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Cross section of basaltic next exposed by erosion in Grant Ridges, 6 miles northeast of Grant, view looking southwest in sec. 3, T. 11 S., R. 9 W. Basalt in core is jointed in vertical columns and surrounded by a thin zone of platy jointing developed along the contact with white tuff. Bedded breccia overlies the tuff, and basaltic lava overlies the breccia on the far side of the cone. The tuff, chiefly rhyolitic, was erupted from Mount Taylor. Valencia County, New Mexico. 1931. Plate 11-A, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 189-B. 1938. Album: Hunt #62, Valencia County, New Mexcio, 1931. T. 11 S., R. 9 W, Sec. 3 View NW. at natural cross-section of a cinder cone 6 miles northeast of Grant. Columnar jointed...
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Kirtland shale has overlain by Wasatch formation on south side of San Juan River, opposite Farmington, San Juan County, New Mexico. Circa 1915. Plate 66-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 98. 1917.
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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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Form a panorama from 2,172 foot hill southwest of Black Mountain. Extreme left is west; shows pediment and alluvial slope in foreground, hill of Cardigan gneiss and Daniels conglomerate overlain by Batamote andesite in middle ground, Growler Mountains on sky line at left. Butte in left center is of Batamote andesite. Pinnacles in left center are Ajo Peaks, with the main mass of the Little Ajos on the sky line to their right. Black Mountain on right center. The ragged hills in the foreground leading toward Black Mountain are of Childs latite. Valley of the Ajo on right: Pozo Redondo Mountains at extreme right. Pima County, Arizona. 1932. Plate 2-A, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 209. 1946.
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Panorama formed from photos 80 and 81, from near Montpelier Creek, looking northwest; shows southern tip of uneroded part of overthrust block and position of subordinate branch fault; Carboniferous formations; Thaynes group; Nugget sandstone; Twin Creek limestone. Syncline and anticlines of lower fault block in foreground. Bear Lake County, Idaho. August 25, 1911. Plate 36-C, with graphics, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 152. 1927.
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Del Norte gap from summit of Del Norte Mountains, to the north, in the distance vertical strata of Glen Rose formation are thrust over flaggy limestones of Eagle Ford formation. Brewster County, Texas. August 1930. Plate 13-B, with graphics, U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 187. 1937.
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Composed as one photograph: View northwest down the Blackfoot River valley from a point in the SW 1/4 SE 1/4 sec. 33, T. 3 S., R. 39 E., Paradise Valley quadrangle, showing remnant wedges of basalt flows that have affected the development of the valley. Bingham County, Idaho. August 1925. Figure 6, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 238. 1952.
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Valley of East Tennessee bear Jonesboro, looking southeast. This valley is composed of many rounded hills, characteristic of Knox dolomite, with red clay soil and some chert. The summits rise in general to elevations of 1,700 to 1,800 feet and are remnants of an ancient plain that extends to the foot Cherokee Mountain, in the background. This mountain rises abruptly about 1,000 feet above the limestone hills. Beyond, a peak of Buffalo Mountain and the high dome of Unaka Mountain are visible. Washington County, Tennessee. 1907. Figure 16 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 151. 1907.
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Representative outcrop of Locomotive fanglomerate about 1,000 feet southeast of the open cut of New Cornelia mine. Boulders are composed of monzonite and volcanics (Concentrator volcanics) in reddish matrix of similar material. Hammer is about 18 inches long. Dip is about 60 degrees S. Pima County, Arizona. 1932. Plate 6-A, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 209. 1946.
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Gravel covered pediments at the foot of Mount Ellen [Peak]: Form a panoramic view northeast across the dissected north edge of the Birch Creek Benches. The gravel is 6 to 10 feet thick and lies on a pediment eroded in Tununk shale member of the Mancos shale. Garfield County, Utah. July 1936. Figure 103-A, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 228. 1953.
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Mount St. Augustine, Cook Inlet, a typical ash cone. Alaska. 1896, plate 10 in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 45. 1906.
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Edge of Silver Peak flat, 1.5 miles southwest of Paymaster camp, looking north, shows streams of wash flowing down from the mountains of Cambrian rock and uniting to form a frontal wash apron. Esmeralda County, Nevada. Circa 1902, plate 3-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 55. 1906.
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Structural relations of formations at Willow mine, Van Houten; north wall of canyon at the mine, showing from top to bottom Raton formation, basal conglomerate of the Raton, unconformity between Vermejo and Raton formations, coal bed within Vermejo and Trinidad sandstone. Colfax County, New Mexico. 1910. Plate 9-A, with sketch, in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 101. 1917.
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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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Radiating intergrowths of quartz (white) and ferruginous rhodochrosite (gray) with small patches of finely divided sulphides (black); photomicrograph (ordinary light) of this thin section of ore from 1000-foot level, Belmont vein. Nye County, Nevada. 1915. Plate 6- A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 104. 1918.
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Pikes Peak granite on top of Front Range southwest of Palmer Lake, showing jointing and rounded weathering of granite. El Paso County, Colorado 1913. Plate 18 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 198. 1915.
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Looking down San Juan Canyon, at a point 9 miles by stream above Honaker Trail, canyon has been cut in Goodridge formation. San Juan County, Utah. 1921. Plate 3-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 132. 1925. Plate 3-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 188. 1938. Plate 2-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Water-supply paper 538. 1924.
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Form a panorama of Dry Fork valley from a little knoll on the southwest margin of the valley, Slug Creek quadrangle; former outlet; young valley of Blackfoot cycle, which now drains it. Caribou County, Idaho. Circa 1911. Plate 13-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 152. 1927.
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Vertical shearing in granite north of Charity valley. County, California. Circa 1895. Plate 7-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 73. 1911.
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Faulted veinlets of chalcocite and quartz pyrite ore; Mountain View mine, 600 foot level, south crosscut, north vein, east vein. Jefferson County, Montana. Circa 1900. Plate 16-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 74. 1912.


map background search result map search result map Cross section of basaltic next exposed by erosion in Grant Ridges, 6 miles northeast of Grant, view looking southwest. Valencia County, New Mexico. 1931. Cross section of basaltic next exposed by erosion in Grant Ridges, 6 miles northeast of Grant, view looking southwest. Valencia County, New Mexico. 1931.