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Album caption: View northward up Zion Canyon, south western Utah. From base of rock cliffs on east wall 700 feel above the canyon bottom, about two miles above Springdale. Washington County, Utah. Index card: View N. up Zion Canyon (Scenic). Zion National Park. 1910. See also anr00241 and anr00242.
In the mostly arid Southwestern United States, water availability (hydrology – a key fish habitat process), wildfires, and grazing intensity are important disturbances that are known to have major, negative effects on fish habitats. While this assessment indicated that many of the streams in this region are in good condition, a number of key habitat variables (i.e. water availability, wildlife frequency and intensity, and grazing intensity) could not be directly included in this assessment because national datasets of these disturbances and their measured variable are unavailable. Their absence from this assessment, along with absences of other disturbances, has likely produced an overestimation of habitat condition...
This file contains the polygon SDE Feature Class for Federal Fluid Minerals(Oil and Gas) for the Bureau of Land Management(BLM)Montana/Dakotas. Federal Fluid Minerals as well as Federal Lease status and Indian Minerals/Leases are included. Plat maps are used to find federal mineral ownership and the Bureau of Land Management's LR2000 database is used to find current leasing status.
Synthesis of USGS and other data sources to represent undiscovered oil and gas resources for the State of Montana. Prepared by Karen Jenni, USGS (firstname.lastname@example.org). These datasets were prepared by Karen Jenni (email@example.com) for the purposes of this presentation. See below for data provenance and analysis details. Undiscovered Resources by Province Total undiscovered resources by USGS “Province,” displayed in millions of barrels of oil equivalent (BOE). Province and AU boundaries were downloaded from the National Oil and Gas Assessment web page: http://energy.usgs.gov/OilGas/AssessmentsData/NationalOilGasAssessment.aspx#.V3WTg_krIUG Below are the links for each province. To get the province and AU boundaries:...
Intracoelomic implantation of electronic tags has become a common method in fishery research, but rarely are fish examined by scientists after release to understand the extent that surgical incisions have healed. Walleye (Sander vitreus) are a valuable, highly-exploited fishery resource in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Here, fishery capture of walleye with internal acoustic transmitters combined with a high reward program provided multiple opportunities to examine photographs and quantify the status of surgical incisions. Walleye (n=926) from reef and river spawning populations in Lake Erie and Lake Huron were implanted with acoustic transmitters during spring spawning events from 2011 to 2016. Incisions were closed...
Album caption: Geo. R. Davis, Topographer on summit of Mount Whitney, California, 1905, Mount Whitney quadrangle, picutre by F. Ryan. Index card: Topographer triangulating from Mt. Whitney. Inyo County, California. 1905.
Album caption and index card: Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado, picture by the Union Pacific Railroad, 1913, Mount Ypsilon, which, with Hague's Peak and Flat Top, form sentinels standing just within the crooked arm of the Continental Divide. Ypsilon is 13,500 feet high, while Hague is 13,382 and two miles north. Note: Whenever this photograph is reproduced, it must have state immediately beneath the reproduction: "Courtesy of the Union Pacific Railroad." Handwritten notes on album caption: Long's Peak quad, Larimer County, Colo.
Album caption: Mescalero Indian Reservation, New Mexico. Triangulation signal Sierra Blanca White Mtn., N. Mex. 12,000 ft. above sea level. Picture by Van. H. Manning, 1909. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mescalero quad., Otero County, N.M. Index card: Triangulation monument on Sierra Blanca. Otero County, New Mexico. 1909.
Album caption: Stone cabin. Big Creek. No index card available.
Eighth century monument, Stela F, ancient Maya archaeological site of Quirigua. Rio Motagua Valley, Guatemala. 1922.
Album caption: Stela F. One of the most distinctive of the stela at Quirigua. It projects 24 feet above the ground. This is the south face and the glyphs are perhaps the most beautifully carved of any among the Maya inscriptions. An unusual feature of this stela is that it has two dates - A.D. 1761 and A.D. 724 which is likely a leap year correction. While Stela F. is one of the tallest here it is not the tallest. Stela E. is the tallest. It is 35 feet long by 5 feet wide and 4 feet thick. It projects 26 feet 6 inches above ground and weights 65 tons. It is the largest piece of stone every quarried by the Maya. Guatemala. 1922. No index card. The Ruins of Quirigua, Guatemala - This Maya archeological site is...
Album caption: Scenes along the Horton Line and Paper Co. Spruce Knob quandrangle Oct. 1921. No index card.
Album caption: Travertine Canyon. Enlargement of Kolb's photo 15-110. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mohave County, Arizona; Grand Canyon 110. No index card.
Album caption: Looking up Lava Cliff Rapids. Enlargement of L.R. Freeman's photo V-6. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mohave County, Arizona; Grand Canyon 405. No index card.
Album caption: Looking upstream at West Portal, Grand Canyon. Enlargement of E.C. Kolb's photo 18-136. 1923. Handwritten notes on album caption: Mohave County, Arizona; Grand Canyon no. 136. No index card.
Album caption: A rural scene near Circleville. A Virginia split rail fence is in the foreground. October 1921. No index card.
Album caption: Scenes near Celina on the Cumberland River. Dec 1921. No index card available.
Album caption: Multonomah Falls on the Columbia River Highway near Portland. Total fall 620 feet. No index card.
Album caption: Snake River Canyon. Rock slide, Oregon side, at Buck Creek. Mile 113, Oregon. 1920. No index card.
Album caption: Middle Fork American River, Calif., view at mouth of Dardanelles Canyon, picture by T.P. Pendleton, assitant topographer, when making profile survey, 1912. Handwritten notes on album caption: Colfax quad, Calif., Placer County. Index card: Gold dredge at mouth of Dardanelles Canyon. Placer County, California. 1912.
Album caption: Laguna Condado in San Juan. Fort San Geronimo is in the left center near the break in the shoreline. No index card.