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Contact between Cretaceous shales and overlying sandstone east side of Table Mountain. Fossils collected in shale below sandstone. (See Rich's notebook on field relations.) T. 22 N., R. 102 W. Almond quadrangle. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 1907.
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Irregularly bedded sand and clay of the Woodbine sand in road cut leading down to the lower ferry at Arthurs Bluff, Red River; most of the fossil leaves from this locality described by E.W. Berry were obtained in the lower part of the section shown in the picture. Lamar County, Texas. 1924. Plate 25-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 154. 1929.
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Main Chico ridge just east of the village of Sites showing horizon of fossils collected at Paterson. The distant hill is continuation of same ridge on Paterson ranch. Colusa County, California. September 16, 1900.
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Microfossil of the oil shale of the Green River formation: Triangular pollen with very large apertures. Colorado or Utah. 1925. Plate 25, figure 2, U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 168. 1931.
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Piltdown Man (Osborn). Figure 71 from unidentified source. 1916.
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Large concretions with fossil band on periphery, in Chemung formation, Rosstown. Chemung County, New York. 1909. Figure 21 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 169. 1909.
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Washington County, Utah. Contact of fossillferous Kaibab (base) and fessiliferous Moenkopi (top), Isom Wash. Exact contact not place. 1939
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Ulrich fish quarry at Fossil, Wyoming, 9 miles west of Kemmerer. Visited by party of Senator Malcolm Wallop of Wyoming. Shirley Ulrich at center of picture. Senator Wallop behind Mrs. Ulrich in rust-colored anorak. Lincoln County, Wyoming. July 1984.
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Ridge near Iron Mountain, where Chugwater Creek cuts the Dakota hogback: Showing the upper sandstone; the middle shale, which is fossiliferous near the top; and the middle sandstone. Sweetwater County, Wyoming. 1921. Plate 1-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 751. 1925.
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Album Caption: Oil shale of the Green River formation. Locality O. Specimen a, Box No.II, slide No. 9. Place on the slide, 18/46. Magnification, x430. Date of photograph, January 1914. Subject, group of filaments and spores. (Thenamopedium?) Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 168, Plate 20, figure 5. 1931.
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Hadrasaurus, Lance Age. Restoration by C.W. Gilmore. 1916.
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Microfossil of the oil shale of the Green River formation: spore similar to the conidia of Brachysporium sp. Colorado or Utah. 1925. Plate 20, figure 7, U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 168. 1931.
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Album Caption: Oil shale of the Green River formation. Locality O. Specimen a, Box No.V, Slide No. 16. Place on the slide, ?. Magnification, x215. Subject, filaments, spores, etc. Published in U.S. Geological Survey Professional paper 168, Plate 22, figure 4. 1931.
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Outcrops of quartzitic sandstone and fossiliferous ferruginous sandstone: Upper surface if quartzitic sandstone in lower part of Wilcox group in a field near the highway, 3 miles southwest of Sulphur Springs, Hopkins County, Texas. Circa 1942. Plate 5-C, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 243. 1952.
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Glacier National Park, Montana. Boulder Glacier and the cirque wall at the head of Bowman Valley, viewed from the east wall of the cirque above Hole-in- the-Wall Falls. Boulder Glacier with Kintla Peak towering back of it on the extreme left (photo awc00699). Boundary Mountain in the center (photo awc00698). Great cirque wall above North Lake on the right (photo awc00697). August 4, 1913. Plate 12-B, U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 600. Photos awc00697, awc00698, awc00699 form a panorama.
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Quarry one mile west of Elmhurst where Devonian fossils were found. The small triangular mass in left center of the picture, to the left of the geologic hammer, is filled with Devonian fossils. It is inclosed in Niagara limestone 18 feet below the surface. DuPage County, Illinois. 1901. Figure 16 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 81. 1902.
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Fossils. Metasequoia occidentalis (Newberry) Chaney, fossil from tuffaceous sandstones of the Gerome andesite. Found in the Northwest Uranium Mine in Stevens County, Washington. 1957.
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Album caption: Species and genera of Tertiary Noetinae. n.d. (Photo by F.S. MacNeil). Published as Plate 3 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 189-A. 1937.
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Album caption: Plate 4. Fossil pollen and alga from Buckbean fen core. x 1,054. Figure 1. 1a. High focus, to 1e, midfocus. Oxyria type pollen; 850-cm depth. Figure 2. 2a. High focus, to 2c, midfocus. Rumex pollen; 920-cm depth. Figure 3. 3a. Equatorial view. 3b. Polar view. Potentilla palustris pollen; 0-cm depth. Figure 4. 4a. High focus. 4b. Slightly lower focus. Populus pollen; 842-cm depth. Figure 5. 5a. High focus, to 5c, midfocus. Salix pollen; 900-cm depth. Figure 6. Pediastrum, a green alga; 920-cm depth. Index card: Late Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake basin. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. n.d. Published as Plates 1-10, U.S. Geological Survey. Professional Paper...


map background search result map search result map Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake Basin. Fossil pollen and alga from Buckbean fen core. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date. Fossil fern from Hermit Shale along Kaibab Trail. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. n.d. Fossil fern from Hermit Shale along Kaibab Trail. Grand Canyon National Park, Coconino County, Arizona. n.d. Quaternary vegetation history of the Yellowstone Lake Basin. Fossil pollen and alga from Buckbean fen core. Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. No date.