2 edition of Geology of South Patten River Area found in the catalog.
Geology of South Patten River Area
Ontario. Dept. of Mines. Geological Branch.
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WSP / Bjorklund, L. J. and Brown, R. F. / GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER RESOURCES OF THE LOWER SOUTH PLATTE RIVER VALLEY BETWEEN HARDIN, COLORADO AND PAXTON, NEBRASKA, , cl, pages, 4 plates (in separate cloth slipcase), 17 figs., 7 tables, $ The South Platte drains a large part of the Front Range mountains east of the continental divide. The part of the river labeled the South Platte is formed in Park County, Colorado, located southwest of Denver, in the South Park grassland basin and mountains east of the continental y: United States.
up the South Platte River to Old Julesburg where it crossed to the north side of the River at the Upper California Crossing. A trading post had been established by Jules Beni (or Reni) at Old Julesburg (fig. 2) in the 's, before the discovery of gold in Colorado, and it served theAuthor: G.R. Scott. South Platte River (Deckers) This tailwater section of the South Platte River starts below Cheesman Reservoir. Located about one hour southwest of Denver Colorado, and also close to Colorado Springs, this classic trout fishery is one of the most fabled stretches of western trout water.
BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WATER-RELATED STUDIES, SOUTH PLATTE RIVER BASIN-COLORADO, NEBRASKA, AND WYOMING BY KEVIN F. DENNEHY AND JORGE R. ORTIZ-ZAYAS ABSTRACT This collection of more than 1, bibliographic references focuses on the numerous environmental factors that affect water quality in the South Platte River basin. This publication is the. Historic character and critical wetlands. The South Park Basin is a 1,square mile grassland basin in the geographic center of the state that harbors many biological treasures – globally rare wetlands, high concentrations of wildlife, recreational opportunities for over three million visitors a year, and three tributaries of the upper South Platte River.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lumbers, S. Geology of South Patten River area, District of Cochrane. Toronto: Frank Fogg, Printer to the Queen, descriptions of well cuttings in a 17 county area in south-central Nebraska, which includes the Platte River Valley, and building a database of information about sediment lithology and thickness.
The wells penetrated a sequence of gravel, sand, silt, and clay beds from the ground surface to the topFile Size: 5MB. kilometres ( mi) to the North, snaking up to the mouth of the river. Geology of South Patten River Area book mouth of the Patten River empties on the West shore of Patten River.
This mouth of the river is located in forest area at: kilometres ( mi) west of Ontario - Quebec border; kilometres ( mi) south Country: Canada. 2 geology and ground water, south platte river valley In areas where irrigation water from the river is supplemented by pumping from wells, the water levels generally Cited by: 2.
Geologic Studies of the Platte River, South-Central Nebraska and Adjacent Areas—Geologic Maps, Subsurface Study, and Geologic History Article January with 44 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Location. The South Platte River Basin has a drainage area of ab mi 2 and is located in parts of three States - Colorado (79 percent of the basin), Nebraska (15 percent of the basin), and Wyoming (6 percent of the basin). The South Platte River originates in the mountains of central Colorado at the Continental Divide and flows about mi northeast across the Great Plains to its.
PRAIRIE PEAK and PLATEAU Introduction. Gold was discovered in the bed of the South Platte River in Prospectors flocked to Colorado as they had flocked only a few years before to California.
They worked the sands and gravels of Cherry Creek, Clear Creek, Boulder Creek, and California Gulch. The Platte River of south-central Nebraska was studied at three scales to place the river in its geological context and to trace its evolution through geologic time. At the largest scale the Elm Creek West and the Newark minute quadrangles were mapped.
