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Death Valley National Park, California. Furnace Creek Formation at the north end of the Black Mountains. View is southwest and west of Zabriskie Point, an overlook by Highway 190 about 3 miles up Furnace Creek Wash from Furnace Creek Inn. The base of the Furnace Creek Formation is at the topographic break between the badlands and the rougher, higher ground in the distance on the left. Light-colored playa beds about 2,500 feet thick extend to the base of a conglomerate which forms the dark cliff at the right. The beds are dipping to the right (north) into the Texas Spring Syncline. The center of the photograph looks west across Death Valley to the Panamint Range at Aguereberry Point; Tucki Mountain on the right....
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Assembly of dinosaur trackways in the Chacarilla Formation. Quebrada Chacarilla. Tarapaca Province, Chile. 1955. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1189, Figure 7. 1965.
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Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. Example of the extensive damage in La Molina District. This classroom and a laboratory building at the Agrarian University partially collapsed. 1974. Pages 6-7, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.7, no.2.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Fractured cobble conglomerate in the Titus Canyon(?) Formation of Stock and Bode (1935). The fractures extend through the cobbles, and some cross from one cobble to another. They are oriented at right angles to the bedding, which approximately parallels the elongation of the cobbles. Displacements along the fractures are mostly less than a quarter of an inch. Circa 1960. Figure 41, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 494-A.
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Index card: In Marble Canyon at 27 Mile Rapids. Channel in erosion surface at top of Lower Slope Unit (Watahomigi Formation) in Supai Group, at base of Manakacha cliff unit. Woman at left for scale. Grand Canyon National Park. Coconino County, Arizona. 1967. (Similar to E.D. McKee no. 330). Similar to black and white photograph published as Figure H3-B, U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 1173.
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Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. Columnar jointing in greenstone. Large column along the Appalachian Trail about 200 feet south of Little Stony Man parking area. The column is cut by cleavage which dips east, away from the observer. The segment of the coluiai above each cleavage plane is offset westward from the segment beneath as a result of movement during formation of the cleavage. Column is approximately 2 feet in diameter. Figure 9 (right), U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1265.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Thin-bedded middle member of the Bonanza King Formation on the north side of Trail Canyon. View is north. This member, about 600 feet thick, forms a distinctive unit separating massive thick-bedded dolomite comprising the upper and lower members of the formation. Circa 1960. Figure 22, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 494-A.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Ovaloid brachiopods may be found in light tan, shaly and sandy beds that occur near the middle of the Bonanza King Formation. With the brachiopods are fragments of trilobites. Circa 1960.
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Album caption and index card: The Wescogame Formation in Grand Canyon. A, Large-scale tabular-planar cross-strata at top of cliff unit; slope unit above and main cliff of Esplanade Sandstone beyond; Thunder River Trail. Grand Canyon National Park. Coconino County, Arizona. n.d. Published as Figure C7-A in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1173. 1982.
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Specimens showing injection gneiss formed by intimate intrusion of quartz biotite schist of the Idaho Springs formation by granite pegmatite; taken from dump of Golden Rod tunnel, Silver Creek. Gilpin County, Colorado. Circa 1911. Plate 10-B, natural size, in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 94. 1917.


    map background search result map search result map Specimens showing injection gneiss formed by intimate intrusion of quartz biotite schist of the Idaho Springs formation by granite pegmatite.  Gilpin County, Colorado. Circa 1911. Assembly of dinosaur trackways in the Chacarilla Formation. Quebrada Chacarilla. Tarapaca Province, Chile. 1955. Mudflow beds in the Copper Canyon Formation in the south fork of Copper Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. 1956. Example of the extensive damage in La Molina District. Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. Thin-bedded middle member of the Bonanza King Formation on the north side of Trail Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Fractured cobble conglomerate in the Titus Canyon(?) Formation of Stock and Bode (1935). Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Ovaloid brachiopods may be found in light tan, shaly and sandy beds that occur near the middle of the Bonanza King Formation. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Furnace Creek Formation at the north end of the Black Mountains. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Formation at the top of Frozen Niagara. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. 1925. Channels on erosion surfaces within the Manakacha Formation. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. 1967. Wescogame Formation on Thunder River Trail. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. No date. Columnar jointing in greenstone. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. No date. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. Formation at the top of Frozen Niagara. Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky. 1925. Specimens showing injection gneiss formed by intimate intrusion of quartz biotite schist of the Idaho Springs formation by granite pegmatite.  Gilpin County, Colorado. Circa 1911. Columnar jointing in greenstone. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. No date. Mudflow beds in the Copper Canyon Formation in the south fork of Copper Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. 1956. Thin-bedded middle member of the Bonanza King Formation on the north side of Trail Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Fractured cobble conglomerate in the Titus Canyon(?) Formation of Stock and Bode (1935). Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Ovaloid brachiopods may be found in light tan, shaly and sandy beds that occur near the middle of the Bonanza King Formation. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Furnace Creek Formation at the north end of the Black Mountains. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Channels on erosion surfaces within the Manakacha Formation. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. 1967. Wescogame Formation on Thunder River Trail. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. No date. Example of the extensive damage in La Molina District. Peru Earthquake October 3, 1974. Assembly of dinosaur trackways in the Chacarilla Formation. Quebrada Chacarilla. Tarapaca Province, Chile. 1955.