2 edition of post-Kansan geologic history of the lower Platte Valley area. found in the catalog.
post-Kansan geologic history of the lower Platte Valley area.
Gilbert Carl Lueninghoener
Bibliography: p. 79-82.
|Series||University of Nebraska studies,, new ser., no. 2|
|LC Classifications||AS36 .N2 n.s., no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||82|
|LC Control Number||48045449|
A Brief Geologic History of the Hudson Valley Middle Proterozoic Eon (1, – Ma) Proto-North America, called Laurentia, was much smaller than the present-day continent and located deep in the Southern Hemisphere. The continental crust which today underlies New York State did not exist prior to this time. The area was a. TOPOGRAPHY AND GEOLOGY. SAUNDERS County is included in the second tier of counties west of the Missouri River, and is bounded on the north and east by the Platte River, south by Cass and Lancaster Counties, and west by Butler County. It embraces , acres of deep, rich, loamy soil, divided into bottom, plain and rolling lands. It is located in the great Platte Valley, and is included in.
Habitat selection and productivity of least terns on the lower Platte River, Nebraska. Least terns (Sterna antillarum) were studied on the lower Platte River, Nebraska, where this endangered population nests on natural sandbar habitat and on sandpit sites created by gravel dredging adjacent to the river. Geologic studies of the Platte River, south-central Nebraska and adjacent areas -- geologic maps, subsurface study, and geologic history (NGMDB) Metadata Updated: Octo This record is maintained in the National Geologic Map Database (NGMDB). The NGMDB is a Congressionally mandated national archive of geoscience maps, reports, and.
From the Wyoming Valley of Pennsylvania to the Platte Valley of Nebraska: History and Genealogy of the Family of Mary Elizabeth Stiles, Leopold H. . Geologic maps often have a geologic cross section that represents a vertical slice of subsurface rock layers through a designated area (shown: geologic cross section, Saline County). Geologic maps depict bedrock—the solid rock at the earth's surface or directly beneath the vegetation, soil, and thin deposits of unconsolidated material.
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This investigation is essentially a geomorphological study of the lower Platte River Valley area in eastern Nebraska. The area comprises Saunders, Dodge, Washington, Douglas, Sarpy, and Cass counties. The area defined above is one of the most critically located of any for the study of the post-Kansan history of the lower Platte River Valley.
It lies between the older till (Nebraskan and Kansan Cited by: 7. Post-Kansan geologic history of the lower Platte Valley area. Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Gilbert Carl Lueninghoener.
The post-Kansan geologic history of the lower Platte Valley area. By Gilbert Carl Lueninghoener. Topics: Geology. Publisher: [email protected] of Nebraska - Lincoln. Year: OAI identifier: oai::dissertations Provided by: Author: Gilbert Carl Lueninghoener. Make Offer - Nebraska Post-Kansan Geologic History Lower Platte Valley by Lueninghoener GLACIAL GRAVELS OF MAINE & THEIR ASSOCIATED.
HISTORY, GEOLOGY AND WATER IN THE LOWER PLATTE RIVER VALLEY IN EASTERN NEBRASKA Dave Gosselin, Marv Carlson, Matt Joeckel J Association of American State Geologists 95th Annual Meeting Lincoln, Nebraska.
Aspects of the Platte River in south-central Nebraska were examined at three scales. At the local scale, two quadrangles were mapped that show the main geomorphic elements of the Platte River Valley. At an intermediate scale, the distribution of alluvial units in the Platte River Valley was mapped.
At a regional scale, the geologic history of the Front Range and adjacent depositional areas and. A map of Wyoming’s watersheds shows the North Platte River basin, in the southeast corner of the state, shaped like a balled fist with its index finger pointing west toward Utah, California and Oregon.
The North Platte River makes the fist of the hand. The river flows north into Wyoming from Colorado and sweeps east and south in a horseshoe bend nearly miles long, draining the entire.
The Platte River (/ p l æ t /) is a major river in the State of is about mi ( km) long; measured to its farthest source via its tributary the North Platte River, it flows for over 1, miles (1, km).The Platte River is a tributary of the Missouri River, which itself is a tributary of the Mississippi River which flows to the Gulf of Mexico.