Wyoming Rivers Shown on the Map: Bear River, Belle Fourche River, Big Sandy River, Bighorn River, Bitter Creek, Blacks Fork, Cheyenne River, Clarks Fork Yellowstone River, Clear Creek, Crazy Woman Creek, Green River, Greybull River, Hams Fork, Horse Creek, Laramie River, Lightning Creek, Little Missouri River, Lodgepole Creek, Medicine Bow River, Muddy Creek, New Fork River, North Fork.
felsic breccia were noted while to the south iron tholeiite pillow breccias and pillow lavas outcropped. A geochemical gold anomaly on the Patten River from stream sediment sampling was outlined. The immediate survey area was devoid of outcrop although the government regional aeromagnetic survey delineated a magnetic high through the area.
The Platte River of south-central Nebraska was studied at three scales to place the river in its geological context and to trace its evolution through geologic time. At the largest scale the Elm Creek West and the Newark minute quadrangles were : Steven M.
Condon. Land use in the South Platte River Basin varies from forested areas in the mountains, to urban areas along the Front Range corridor, and to agricultural areas in the plains. Different land uses can lead to different water-quality conditions throughout the basin.
Details. Image Dimensions:. From Landon’s book Colorado’s Best Fly Fishing. The South Plate River starts above Spinney Mtn.
Reservoir where the South Fork and the Middle Fork meet 15 miles southeast of Fairplay CO. The forks rise above the Mosquito Range, on the western side of South Park CO. This section of the river also known as “Badger Basin” is the start of the South Platte’ mile journey before entering Spinney.
Geologic studies of the Platte River, south-central Nebraska and adjacent areas--geologic maps, subsurface study, and geologic history: Series title: Professional Paper: Series number: DOI: /pp Edition-Year Published: Language: ENGLISH: Description: 68 p.
and 2 plates: Google Analytic Metrics: Metrics page. The South Platte River as a whole flows for miles and eventually meets the mighty Mississippi River. This pristine river is a very precious resource to the state of Colorado, not only because it provides some of the most epic trout fishing possible, but also because it supplies the Denver Metro Area with a substantial amount of its drinking.
The geology of China (or the geological structure of the People's Republic of China) consists of three Precambrian cratons surrounded by a number of orogenic modern tectonic environment is dominated by the continued collision of India with the rest of Asia starting 40–50 million years ago.
This has formed the Himalaya and continues to deform most of China. South Platte Watershed (Denver, Colorado) Co-Leads. Stacey Eriksen (EPA) () @ Dana Coelho (USFS) () [email protected] Overall Assessment of the Partnership Since the Beginning.
The South Platte River is an invaluable resource for drinking water, recreation, and economic. The trace of the fault south is covered by Quaternary rocks in the Snake River area, is then exposed along the lower slopes of Keystone Mountain (Widmann et al., ).
Shale and sandstone of Cretaceous age crop out adjacent the road to Dillon and form the northern slope of Swan Mountain (south of the Snake River Arm of the reservoir) and the.
Geologic studies of the Platte River, south-central Nebraska and adjacent areas--geologic maps, subsurface study, and geologic history [electronic resource] / by Steven M.
Condon. Format Online Resource Book Edition Version Published [Reston, Va.]. The South Platte River, originating high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, has played a major role in shaping surficial geology in the map area, which is several tens of kilometers downstream from where headwater tributaries join the : Margaret E.
Berry, Emily M. Taylor, Janet L. Slate, James B. Paces, Paul R. Hanson, Theodore R. Bran. The Nebraska Sand Hills (fig. 17), the largest area of sand dunes in the western hemisphere, is a huge area of stabilized sand dunes that extends from the White River in South Dakota southward beyond the Platte River almost to the Republican River in western Nebraska but only to the Loup River in the northeast part of the High Plains (fig.
18). Detailed Description. Photograph of Berry doing field work in the Narrows area of the South Platte River corridor, near Weldona, Colorado.
Details.The Masters ' quadrangle is located along the South Platte River corridor on the semiarid plains of eastern Colorado and contains surficial deposits that record alluvial, eolian, and hillslope processes that have operated in concert with environmental changes from Pleistocene to present time.
The South Platte River, originating high in the Colorado Front Range, has played a major role in.