Skip to main content
Advanced Search

Filters: Tags: Jefferson County, Colorado (X)

36 results (52ms)   

View Results as: JSON ATOM CSV
thumbnail
Creamy sandstone at Morrison, compare views of Lyons sandstone (lwt01770, lwt01771, or lwt01772) with which the creamy sandstone has been erroneously correlated. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1922. Plate 7-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927.
thumbnail
Characteristic exposure of the Dakota group in the Denver area, looking north in Dutch Creek gap. Us upper sandstone subunit; K, Kassler sandstone member; and P, Plainview sandstone member of South Platte formation. D, disconformity between Lytle (L) and South Platte formations, U, approximate Morrison-Lytle contact. Indian Hills quadrangle. Jefferson County, Colorado, ca. 1951. Published as figure 18 in U, S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 274-B. 1955.
thumbnail
Structural distress of a brick residence, caused by expansive soil. Golden. Jefferson County, Colorado. January 1971.
thumbnail
Album caption and index card: Rendezvous camp on Clear Creek, 4 miles northwest from Denver, a delightful spot, in the midst of a grove of cottonwoods, with great wide-spreading arms, resembling the eastern elm. The view is made in early spring, before the trees put forth their leaves. In this camp the members of the Survey collected to organize and equip for the season's campaign. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1873. Similar to W.H. Jackson photograph number 360, jwh00360, and W.H. Jackson photograph number 1345. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1873 Series, page 62, Nos. 1-3 caption, "Rendezvous...
thumbnail
Dakota sandstone at the fire clay pits south of Golden, Colorado. Showing three sandstones with intervening clay removed. Benton shale to left and Morrison Formation to right. A fault has offset the rocks in the foreground to the left. From above. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1916.
thumbnail
Characteristic exposure of base of main clay bed in the Van Bibber shale member of the South Platte formation. First key marker (Mb) rests on ripple-marked surface. Jefferson County, Colorado. ca. 1951. Published as figure 13 in U. S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 274-B. 1955.
thumbnail
Album caption: Distant view of Golden City. View from the foothills west of the city, looking east over the broad basaltic tables, flanking Clear Creek upon either side. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1872. Notes on album caption: None. Index card: Distant view of Golden City. View from the foothills west of the city, looking east over the broad basaltic tables, flanking Clear Creek upon either side. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1872. Descriptive Catalog of the Photographs of the United States Geological Survey of the Territories, W. H. Jackson, Photographer, Second Edition, Illustrated, 1872 Series, page 39, Nos. 372, 373: Golden City, Col. View from the foot-hills west of the city, looking east over the broad...
thumbnail
Platte Canyon. A view from the plains, looking up into the canyon, being the exit of the South Platte from the mountain range that separates South Park from the plains. A rugged, precipitous, and inaccessible gorge. Douglas and Jefferson Counties, Colorado. 1870.
thumbnail
Inocermaus Comancheanus and I. Bellvuensis in the South Platte Formation. Platy siltsone of the second shale Indian Hills quadrangle. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1952. Published as plate 4-A in U.S. Geological Survey Bulletin 1102. 1961.
thumbnail
Tilted strata of the Dakota exposed in I-70 road cut through Dakota hogback. From left to right: Ralston Creek and Morrison Formations overlaid by the Dakota Group consisting of the South Platte Formation and Lytle Formation. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1989.
thumbnail
Evaluating technologies and approaches to identify the movement of fine sediment over coarser substrate has implications for monitoring the condition of habitat restoration sites. This goal motivated testing the efficacy of Fiber Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing (FO-DTS) as a technique for detecting the migration of sand bedforms over coarser bed material. Experiments were conducted in a laboratory flume at the USGS Geomorphology and Sediment Transport Laboratory (GSTL) in Golden, Colorado. An approximately 20-meter length of fiber optic cable was placed in the flume. The first 5 meter segment of cable was buried in approximately 5 centimeters of gravel substrate and extended from the upstream (top) to the...
thumbnail
Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. One of the most grandest and most picturesque canyons of the many which cut the foothill range at right angles. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1872.
thumbnail
Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. One of the most grandest and most picturesque canyons of the many which cut the foothill range at right angles. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1872.
thumbnail
Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. One of the most grandest and most picturesque canyons of the many which cut the foothill range at rightangles. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1872.
thumbnail
Dakota hogback 3 miles south of Golden, showing fire clay 8 feet thick, plant bearing sandstone, 8 feet, fire clay 15 feet, plant bearing sandstone and shale. On the slope to the right are variegated beds correlated with the lower shale of the Dakota group at Bellvue and conglomeratic sandstone, which probably represents the lower sandstone of that section. The beds in the foreground are offset a few feet to the left by faulting, and at the crest of the ridge faulting duplicates them. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1922. Plate 32- A, with graphics, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 149. 1927. Plate 6-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 751-A. 1925.
thumbnail
Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. One of the most grandest and most picturesque canyons of the many which cut the foothill range at right angles. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1872.
thumbnail
Slide caption: Jefferson County, Colorado. n.d. Index card: Kelsh Plotter alternator close-up. Jefferson County, Colorado. n.d.
thumbnail
Rendezvous camp, on Clear Creek, four miles northwest from Denver, a delightful spot, in the midst of a grove of cottonwoods, with great wide-spreading arms, resembling the eastern elm. The view is made inearly spring, before the trees put forth their leaves. In this camp the members of the Survey collected to organize and equip for the season's campaign. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1873. Photo same as no.360
thumbnail
Album caption: Long bar with multiplex projectors. Photogrammetry, Topographic Division, U.S. Geological Survey. Denver, Colorado. 1955. No index card.