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Map of lower South Platte Rivet Valley between Hardin, Colo., and Paxton, Paxton, Nebr., showing location of wells and springs, depth to water below land-surface datum, and water-table contours. Map of lower South Platte River valley between Hardin, Colo., and Paxton, Nebr., showing the thickness of the saturated part of the alluvium.
The Great Plains physiographic province, one of the major great land forms of North America, extends from the Peace River plains in northwestern Canada S and SE to terminate in the Edwards Plateau, a limestone upland without Tertiary mantling sediments, in central Texas.
WSP / GROUND WATER OF THE LOWER LAKE-MIDDLETOWN AREA, LAKE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA,cl, 83 pages, 1 plate (in pocket), 5 tables, $ 42 WSP / RECONNAISSANCE OF GEOLOGY AND GROUND WATER IN THE LOWER GRAND RIVER VALLEY, SOUTH DAKOTA,cl, 33 pages, 2 plates (in pocket), 3 figs., 4 tables, $ The South Platte River is one of the two principal tributaries of the Platte g through the U.S.
states of Colorado and Nebraska, it is itself a major river of the American Midwest and the American Southwest/Mountain drainage basin includes much of the eastern flank of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado; much of the populated region known as the Colorado Front Range and. Hike details: miles parking area, fence & gate, miles first resistant layer on left is Permian Phosphoria Formation composed of dolomites and shales, second resistant layer which forms ridge on left is Pennsylvanian Tensleep Sandstone, miles small side valley on left is Pennsylvanian Amsden red shale, miles fence, gate, top of.
There is an extensive local sand-hill area along the south side of the valley of North Platte River, on the slopes south of Camp Clarke, which extends as far eastward as the vicinity of Courthouse Rock, The width of this belt is but 5 miles at most, and its length about 15 miles.
An area of smaller size lies just west of Chimney Rock. The following estimates of crops raised in the Platte Valley are based on data obtained by Mr. Fisher and others during the autumn of In Scotts Bluff County the area irrigated from North Platte River in acres, in which wild hay, alfalfa, corn, and wheat were the principal crops.
WSP / Bryan, K. / GEOLOGY AND GROUND-WATER RESOURCES OF SACRAMENTO VALLEY, CALIFORNIA,pb, pages, 19 plates (1 in pocket as pdf file on a cd), 10 figs., $ 45 WSP / Ross, C. / THE LOWER GILA REGION, ARIZONA, A GEOGRAPHIC, GEOLOGIC AND HYDROLOGIC RECONNAISSANCE WITH A GUIDE TO DESERT WATERING PLACES,pb.
A few sand ridges are also found on the Elkhorn. North of the Platte, from about the mouth of the Calamus on to the Niobrara, they cover much larger areas. They are also found over a limited area north of the Niobrara.
Hayden estimated the area of the sand hills at 20, square miles. The shape and mode of formation of the various geologic units, especially older ones in the area, are of utmost importance in determining geologic history of the Great Plains, as well as in locating buried deposits of mineral cturer: University of Kansas Publications, valley (number 3 in Figure 2 with a floor elevation of about meters) leads from the Libby Creek headwaters to south-oriented South French Creek headwaters, which enter southwest-oriented French Creek (at an elevation of about meters), which at an elevation of approximately meters joins the north-oriented North Platte River.
Water flowing in one direction or the other eroded the gap. 2. Regional setting. The lower Platte River flows through multiple physiographic subregions ().It flows in a broad valley cut through rolling, loess-mantled plains between Grand Island and Fremont, NE, through its Big Bend or North Bend ().From Ashland, NE, the river turns abruptly eastward in its lowermost 35 km to flow through a shallow gorge eroded into Pennsylvanian .Research Hydrologist (Geology) Upper Midwest Water Science Center Email: [email protected] Phone: Karl E Winters Hydrologist (Surface Water Specialist) Water Resources Mission Area Email: [email protected] Phone: Robert R Mason Extreme Hydrologic Events Coordinator and Delaware River Master Water Resources Mission Area.Get this from a library!
Geology of the Fort Laramie area, Platte and Goshen counties, Wyoming. [Laura W McGrew; Geological Survey (U.S.)] -- Prepared as part of a program of the Department of the Interior for development of the Missouri River basin, with the cooperation of the Geological Survey of Wyoming and the Department of Geology.