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Kane Co., Utah Averett Wash at place where it crosses the Carmel, Entrada, and Curtis formations and descends into Navajo Sandstone (Background). 1940.
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Kane Co., Utah. Gypsum on Curtis Formation (Top) Overlying Entrada Sandstone. Gypsum Wash. 1940.
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Album caption: Angular chert pebbles embedded in basal stratum of Page Sandstone. The angularity of the pebbles, indicating a nearby source, and position high on the flank of the buried hill of Navajo Sandstone shown in figure 27, indicate that they could only have come from the top of that hill. Presumably the hill was originally capped with a cherty limestone bed similar to the one in the Navajo Sandstone shown in figure 5, and the pebbles were derived from it by weathering processes early in the depsitional history of the Page Sandstone. Scale on pick head is in inches; the surfac eto the right of the pick was brushed clean of all loose debris before the photo was taken. Cave Point area in the NW 1/4 Sec. 35,...
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Album caption and index card: Type locality of John Henry Member. View is toward the west across Smoky Hollow up small tributary canyon. Kane County, Utah. ca. 1966. Published as figure 8 in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 1274-J. 1969.
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Carmel formation (center) and higher Jurassic and Cretaceous beds (background) separated by Sevier fault. Flume Canyon. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Published as figure 54 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 220. 1950.
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Upper part of Chinle formation. "Marls" in foreground. Kanab, Kane County, Utah. 1936.
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Glen Canyon west of Kane Creek; monuments and buttes of hard sandstone (Entrada, Summerville, and Morrison formations) on a broad bench formed by erosion of weak strata (Carmel formation) overlying hard sandstone (Navajo). Kane County, Utah. 1921. Plate 22-A, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 164. 1931.
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Album caption: Good exposures of interbedded lithologies in lower part of upper member of Carmel Formation (Jcau) about 50 km southeast of Escalante, Utah. The cliff is about 15 m high and contains, in ascending order, a thin basal stratum of light-red sandstone overlain by laminated red mudstone and gray gypsum; irregularly thin bedded to thick bedded red sandstone, silty sand-sandstone, and mudstone in the middle; and a capping bed of white sandstone. The irregular, lenticular, and somewhat contorted bedding in the middle is fairly common in the member. The pack in the lower right rests on the uppermost part of the Page Sandstone (Jp). Looking southeast across a small tributary of Big Hollow Wash in the SE 1/4...
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Burr Trail road in gap in Waterpocket Fold. Beds dipping steeply east. Looking down and eastward. Circle Cliffs region. Kane and Garfield Counties, Utah. 1953.
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State Utah, County Kane. Date: 1922. Wall of White Rock aulch (tributary to Wahweap). "Sentinel" (Entrada?) sandstone.
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Bald Knoll, source of lava flow in Johnson Valley. Kane County, Utah. 1909. Figure 34 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 226. 1951.
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Album caption and index card: Type locality of Drip Tank Member. View is toward the north across Drip Tank Canyon. Kane County, Utah. ca. 1966. Published as figure 9 in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 1274-J. 1969.
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Looking south along Paria River from the month of Shurtz Gorge. Navajo Sandstone in East Kaibab Monocline is overlaid with decreasing dips by upper Jurassic (banked against the Navajo) Dakota and Tropic (foreground and left Skyline) erosion surface (middle distance) bevels upturned Rocks. Kane County, Utah. 1944.
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Ledge of massive sandstone in the Carmel formation bout 150 feet above the base: on the Paria River 6 miles below Cannonville. Kane County, Utah. 1930. Plate 16-A, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 183. 1936.
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Kane County, Utah. 1944. Looking south (Up Dip) down the Paria River, which has widened its floor and dissected its borders in upper Jurassic Rocks (foreground) and cut a deep narrow Canyon in the Navajo Sandstone. Site of the Abandoned Adairville. 1944.
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San Rafael group and Winsor formation, east wall of Meadow Creek Canyon. Carmel, Entrada, Curtis, Winsor, Navajo in bed of canyon. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Published as figure 53 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 220. 1950.


map background search result map search result map Ledge of massive sandstone in the Carmel formation about 150 feet above the base. Kane County, Utah. 1930 Upper part of Chinle formation. Kanab, Kane County, Utah. 1936. Winsor formation banded sandstone, Dakota at top. Muddy Brook. Kane County, Utah. 1938. San Rafael group and Winsor formation, east wall of Meadow Creek Canyon. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Carmel formation (center) and higher Jurassic and Cretaceous beds (background) separated by Sevier fault. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Another view of Winsor formation, Winsor Cove. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Averett Wash at place where it crosses the Carmel, Entrada, and Curtis formations. Kane County, Utah. 1940. Gypsum on Curtis Formation Overlying Entrada Sandstone. Kane County, Utah. 1940. Pink Cliffs. Kane County, Utah. circa 1870s. Glen Canyon west of Kane Creek; monuments and buttes of hard sandstone (Entrada, Summerville, and Morrison formations. Kane County, Utah. 1921. Bald Knoll, source of lava flow in Johnson Valley. Kane County, Utah. 1909. Type locality of John Henry Member, Kane County, Utah. circa 1966. Type locality of Drip Tank Member, Kane County, Utah. circa 1966. Good exposures of interbedded lithologies in lower part of upper member of Carmel Formation, Kane County, Utah. circa 1975. Angular chert pebbles embedded in basal stratum of Page Sandstone, Kane County, Utah. circa 1975. Pink Cliffs. Kane County, Utah. circa 1870s. Ledge of massive sandstone in the Carmel formation about 150 feet above the base. Kane County, Utah. 1930 Upper part of Chinle formation. Kanab, Kane County, Utah. 1936. Winsor formation banded sandstone, Dakota at top. Muddy Brook. Kane County, Utah. 1938. San Rafael group and Winsor formation, east wall of Meadow Creek Canyon. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Carmel formation (center) and higher Jurassic and Cretaceous beds (background) separated by Sevier fault. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Another view of Winsor formation, Winsor Cove. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Averett Wash at place where it crosses the Carmel, Entrada, and Curtis formations. Kane County, Utah. 1940. Gypsum on Curtis Formation Overlying Entrada Sandstone. Kane County, Utah. 1940. Pink Cliffs. Kane County, Utah. circa 1870s. Glen Canyon west of Kane Creek; monuments and buttes of hard sandstone (Entrada, Summerville, and Morrison formations. Kane County, Utah. 1921. Bald Knoll, source of lava flow in Johnson Valley. Kane County, Utah. 1909. Type locality of John Henry Member, Kane County, Utah. circa 1966. Type locality of Drip Tank Member, Kane County, Utah. circa 1966. Good exposures of interbedded lithologies in lower part of upper member of Carmel Formation, Kane County, Utah. circa 1975. Angular chert pebbles embedded in basal stratum of Page Sandstone, Kane County, Utah. circa 1975. Pink Cliffs. Kane County, Utah. circa 1870s.