map background search result map search result map Distant view of Golden City, Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Platte Canyon. A view from the plains, looking up into the canyon, being the exit of the South Platte from the mountain range that separates South Park from the plains. Douglas and Jefferson Counties, Colorado. 1870. Rendezvous camp on Clear Creek. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1873. Rendezvous camp, on Clear Creek, four miles northwest from Denver, Jefferson County, Colorado. 1873. Dakota sandstone at the fire clay pits. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1916. Dakota hogback 3 miles south of Golden. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1922. Tilted strata of the Dakota exposed in I-70 road cut through Dakota hogback. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1989. Fossil footprint on the Dakota Sandstone in Jefferson County, Colorado. October 16, 1966. Characteristic exposure of base of main clay bed in the Van Bibber shale member of the South Platte formation. Jefferson County, Colorado. Circa 1951. Characteristic exposure of the Dakota group in the Denver area. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1951. Inocermaus Comancheanus and I. Bellvuensis in the South Platte Formation. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1952. Long bar with multiplex projectors. Denver, Colorado. 1955. Kelsh Plotter alternator. Jefferson County, Colorado. n.d. Data from a flume investigation using Fiber Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing (FO-DTS), U.S. Geological Survey Geomorphology and Sediment Transport Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, fall 2019 Data from a flume investigation using Fiber Optic Distributed Temperature Sensing (FO-DTS), U.S. Geological Survey Geomorphology and Sediment Transport Laboratory, Golden, Colorado, fall 2019 Rendezvous camp, on Clear Creek, four miles northwest from Denver, Jefferson County, Colorado. 1873. Dakota sandstone at the fire clay pits. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1916. Dakota hogback 3 miles south of Golden. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1922. Tilted strata of the Dakota exposed in I-70 road cut through Dakota hogback. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1989. Fossil footprint on the Dakota Sandstone in Jefferson County, Colorado. October 16, 1966. Characteristic exposure of base of main clay bed in the Van Bibber shale member of the South Platte formation. Jefferson County, Colorado. Circa 1951. Characteristic exposure of the Dakota group in the Denver area. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1951. Inocermaus Comancheanus and I. Bellvuensis in the South Platte Formation. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1952. Long bar with multiplex projectors. Denver, Colorado. 1955. Kelsh Plotter alternator. Jefferson County, Colorado. n.d. Distant view of Golden City, Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Clear Creek Canyon. The route of the Colorado Central Narrow Gauge Railroad to Blackhawk and Georgetown. Jefferson County, Colorado, 1872. Rendezvous camp on Clear Creek. Jefferson County, Colorado. 1873. Platte Canyon. A view from the plains, looking up into the canyon, being the exit of the South Platte from the mountain range that separates South Park from the plains. Douglas and Jefferson Counties, Colorado. 1870.