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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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Outcrop of coal in valley of Saleratus Creek. Utah. 1906. Plate 5-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 371. 1909.
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South end of salt flat, in vicinity of Van Horn, Wylie Mountain in the distance. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Plate 5 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.
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Unconformity between Hueco limestone and Van Horn sandstone in butte 7 miles northwest of Van Horn, the almost horizontal Hueco limestone capping the butte overlies gently inclined Van Horn sandstone. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Plate 1 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.
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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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Typical exposure of Mesaverde formation, 25 miles north of Thompsons (Thompson Spring). Grand County, Utah. 1906. Plate 5-A in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 371. 1909.
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Another view of the peneplain showing Pikes Peak rising above it, taken near the same locality as Richardson photo 292, but in a more southwesterly direction. El Paso County, Colorado. Circa 1910. Plate 9-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper 94. 1917.
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South end of Franklin Mountains from El Paso, showing the abrupt termination of the range, its westward dip slope and terraced bolson deposits on each side. El Paso County, Texas. 1908. Figure 10 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 166. 1909
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West face of Beach Mountain, showing El Paso limestone overlying Van Horn sandstone; Millican formation in Morris Peak at extreme left is faulted up against the Van Horn and El Paso formations. Beach's ranch house in valley in foreground. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Plate 4 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.
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Tropic formation, branch of La Verkin Creek, south of Duck Lake. Kane County, Utah. Prior to 1939. Figure 63, in U.S.Geological Survey Professional paper 220. 1950.
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Southeast end of Sierra Diablo showing Hueco limestone overlying red sandstone of Millican formation, looking southwest at end of mesa. The cliff making rocks are in Hueco limestone; the slopes are softer red sandstone of the Millican formation. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Plate 6 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.
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Closer view of hogback ridges of Perry Park, looking northwest across Bear Creek, dip of Dakota sandstone, which is nearly vertical on the high knob, becomes less steep toward the right. Sandstone of the Purgatoire, which forms a shoulder on the Dakota hogback, makes the white hill across the lake. Morrison and Lykins formations occupy depression between hogback ridges. Vertical Lyons sandstone makes an almost continuous wall on left. Douglas County, Colorado 1913. Plate 13 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 198. 1915.
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Outcrop of coal at entrance to Ballards Mine showing jointing of coal, M.R. Campbell provides scale. Grand County, Utah.n.d. Plate 9-B in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 371. 1909.
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Little Book Cliffs and Grand (Colorado) River northeast of Palisades; the Cameo coal outcrops on the lowest wooded bench and the Palisades coal appears 450 feet lower, immediately below the lowest heavy sandstone. Mesa County, Colorado. 1906. Plate 7 in U.S. Geological Survey. Bulletin 371. 1909.
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Escarpment of Sierra Diablo south of Victoria Peak, shows characteristic capping of mesa by Hueco limestone, trenched slopes on the softer Millican formation, and generally sparse vegetation. El Paso County, Texas. 1913. Plate 2 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.
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Quaternary terraces in valley of East Plum Creek at Castle Rock, lower terrace in foreground and stream at right: higher terrace at left. Castle Rock in background. Douglas County, Colorado 1913. Plate 20 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 198. 1915.
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Threemile Mountain (on the left) showing Van Horn sandstone overlain by Hueco limestone, looking northeast, in the at the right Van Horn sandstone is overlain by El Paso limestone. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Plate 8 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.
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Escarpment of Sierra Diablo south of Victoria Peak, shows characteristic capping of mesa by Hueco limestone, trenched slopes on the softer Millican formation, and generally sparse vegetation. El Paso County, Texas. 1913. Plate 2 in U.S. Geological Survey. Folio 194. 1914.


map background search result map search result map Southeast end of Sierra Diablo showing Hueco limestone overlying red sandstone of Millican formation. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. South end of Franklin Mountains from El Paso, showing the abrupt termination of the range. El Paso County, Texas. 1908. Tropic formation, branch of La Verkin Creek, south of Duck Lake. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Escarpment of Sierra Diablo south of Victoria Peak, shows characteristic capping of mesa by Hueco limestone. El Paso County, Texas. 1913. Escarpment of Sierra Dias on the softer Millican formation, and generally spablo south of Victoria Peak. El Paso County, Texas. 1913. Unconformity between Hueco limestone and Van Horn sandstone in butte 7 miles northwest of Van Horn. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. South end of salt flat, in vicinity of Van Horn, Wylie Mountain in the distance. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. West face of Beach Mountain, showing El Paso limestone overlying Van Horn sandstone. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Threemile Mountain (on the left) showing Van Horn sandstone overlain by Hueco limestone. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Bald Knoll, source of lava flow in Johnson Valley. Kane County, Utah. 1909. South end of Franklin Mountains from El Paso, showing the abrupt termination of the range. El Paso County, Texas. 1908. Escarpment of Sierra Diablo south of Victoria Peak, shows characteristic capping of mesa by Hueco limestone. El Paso County, Texas. 1913. Escarpment of Sierra Dias on the softer Millican formation, and generally spablo south of Victoria Peak. El Paso County, Texas. 1913. Southeast end of Sierra Diablo showing Hueco limestone overlying red sandstone of Millican formation. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Unconformity between Hueco limestone and Van Horn sandstone in butte 7 miles northwest of Van Horn. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. South end of salt flat, in vicinity of Van Horn, Wylie Mountain in the distance. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. West face of Beach Mountain, showing El Paso limestone overlying Van Horn sandstone. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Threemile Mountain (on the left) showing Van Horn sandstone overlain by Hueco limestone. Culberson County, Texas. 1913. Tropic formation, branch of La Verkin Creek, south of Duck Lake. Kane County, Utah. 1939. Bald Knoll, source of lava flow in Johnson Valley. Kane County, Utah. 1909.