches. Corson County, South Dakota. 1909. Polished pebbles and cobbles from the mudstone unit of the Lakita Formation. Crook County, Wyoming. 1956. Exposure of Helena Formation and talus on Brown Pass Trail. Glacier National Park. Flathead County, Montana. 1981. Basal pillowed section of Purcell lava at Kootenai Peak. Glacier National Park, Montana. 1983. Thin bedded, friable Entrada sandstone (upper third of view) above calcareous shales of the Carmel formation, near the mouth of Everett Wash. Kane and Garfield counties, Utah. No date. The Judith River formation as it is exposed in the very much dissected area 1.5 miles south of Acton. Yellowstone County, Montana. 1916. General view of Eagle formation, Missouri River between Eagle Creek and Eagle Butte. Chouteau County, Montana. 1903. Pleistocene formation on north border of Palos Verdes Hills. Los Angeles County, California. 1923. Bonanza King Formation, in the upper part of Echo Canyon, is mostly dark-colored, massive, cavernous dolomite. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. View near mouth of Cottonwood Wash. San Juan County, Utah. 1929. Garlock fault in the El Paso Mountains, west of Searles Valley. San Bernardino County, California. Circa 1978. Filled channel at base of Lower Slope Esplanade Sandstone, Tuckup Canyon. Grand Canyon National Park, Mohave County, Arizona. 1971. Channels filled with conglomerate at base. Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona. 1967. Winsor formation in top of ridge near Cannonville, showing style of erosion and color banding. Garfield County, Utah. 1938. Spring Valley, Wyoming. 1903. Two types of refractory clayrock from the Van Bibber Shale Member of the South Platte Formation. Douglas County, Colorado. 1952.