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Guatemala Earthquake 1976. Offset concrete patch shown in photo eib00153. Photo by R.C. Bucknam, April 18, 1976. Figure 6, page 16, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.9, no.2.
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India. Giant talus in the Himalaya foothills near Dehra Dun, Sahasradhara. 1964.
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Death Valley National Park, California. Crystal Spring Formation in Galena Canyon. View is northwest. Labeled photograph: quartzite member (Q); purple shale and thin-bedded dolomite (sd); diabase sill (di) with talcose beds (T) where the sill is in contact with dolomite; massive dolomite (do) at the top of the formation. In the distance is Noonday Dolomite (pCn) capped by Johnnie Formation (pcj). Circa 1960. Figure 7, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 494-A.
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Carving of Wasatch formation in the Pink Cliffs. View looking across head of Campbell Canyon toward Boat Mesa (upper left). Bryce Canyon National Park. Garfield County, Utah, n.d. (Photo by National Park Service) Published as figure 60 in U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 226. 1951.
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Kaiparowits Coal Basin, Utah. Petrified logs weathering from Petrified Forest Member of the Chinle Formation in the northwestern part of Circle Cliffs. Maximum log length is about 36 feet. 1979.
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Fossils. Prepared Priscacara fossil, a late early Eocene sunfish. The specimen is about 80 percent natural size. Collected from the Green River Formation 9 miles west of Kemmerer. Specimen prepared by W.R. Hansen. Lincoln County, Wyoming. July 1984.
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Death Valley National Park, California. The last big earthquake in Death Valley accompanied the faulting that produced this escarpment near the road just south of the Furnace Creek fan. The fault movement occurred about 2,000 years ago, and since that time the fault escarpment has been buried where it crossed the mouths of the canyons issuing from the Tertiary formations at the north end of the Black Mountains. Photo by J.R. Stacy, circa 1960. Figure 72, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 494-A. Sketch of photo.
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Tangshan, China, Earthquake July 28, 1976. The Chengli Bridge in Tangshan crumpled during the earthquake. Portion of Figure 3, page 108, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.11, no.3.
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Colorado National Monument, Colorado. Visitor center and the Saddlehorn, looking northwest across the canyon from Otto's Trail. Note thin-bedded bench of the Kayenta Formation separating cliffs of the Entrada Sandstone above the Wingate Sandstone below. The Saddlehorn is the remnant of the Entrada on the extreme right. Figure 50, U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1508.
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Fault in Mesaverde formation, 2 miles south of Carbonera. Garfield County, Colorado. 1906. Plate 2-B in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 371. 1909.
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Guatemala Earthquake 1976. Repaired offset irrigation canal that crossed a surface break of the Motagua fault. The concrete patch was made about mid- March. Left lateral offset of the fracture in the patched interval is shown by arrows. Photo by R.C. Bucknam, April 18, 1976. Figure 5, page 16, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.9, no.2. See also photo eib00154.
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Guatemala Earthquake 1976. Surface faulting formed during the Guatemala earthquake on the Motagua fault. Left lateral slip at this location was three-quarters of a meter. Photo by R.C. Bucknam. Published as the front cover, Earthquake Information Bulletin, v.9, no.2.


    map background search result map search result map Section of basalt shales and conglomerate of the Copper Canyon Formation in Lower Copper Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. 1956. Megabreccia in the Copper Canyon Formation in Copper Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. 1956. Carving of Wasatch formation in the Pink Cliffs. Bryce Canyon National Park. Garfield County, Utah. No date. Fossils. Prepared Priscacara fossil, a late early Eocene sunfish. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1984. Crystal Spring Formation in Galena Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. The last big earthquake in Death Valley accompanied the faulting that produced this escarpment near the road just south of the Furnace Creek fan. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Visitor center and the Saddlehorn, looking northwest across the canyon from Otto's Trail. Colorado National Monument, Colorado. No date. Fault in Mesaverde formation, 2 miles south of Carbonera. Garfield County, Colorado. 1906. Petrified logs weathering from Petrified Forest Member of the Chinle Formation in the northwestern part of Circle Cliffs. Kaiparowits Coal Basin, Utah. 1979. Visitor center and the Saddlehorn, looking northwest across the canyon from Otto's Trail. Colorado National Monument, Colorado. No date. Carving of Wasatch formation in the Pink Cliffs. Bryce Canyon National Park. Garfield County, Utah. No date. Fault in Mesaverde formation, 2 miles south of Carbonera. Garfield County, Colorado. 1906. Section of basalt shales and conglomerate of the Copper Canyon Formation in Lower Copper Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. 1956. Megabreccia in the Copper Canyon Formation in Copper Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. 1956. Crystal Spring Formation in Galena Canyon. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. The last big earthquake in Death Valley accompanied the faulting that produced this escarpment near the road just south of the Furnace Creek fan. Death Valley National Park, California. Circa 1960. Petrified logs weathering from Petrified Forest Member of the Chinle Formation in the northwestern part of Circle Cliffs. Kaiparowits Coal Basin, Utah. 1979. Fossils. Prepared Priscacara fossil, a late early Eocene sunfish. Lincoln County, Wyoming. 1984.