2 edition of Shore phases of the Green River formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming found in the catalog.
Shore phases of the Green River formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming
Wilmot H. Bradley
Includes bibliographical footnotes and index.
|Statement||by Wilmot H. Bradley.|
|Series||Geological Survey professional paper -- 140-D, Shorter contributions to general geology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||121-131 p.,  leaves of plates (2 fold.) :|
|Number of Pages||131|
The last occupied building (half-painted green, of course) on the downtown strip is now a museum that glorifies the town’s history, both before and after the last proverbial milkshake was :// Abstract. The Tipton Member of the Green River Formation occupies much of the Greater Green River Basin (GGRB) of Wyoming and Colorado. Long hypothesized to record a single shift from open to partly closed hydrology, new detailed stratigraphy and stable isotope geochemistry indicates that its strata record open, then partly closed, then open, then partly closed
Green River Formation. Fine-grained Green River lake sediments up to 1 km thick accumulated over the Wasatch in a large fresh-water lake now known as Lake Goshiute. The Green River hosts all of Colorado's famous oil shales. These organic-rich "shales" are actually for he most part shaley lacustrine limestones containing reserves of petroleum Green River, WY Discover the rich cultural heritage of southwestern Wyoming at the Sweetwater County Historical Museum. Established in to preserve the history of Sweetwater County, the museum contains permanent and temporary exhibits, a large historical ://
Green River, city, seat () of Sweetwater county, southwestern Wyoming, U.S., 13 miles (21 km) west of Rock Springs. Surrounded by rock formations at an elevation of 6, feet (2, metres), it originated on the bank of the river for which it Two freshwater shorelines are present in the Scheggs Bed of the Tipton Tongue of the Green River Formation along Hardgrove Rim in the Sand Wash basin. The shorelines are part of Lake Gosiute, which occupied southwest Wyoming, northeast Utah, and ?q="Roehler,+Henry+W."&search_field=search_author.
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For the last two years the writer has been engaged in a detailed study of the Green River formation and its oil shale. In order to arrive at an intelligent interpretation of this great series of lacustrine beds, the field study has been focused upon the marginal phases of the deposits and the associated formations, to determine, first, so far as possible from the geologic and biologic Get this from a library.
Shore phases of the Green River Formation in Northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming. [Wilmot H Bradley; Geological Survey (U.S.)] Shore phases of the Green River Formation in Northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Wilmot H Bradley; Geological Survey (U.S.), Bradley WH () Shore phases of the Green River Formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming.
U.S. Geological Survey professional paper D, pp – Google Scholar Bradley WH () Algae reefs and oolites of the Green River :// General Information. Title: Shore phases of the Green River Formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming Author(s): Bradley, W.H.
Publishing Organization: U.S. Geological Survey Series and Number: Professional Paper Larger Work: Shorter contributions to general geology, Publication Date: Map Scale:Cross Section: None Remnants of Tower sandstone lentil of Green River formation capping "the Towers" about a mile northwest of Green River: Sweetwater County, Wyoming.
Circa Plate B in U.S. Geological Survey. Professional paper D. Shore phases of the Green River Formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming.
Pages in U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. _____. The varves and climate of the Green River Epoch. Pages in U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap. _____. Origin and microfossils of the oil shale of the Green River Formation of Colorado and :// Peak Member of the Green River Formation, Fire hole Basin quadrangle, Wyoming, in Short papers in the geologic and hydrologic scien~es: U.S.
Geol. Survey Prof. Paper D, p. DDLaney Shale Member and Tower Sand stone lentil of the Green River Formation, River area, Wyoming, in Short parers in geology Named as a member of Green River formation for extensive exposures on Morrow Creek, T25N, RW, Sweetwater Co, WY in the Greater Green River basin.
Mapped (geologic maps) along west and north borders of map of northern Sweetwater Co where it underlies Laney shale member of Green River. No type locality :// Shore phases of the Green River formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming,Professional Paper D Pleistocene plants from North Carolina,Professional Paper C Geology of the Latah formation in relation to the lavas of Columbia Plateau near Spokane, Washington; and Flora of the Latah formation of Spokane, Washington, and Numbered Series/Professional Paper/ The best preserved specimens are found in the Laney Member of the Green River Formation in Sweetwater County, Wyoming.
Elimia tenera are prolifically preserved in regions of southern Wyoming, northern Colorado and northeastern Utah where near shore lake beds were silicified during burial. Intermittent volcanic eruptions likely provided the hot The river and floodplain sediments deposited along the edge of Fossil Lake became sandstones, siltstones and shales of the Wasatch Formation.
Into the lake were deposited clay, sand, silt, carbonate, salts and organic matter that became rocks of the Green River Formation (see stratigraphic column below).
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A brief examination of the Wyoming State Creek Member, Green River Formation in the northern Piceance Creek basin, Colorado: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper53 p. Brobst, D. A.,Composition and relation of analcime to diagenetic dawsonite in oil shale and tuff in the Green River Formation, northwestern Colorado: U.S.
Geological Survey Journal of Research, v. 2, Bradley, W. H., Shore phases of the Green River Formation in northern Sweetwater County, Wyoming. US Geol. Surv. Prof. Pap., D, – The Green River, with riffles, runs, pocket water, and pools, is by far the largest of the two rivers.
It begins its journey in the northern Wind River Range, and its upper reaches lie in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Outside of this area, much of the river flows through private land, so it's important to check for public :// Hansen, Allen, & Luce, Inc., Green River-Rock Springs-Sweetwater County Joint Powers Water Board Pipeline Feasibility Study, Level II, Executive Summary, Nov, ( kb) Western EcoSystems Technology, Inc., Green River Basin Plan Update Environmental and Recreational Water Use Analysis for the Green River Basin, Wyoming, Sep, (11, kb) The study area is located along the southern part of the northeast flank of the Wind River arch in central Wyoming.
The arch is ∼ km long by ∼50 km wide and trends overall northwest, in detail curving from north-northwest– to west-northwest–trending from the northern to southern ends (Blackstone, a).
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Three days’ travel out of Independence, the untried, greenhorn Oregon Trail pioneers came upon a hill rising from the flat grassland Read More WILMOT HYDE BRADLEY 77 Bill's Geological Survey Professional Paper"Shore Phases of the Green River Formation in Northern Sweet- water County, Wyoming," served also as his doctoral disserta- tion, and he received his Ph.D.
from Yale in His sound academic training laid a solid foundation for the career that ://. The stratigraphically lowest Rush River Formation consists of mafic to intermediate volcanic rocks.
The overlying Strata Lake Formation comprises intermediate to felsic lava flows, breccia, and stratified volcaniclastic deposits (Heather and Shore, ; Gemmell and McDonald, ).This domain used to be connected to a Wix website.
Learn how to reconnect it, or create your own ://Fig. (a) Contacts between the various Green River Formation Members and the W asatch Formation at Fossil Butte, location FB ; (b) contacts near the