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The WyGISC Imagery Server provides access to the most recent aerial photography 2009 true-color NAIP and all previous aerial photography collected, i.e. 2006, 2000, and 1994, Additionally access is provided for all series (i.e. 1:24,000, 1:100,000, and 1:250,000) of Digital Raster Graphics (scanned topographic maps) for Wyoming, including both collared and clipped images.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 1/1/2001 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Potter, Paul Format: TIF Size (MB): 8.99 Pixel Dimensions: 2112 x 1486 Description: Looking east at silicified, reddish brown brecia in a dike in the Mississippi Mill Kob Limestone Member of the Slade Formation along KY 1274 about 200 ft south of its junction with Petite Lane in Rowan Co.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 1/1/2001 Category: photo_scene Source: Potter, Paul Format: TIF Size (MB): 6.11 Pixel Dimensions: 1798 x 1186 Description: Open, shallow valley at boundary between inner and outer Bluegrass as seen looking north from the AA Highway at mile 16, Nicholas Co., KY.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Frankfort in Winter, 2008 Image Date: 1/20/2008 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.62 Pixel Dimensions: 6296 x 1329 Description: Panoramic view of Frankfort from the Frankfort Cemetery.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Crossbedding (detail) Image Date: 6/23/2007 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.48 Pixel Dimensions: 1536 x 2048 Description: Sedimentary features etched by differential weathering
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Crossbedding (detail) Image Date: 6/23/2007 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.56 Pixel Dimensions: 2048 x 1536 Description: Crossbedding indicates the direction and energy of the flowing water when these rocks were deposited. Note that different layers have different crossbedding directions often referred to as a 'herring bone' pattern.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Flow roll (thin layer at top) Image Date: 6/23/2007 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Nuttall, Brandon Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.48 Pixel Dimensions: 2048 x 1536 Description: A disturbed zone (flow roll, seismite) is exposed near the top of this rock wall. Location not in Ettensohn guidebook.
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Author: Christenson, G. ; Original publication identification/number:
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Cumberland Mountain Hogbacks Image Date: 1/1/1984 Category: photo_aerial Source: Davis, Billy Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.79 Pixel Dimensions: 2764 x 2012 Description: Aerial view southeastward toward Cumberland Mountain. Shows hogback features formed by dipping Pennsylvania sandstones. Cranks Creek Lake in foreground. Rolling hills in background underlain by Ordovician-age rocks.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Walcott Covered Bridge Image Date: 8/11/2004 Category: photo_culture Source: Sparks, Tom Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.65 Pixel Dimensions: 1600 x 1200 Description: Walcott Covered Bridge over Locust Creek, 5 miles north of Brooksville, at roadside park along KY-9 (AA Highway). Bridge was moved upstream from original location. Picture taken during Geochemical Sediment Sampling Program, summer season 2004. Locust Creek flows across exposed bedrock of Point Pleasant Tongue of Clays Ferry Formation (Middle to Upper Ordovician). Kope Formation (Upper Ordovician) along hillsides. See longer description and additional black/white photo with caption...
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Oldtown Covered Bridge Image Date: 6/16/2005 Category: photo_culture Source: Sparks, Tom Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.52 Pixel Dimensions: 1600 x 1200 Description: Oldtown Covered Bridge over Little Sandy River, 14 miles south of Greenup, near intersection KY-1 and Frazer Branch Road. Little Sandy River flows across alluvial valley developed on Lower Pennsylvanian Grundy Formation (Breathitt Group). Hillsides comprised of Hyden and Pikeville Formations (Middle Pennsylvanian). See additional comments in Full Description section.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Kope Formation ripple marks Image Date: 1/12/2006 Category: photo_scene Source: Sparks, Tom Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.47 Pixel Dimensions: 1280 x 960 Description: Kope Formation limestone bed with ripple marks exposed on bedrock surface.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Coral in the Bardstown Member Image Date: 8/22/2008 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 5.47 Pixel Dimensions: 328 x 252 Description: Coral that grew in the sea bed that was Kentucky over 425 million years ago is preserved in the Bardstown Member of the Drakes Formation (Odb) at mile 27.5 on the Bluegrass Parkway
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Image Date: 8/10/2008 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.25 Pixel Dimensions: 960 x 526 Description: U.S. 23, 15.2: Pikeville Formation (Ppk) with Upper Elkhorn No. 3 coal seam (bottom) and Williamson coal bed (top). Photo by Martin C. Noger.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Harlan County Courthouse at Harlan Image Date: 8/29/2007 Category: photo_culture Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.5 Pixel Dimensions: 2272 x 1704 Description: Harlan County, 467 square miles of the most rugged terrain in the Eastern Kentucky Coal Field, was formed in 1819. Great mountain ridges, including Pine Mountain, cross the county from southwest to northeast. All communities are in narrow, level valley bottoms. The highest elevation in Kentucky, 4,145 feet, is a peak on Black Mountain about 3 1/2 miles south-southeast of Lynch. The lowest elevation in the county, 1,070 feet, is where the Cumberland River leaves the county....
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Harrison County Courthouse Image Date: 1/24/2006 Category: photo_culture Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.5 Pixel Dimensions: 2272 x 1704 Description: Harrison County Courthouse, Main Street, Cynthiana. Original courthouse in the National Register of Historic Places, 1974. New Courthouse in background on lower lefthand side. Harrison County, 310 square miles in the Bluegrass Region, was formed in 1794. The 2004 population was 18,256, a 1.5 percent increase over that of 2000. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Kope Formation Terrain, Harrison County Image Date: 1/24/2006 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 0.6 Pixel Dimensions: 2272 x 1704 Description: Shale predominates over limestone in the Kope Formation in Harrison County. Steep, rolling, mammillary topography is characteristic of such areas. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Four Corners Formation, Knott County Image Date: 7/3/2007 Category: photo_outcrop Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.2 Pixel Dimensions: 2272 x 1704 Description: Coal, sandstone, and shale of the Four Corners Formation are exposed along Ky. 80 in Knott County. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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Geologic image in the Kentucky Geological Survey data repository.Image Name: Alluvial Valley, Knott County Image Date: 7/3/2007 Category: photo_scene Source: Carey, Dan Format: JPG Size (MB): 1.5 Pixel Dimensions: 2272 x 1704 Description: Alluvium in Knott County provides level land suitable for recreation and other uses if drainage and potential flooding are properly considered. Siltstone, sandstone, clay shale, and coal in the Pikeville Formation are exposed at the roadcut on Ky. 7 in the background. Photo by Dan Carey, Kentucky Geological Survey.
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