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Death Valley National Park, California. Tubular orifices in the fine sediments at Salt Springs near the north side of Borax Camp allow discharge of water to the valley floor. Light areas are accumulations of salts from previous discharges. Circa 1960. Figure 10, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 494-B.
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This is a collection of Alaska photographs taken by James F. Seitz in 1950 using a 9X12 centimeter camera.. Displayed is photograph number 7 in Tarr Inlet, Margerie Glacier on left, Grand Pacific Glacier taken in 1950.
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Album caption: View up hanging valley of Woodbine Creek from the high-level till deposit at 6800 +/- [feet] at top. Beartooth Mountains, Stillwater County, Montana. July 18, 1924.
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Panorama with Images 379, 380, and 382. View south and east from north end of Skyline Rim (Ferron sandstone scarp). Wayne County, Utah. 1935.
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Panorama with Images 518 and 519. View north and northeast across Cedar Creek. Wayne County, Utah. September, 1936.
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Album caption: General view of canyon wall near Camp Wylie. Red Kanab sandstone below and white Colob sandstone above. Utah.
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Panorama with Image 458. Morning of July 10. Small flood falling into box canyon at Bert Avery Seep. Normally no water flows here except for a small seep from under the sandstone (Ferron). Wayne County, Utah. July, 1936.
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Panorama with Image 479. Horseshoe Ridge. The cliff is porphyry at the base of the Horseshoe laccolith. The floor is exposed at several places along this cliff and can be seen in the picture at the extreme left. Wayne County, Utah. July, 1936.
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Album caption: Kanab sandstone. Walls about 2000 feet. Zion Canyon. Utah. Index card: Canyon walls 2,000 feet high. Zion National Park.
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Panorama with Image 546. View west across Bull Creek, taken at Flag Lee. The ridge spotted with snow is the North Summit Ridge of Mount Ellen. Ellen Peak is the conical hill to the right. Garfield County, Utah. May, 1937.
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Transitional contact between Ferron sandstone and underlying Mancos shale. Rabbit brush along creek. View is east across mouth of creek draining Blue Basin dome. Wayne County, Utah. July, 1936.
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Panorama with Image 613. View north across Corral Creek. Ferron sandstone occurs on ridge at right and Dakota sandstone occurs with sill on middle ridge. Garfield County, Utah. July, 1937.
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Panorama with Image 634. View north along west side of the Horn to Mount Ellen. The central stock and adjacent shatter zone from highland of Mount Ellen. Ridges sloping from foot of highland and laccolithic. South Creek Ridge (a laccolith) at left. Garfield County, Utah. August, 1937.
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Greasewood mound on alluvium near the Muddy River upward from the tip of the hammer handle is wind blown material derived from the alluvium. From the tip down is bedded alluvium. Evidently, the alluvium surface has been lowered, probably by deflation. Wayne County, Utah. 1935.
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Survey camp by Four Mile Creek, between Mounts Holmes and Ellsworth. This camp accessible only by pack train consisted of tent to house equipment and supplies. Members of the party slept outside on the ground. Garfield County, Utah. April, 1936.
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Scarp of laminated Summerville beds capped by Morrison conglomerate and Gypsum. North side of Fremont River by Hanksville Bridge. The flood plain of the Fremont shows in foreground. Wayne County, Utah. September, 1936.
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View southwest from head of Arches Canyon. Mount Hillers had a bright rainbow in front of Bulldog Peak when this was taken. Nimbus clouds between Arches Canyon and the mountain. Garfield County, Utah. September, 1937.
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Ferron sandstone (right) and porphyry (left) may be separated by vertical contact trending directly down center of picture or porphyry may be sill on Ferron. Garfield County, Utah. July, 1937.
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Album caption: Vertical aerial view of construction site in the Lutes Run basin. Approximate scale 1:22,800. Montgomery County, Maryland. March 16, 1964. (Graphics on published photo only) Portion published as figure 22-A in U. S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 1003. 1978.
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Long Island, New York. Lake Surprise in a kettlehole of the Harbor Hill moraine 1 1/2 miles south of Manhassett. Oyster Bay quadrangle. Nassau County, New York. October 21, 1917.


map background search result map search result map Death Valley National Park, California. Tubular orifices in the fine sediments at Salt Springs near the north side of Borax Camp allow discharge of water to the valley floor.  Circa 1960. Kanab sandstone, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park. Utah. No Date. Vertical aerial view of construction site in the Lutes Run basin. Montgomery County, Maryland. 1964. Kanab sandstone, Zion Canyon, Zion National Park. Utah. No Date. Vertical aerial view of construction site in the Lutes Run basin. Montgomery County, Maryland. 1964. Death Valley National Park, California. Tubular orifices in the fine sediments at Salt Springs near the north side of Borax Camp allow discharge of water to the valley floor.  Circa 1960.