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Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis; looking east across Big Horn River and the terraces of travertine to the "Red Beds' which are inclined southward on the flank of a sharp anticline whose apex lies to the left. From this anticline 18,600,000 gallons of sulphur water issues every 24 hours, having a temperature of 135 degrees F, and carrying calcium carbonate and other mineral matter in solution. In the distance in order from left to right, are the older Chugwater red beds, the Alcova marine limestone, gypsum and shale of the upper part of the Chugwater, the marine Sundance formation, (the basal sandstone is absent here), the Morrison formation and the sandstone correlated with the lower sandstone...
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Beds of the upper part of the Fort Union formation and lower part of the Wasatch formation exposed in the ravine that cuts through Blue Ridge in sec. 5, T. 46 N., R. 97 W. The conspicuous bed near the middle of the section is the massive conglomerate that forms the base of the Wasatch in this region. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. September 29, 1913. Plate 16 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 145. 1926.
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Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis; looking east across Big Horn River and the terraces of travertine to the "Red Beds' which are inclined southward on the flank of a sharp anticline whose apex lies to the left. From this anticline 18,600,000 gallons of sulphur water issues every 24 hours, having a temperature of 135 degrees F, and carrying calcium carbonate and other mineral matter in solution. In the distance in order from left to right, are the older Chugwater red beds, the Alcova marine limestone, gypsum and shale of the upper part of the Chugwater, the marine Sundance formation, (the basal sandstone is absent here), the Morrison formation and the sandstone correlated with the lower sandstone...
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Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis; looking east across Big Horn River and the terraces of travertine to the "Red Beds' which are inclined southward on the flank of a sharp anticline whose apex lies to the left. From this anticline 18,600,000 gallons of sulphur water issues every 24 hours, having a temperature of 135 degrees F, and carrying calcium carbonate and other mineral matter in solution. In the distance in order from left to right, are the older Chugwater red beds, the Alcova marine limestone, gypsum and shale of the upper part of the Chugwater, the marine Sundance formation, (the basal sandstone is absent here), the Morrison formation and the sandstone correlated with the lower sandstone...
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Basal sandstone and coal-bearing portion of the Mesaverde formation at north end of Grass Creek basin: sec. 5, T. 46 N., R. 98 W. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. September 11, 1912. Plate 7-D in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 145. 1926.
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Upper part of the Meeteetse formation and lower part of the Lance formation along escarpment of north side of Prospect Creek: T.45 N., R. 99W. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. September 11, 1913. Plate 10-C in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 145. 1926.
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Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis; looking east across Big Horn River and the terraces of travertine to the "Red Beds' which are inclined southward on the flank of a sharp anticline whose apex lies to the left. From this anticline 18,600,000 gallons of sulphur water issues every 24 hours, having a temperature of 135 degrees F, and carrying calcium carbonate and other mineral matter in solution. In the distance in order from left to right, are the older Chugwater red beds, the Alcova marine limestone, gypsum and shale of the upper part of the Chugwater, the marine Sundance formation, (the basal sandstone is absent here), the Morrison formation and the sandstone correlated with the lower sandstone...
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Massive sandstone of the Lance formation unconformably overlain by gravel of the Wasatch formation at the head of Iron Creek: sec. 8, T. 47 N., R. 100 W. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1912. Plate 10-D in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 145. 1926.
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Soft sand and clay of the upper part of the Lance formation overlain by the basal sandstone of the Fort Union formation half a mile northwest of Gwynn's Ranch: T. 46 N., R. 97 W. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. September 27, 1913. Plate 12-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 145. 1926.
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Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis, the sagebrush slope in the foreground is formed in the soft gypsiferous shale beneath the Chugwater red beds; halfway up the bluff at the left is a massive red sandstone with shaly beds above and below; still higher is the Alcova limestone, to thin to appear prominent at this distance, and the upper gypsiferous beds. Near the center (photo lwt2292b) in the distance are the Sundance and Morrison formations, capped by Cloverly sandstone, which appears at the skyline. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Plate 20-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927.
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Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis, the sagebrush slope in the foreground is formed in the soft gypsiferous shale beneath the Chugwater red beds; halfway up the bluff at the left is a massive red sandstone with shaly beds above and below; still higher is the Alcova limestone, to thin to appear prominent at this distance, and the upper gypsiferous beds. Near the center (photo lwt2292b) in the distance are the Sundance and Morrison formations, capped by Cloverly sandstone, which appears at the skyline. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Plate 20-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927.
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Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis; looking east across Big Horn River and the terraces of travertine to the "Red Beds' which are inclined southward on the flank of a sharp anticline whose apex lies to the left. From this anticline 18,600,000 gallons of sulphur water issues every 24 hours, having a temperature of 135 degrees F, and carrying calcium carbonate and other mineral matter in solution. In the distance in order from left to right, are the older Chugwater red beds, the Alcova marine limestone, gypsum and shale of the upper part of the Chugwater, the marine Sundance formation, (the basal sandstone is absent here), the Morrison formation and the sandstone correlated with the lower sandstone...
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Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis, the sagebrush slope in the foreground is formed in the soft gypsiferous shale beneath the Chugwater red beds; halfway up the bluff at the left is a massive red sandstone with shaly beds above and below; still higher is the Alcova limestone, to thin to appear prominent at this distance, and the upper gypsiferous beds. Near the center (photo lwt2292b) in the distance are the Sundance and Morrison formations, capped by Cloverly sandstone, which appears at the skyline. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Plate 20-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927.


    map background search result map search result map Massive sandstone of the Lance formation unconformably overlain by gravel of the Wasatch formation at the head of Iron Creek. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1912. Basal sandstone and coal-bearing portion of the Mesaverde formation at north end of Grass Creek basin. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1912. Upper part of the Meeteetse formation and lower part of the Lance formation along escarpment of north side of Prospect Creek. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1913. Soft sand and clay of the upper part of the Lance formation overlain by the basal sandstone of the Fort Union formation. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1913. Beds of the upper part of the Fort Union formation and lower part of the Wasatch formation exposed in the ravine. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1913. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922 Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Massive sandstone of the Lance formation unconformably overlain by gravel of the Wasatch formation at the head of Iron Creek. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1912. Basal sandstone and coal-bearing portion of the Mesaverde formation at north end of Grass Creek basin. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1912. Upper part of the Meeteetse formation and lower part of the Lance formation along escarpment of north side of Prospect Creek. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1913. Soft sand and clay of the upper part of the Lance formation overlain by the basal sandstone of the Fort Union formation. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1913. Beds of the upper part of the Fort Union formation and lower part of the Wasatch formation exposed in the ravine. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1913. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922 Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Form a panorama of Big Horn Hot Spring, Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922. Red Beds about 10 miles southeast of Thermopolis. Hot Springs County, Wyoming. 1922.